Arcuate Vein

The arcuate vein runs along with the arcuate artery. It is part of the renal circulation and can be found at the edge of the renal medulla and renal cortex. The rectal venules and the interlobular veins give blood to the arcuate veins. The arcuate veins end in the interlobar veins.

 

Anatomy Explorer

Change Anatomical System
Change View Angle