arteries and veins are found throughout the body. arteries carry blood away from the heart and veins carry it to the heart
Varicose veins can occur anywhere in the body, but are more commonly found on the legs. By Joshua.Kodituwakku
Veins can be found in different parts of the body. Veins in the hands called metacarpal veins, median arch vein, basilic, ulnar vein, brachial, veins in the feet and the back, near gastronemius muscle.
Veins and arteries are found throughout the body. Veins transport "used" or de-oxygenated blood back to the heart whereas arteries deliver oxygenated blood throughout the body.
Red blood cells are found in arteries, veins, ventricles, and the heart. If red blood cells are found outside of these areas, there is usually a problem. Veins and arteries are found all around the body. Ventricles are found in the heart.
Varicose veins are most commonly thought of as being located in the LEGS
The capillaries connect arteries and veins. They are found throughout the body.
all around the body, and they usually accompany their corresponding veins
veins, arteries, and capillaries
Capillaries are located between arteries and veins. They are found throughout the body.
They carry blood throughout your body and are found in arteries, veins, and capillaries.
The purest blood in the human body is found in the renal veins of the kidneys. (Thanks to my great anatomy instructor, Mrs. Teressa Channell) ;)
The heart is found in the middle of the chest, in the thoracic cavity. The veins, arteries, and capillaries of the circulatory system are found throughout the body.
Inside the human body. They contain blood and distribute it through the heart and to other organs within the human body.
There are 120,000 veins in your body.
In bone marrow (where they are initially formed), in veins, arteries, capillaries, and then into the tissues of the body.
Veins are all thought out your body, they are what travel the blood and oxygen to different parts of your body.
Within the veins, when the blood is sucked from its oxygen to different parts of the body through diffusion.
There are three types of blood vessels. There are veins, arteries, and capillaries.
Arteries are not close to the surface in most places on the body because they need to be protected. But there are many places, called endangerment sites, where they are close to the surface, so health care workers need to be cautious when working in these areas. Usually, in most place on the body arteries and veins are close together, so are nerves.
your veins carry blood back to your heart are called veins.
'Jugglers' are people who throw balls in the air to entertain people. However the "jugular arteries and veins" are to be found in the neck area of the human body.
The veins carry the blood in your body to all parts of your body;brain, fingers, toes, muscles.
There are 72,000 MAJOR VEINS in a regular human body.
the veins are blue.
Superficial vein is a term used to describe a vein that is close to the surface of the body. It is used to differentiate veins that are close to the surface from veins that are far from the surface, known as deep veins. Superficial veins are important physiologically for cooling of the body. When the body is too hot the body shunts blood from the deep veins to the superficial veins, to facilitate heat transfer… Read More
veins carry deoxygenated blood from the body to the lungs. Where as in arteries carry oxygenated blood away from the heart and into the body. :)
Veins. You find bigger veins. There are very large veins in the body and so a doctor will insert a dialysis tube farther into the body where the veins are larger.
The superior and inferior vena cava are the largest veins in the body.
all over your body you can really see them in your wrist the veins look purple but their red
Because the veins in your foot are not as deep as other veins in your body are.
collateral veins are produced by your body when it thinks it is not getting sufficient circulation from a part of the body. If a part of your body is not returning blood back to the heart from a particular part of the body, your body will grow veins around that area to assisst in circulating the blood. Unfortunately these veins are usually thinner and less organized than the original venous structures. Spider veins are examples… Read More
No. The named veins are fairly consistent over the population but smaller ones are completely variable. Even the bigger veins often in different places or occur in different ways and the uccurence of these variations within the population can be found in many books. This is the same for any part of the human body not just the veins.
Veins and Arteries are blood vessels in the body. Veins carry blood to the heart for purification, and Arteries carry blood from the heart to other parts of the body.
Your pulse is found wherever you have arteries. Veins do not have pulses as the pressure in veins is much less than in arteries. You have arteries throughout your body as that is how your body gets new oxygen. Veins take the blood back to the heart and lungs to get more oxygen to take to the arteries. Since the veins are farther from the side of the heart that has the newly oxygenated blood… Read More
There are five types of blood vessels: arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules and veins.
Okay well what veins of the body do is they carry blood towards the heart. basically they are blood vessels. the difference between veins and arteries is that arteries Carrie oxygenated blood and veins carry deoxygenated blood that it also why veins are greenish- blue
Collapsed veins may never recover. Much smaller veins are created by the body to circulate the blood, but they are not adequate for injections or IVs. This is a typical scenario found with many prolonged IV drug abusers.
The 3 types of blood vessels are: 1. veins, which carry blood to the heart; 2. capillaries, which connect veins and arteries, and 3. arteries, which carry blood away from the heart.
Veins are a part of the human cardiovascular system. There job is to return blood back to the heart after the blood has circulated through the body by way of the arteries. The arteries, which carry the blood away from the heart, eventually divide into small capillaries, or tiny blood vessels, which diffuse oxygen originally from the heart into body cells. That blood then picks up wastes (including Co2) from those cells and returns to… Read More
Arteries and veins are similar in that they are both tubes in the body that carry blood. They are different in that arteries carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body, while veins carry blood from the rest of the body to the heart.
pulmonary vein and systemic veins
There are more veins by far.
Veins and venules carry blood around the body.
There are four main types of blood vessels in the human body. There are arteries which are elastic vessels that transport blood away from the heart. Then there are veins which are elastic vessels that transport blood to the heart. Next, there are capillaries which are extremely small vessels found within the body tissues that transport blood from the arteries to the veins. And last, there are the sinusoids which are extremely small vessels found… Read More
Muscular tissue is found in/and/or around, all soft tissue throughout the body; included are: the muscular system itself, skin, veins, arteries, and organs (especially the heart).
They both carry, or transport blood or nutrients to where the body or plant needs.
The total length of the veins/nurves in the human body is approximately 60,000/- miles.
The veins provide the conduits for blood to return to the heart from the body after it is pumped out into the body through the arteries.
There are millions of veins present in human body, which are not accounted yet accurately. Every organ has veins running from it branching off into many more capillaries. Approximately the total length of the veins in the human body ranges from 60,000 - 100,000 miles including the capillaries.