The interfascial veins are: the great saphenous vein (GSV), the proximal part of the anterior accessory saphenous vein (AASV), the small saphenous vein (SSV) and its thigh extension (TE) (Giacomini or femoropopliteal vein; GIA), the medial and lateral marginal veins of the foot and the dorsal foot arch.

The interfascial veins are: the great saphenous vein (GSV), the proximal part of the anterior accessory saphenous vein (AASV), the small saphenous vein (SSV) and its thigh extension (TE) (Giacomini or femoropopliteal vein; GIA), the medial and lateral marginal veins of the foot and the dorsal foot arch.

Ultrasound image of great saphenous vein in the fascia layer

Ultrasound image of great saphenous vein in the fascia layer

Great And Small Saphenous Veins | Vegas Valley Vein Institute

Great And Small Saphenous Veins | Vegas Valley Vein Institute

Long & Short saphenous Vein ... imp (*) AM Long PL Short 【 Note: Great saphenous vein " 1 cm " anterior to medial malleolus 】

Long & Short saphenous Vein ... imp (*) AM Long PL Short 【 Note: Great saphenous vein " 1 cm " anterior to medial malleolus 】

Venesection of Long / Great Saphenous vein - Saphenous Nerve injury ...

Venesection of Long / Great Saphenous vein - Saphenous Nerve injury ...

I will probably fall in love with the surgeon who teaches me how to do a Saphenous Vein Harvest <3 #Graphic --- Great Saphenous Vein Harvest for Distal Bypass by Dr Omar P Haqqani, MD

I will probably fall in love with the surgeon who teaches me how to do a Saphenous Vein Harvest <3 #Graphic --- Great Saphenous Vein Harvest for Distal Bypass by Dr Omar P Haqqani, MD

BACK OF LEG (FLEXOR COMPARTMENT) Skin and Superficial fascia It contains fat, fibrous tissue, cutaneous nerves, small saphenous vein and lymphatics. Cutaneous nerves : 1) Posterior femoral cutaneous...

BACK OF LEG (FLEXOR COMPARTMENT) Skin and Superficial fascia It contains fat, fibrous tissue, cutaneous nerves, small saphenous vein and lymphatics. Cutaneous nerves : 1) Posterior femoral cutaneous...

Sonography of the saphenous compartment (white arrows) along the great saphenous vein at the thigh (A) and at the leg (B) and along the small saphenous vein at the calf (C) and in the distal lower leg (D). Sonography clearly demonstrates that the saphenous veins are enwrapped by two hyperechoic fasciae. Note in B, the posterior accessory saphenous vein (*) and the tibia (t).

Sonography of the saphenous compartment (white arrows) along the great saphenous vein at the thigh (A) and at the leg (B) and along the small saphenous vein at the calf (C) and in the distal lower leg (D). Sonography clearly demonstrates that the saphenous veins are enwrapped by two hyperechoic fasciae. Note in B, the posterior accessory saphenous vein (*) and the tibia (t).

A diagrammatic representation of the saphenous compartments containing the great saphenous vein (GSV) and anterior accessory saphenous vein (AASV). In this example a large incompetent tributary inserts to an incompetent GSV in the mid-thigh (A), with the GSV becoming small and competent beyond this point. The tributary communicates with the main trunk lower in the thigh (B), where the GSV becomes incompetent once more. Alternatively, the large tributary could continue to run down the leg…

A diagrammatic representation of the saphenous compartments containing the great saphenous vein (GSV) and anterior accessory saphenous vein (AASV). In this example a large incompetent tributary inserts to an incompetent GSV in the mid-thigh (A), with the GSV becoming small and competent beyond this point. The tributary communicates with the main trunk lower in the thigh (B), where the GSV becomes incompetent once more. Alternatively, the large tributary could continue to run down the leg…

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