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Veins carry blood from the extremities of the circulatory system to the heart.


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veins pump inn blood into the heart and arteries pump out blood from the heart.

they distribute blood though out the body

To transport blood throughout your body.

Pulmonary veins bring oxygen-rich blood from the lungs back to the heart where it can be pumped out to the body.

The main role of veins in the body is to return unoxygenated blood back to the heart after it has traveled through aorta, aorta branches, arteries, arterioles, capillaries and venules.

to keep blood from pooling due to gravity.

They help prevent back flow.

The predisposing causes of varicose veins are multiple, and lifestyle and hormonal factors play a role. Some families seem to have a higher incidence of varicose veins, indicating that there may be a genetic component to this disease.

The purpose of the veins of a leaf is to hold nutrient and carry out the role of photosynthesis.

Capillaries are very small blood vessels found within the tissues of the body. Its primary role is to transport blood from arteries to the veins.

While genetic factors play a significant role in the development of varicose veins, swimming and other exercises to increase circulation in the legs help to prevent varicose veins. Preventive measures are especially important during pregnancy

Veins and arteries are in the circulatory system. Therefore that means they have something to do with pumping blood to cells around the body. So I would say that the role the arteries play in the body is that it carries blood to and from the heart to other parts of the body

There are three major categories of veins: superficial veins, deep veins, and perforating veins. All varicose veins are superficial veins; they lie between the skin and a layer of fibrous connective tissue called fascia.

The wrist has several types of veins and arteries. The main veins in the wrist are dorsal digital veins, cephalic and basilic veins.

Veins allow blood to travel from the body and lungs back to the heart (to be pumped to the body and lungs, simutaneously and seperately).

There are three types of veins, superficial veins that are just beneath the surface of the skin, deep veins that are large blood vessels found deep inside muscles, and perforator veins that connect the superficial veins to the deep veins.

Following are varicose veins found in the body.* Trunk varicose veins – These are near to the surface of the skin and are thick and knobbly* Reticular varicose veins – these are red and sometimes grouped close together in a network.* Telangiectasia varicose veins – also known as thread veins or spider veins, these are small clusters of blue or red veinsIf you want more information related to varicose veins do visit Endovascular Experts.

Varicose veins are called dialated veins

are you seriously asking this question? no veins are not muscles, they are veins

There are veins in your finger. The veins return blood from the capillaries. These veins go into larger veins in your hand. Eventually the blood will go back to your heart.

people with atherosclerosis have a build up of plaque and fat in their arteries and veins, this can cause imense pressure in arteries and can lead to an ulcer. Dietary fat is a contributing factor to the build up of plaque in the veins and arteries

your veins carry blood back to your heart are called veins.

Yes they do have veins because when i eat them have black veins :/

no veins in cartilage.

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