Right marginal vein

Right marginal vein
Sternocostal surface of heart (right marginal vein not labeled, but is visible at bottom left)
Drains toRight atrium
ArteryRight marginal artery
Latinvena marginalis dextra
Anatomical terminology

The right marginal vein is a vein of the heart running along the inferior margin of the heart. It drains adjacent region of the right ventricle. It usually opens directly into the right atrium, but may sometimes instead empty into the anterior cardiac veins, or (less commonly) the coronary sinus.

The right marginal vein often considered as one of the anterior cardiac veins.

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