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In case of IVC obstruction, communication between the veins of the thoracic and abdominal wall (thoracoepigastric, internal thoracic, and epigastric veins), the lumbar-azygos anastomosis, and the vertebral plexuses provide important collateral pathways. The common iliac veins begin at the sacroiliac joint on both sides and end at L5, where they form the IVC. 4). 6 Relationship between the fascia and veins of the lower extremity. The fascia covers the muscle and separates the deep from the superficial compartment.
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