Posterior Tibial Vein

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The posterior and anterior tibial veins are classified as deep calf veins that accompany the corresponding tibial arteries of the lower legs. They are bifid veins, meaning that there are two veins for each artery. Near the knee, these veins join the peroneal trunk (a segment of artery just below the knee) to become the popliteal veins.

I will try to clarify: The Posterior Tibial is part of the deep vein system. This vein has a 10 cm long clot , which is occlusive (limited or no blood flow through) but does not extend into other deep veins (the Peronean vein mentioned there). The other crural veins (the other posterior tibial vein,…

I will try to clarify: The Posterior Tibial is part of the deep vein system. This vein has a 10 cm long clot , which is occlusive (limited or no blood flow through) but does not extend into other deep veins (the Peronean vein mentioned there).

Posterior Tibial Vein