Internal And External Jugular Veins
The jugular veins are two important valves that prevent blood from flowing back into your heart. One comes out on the outside of our heads, while another connects it with other parts inside before finally traveling down to meet up with main trunk at bottom right corner near spine area.
What Passes Through The Jugular Foramen
When you look at the inside of your neck, there is a space between two muscles that contains both hearing and balance systems. This area allows for easy access by nerve tissue from all over so they can communicate with each other without getting tangled up in complicated pathways or having too much difficulty reaching their destination.
Where Is The External Jugular Vein Located
The external jugular vein travels along the lateral aspect of your neck and drains blood from just below where you would put in contact with your cheek. It has two branches: one forMaxillary Veins (on either side) which is located near an angle called “mandible”, then Linguofacial Branch that starts here too before continuing into both cheeks’ maxillas- usually right next door to Glandula Mandibulae Superficialis, or external ear canal gland.
Where Is The Jugular Vein Located
The internal jugular vein runs down the lateral neck and drains branches of facial, retromandibular (near ear), lingual.