caval opening

caval opening
foramen venae cavae.

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  • foramen venae cavae — [TA] caval opening: the opening in the diaphragm that transmits the inferior vena cava and some branches of the right vagus nerve. Called also caval f …   Medical dictionary

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  • Central tendon of diaphragm — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = centrum tendineum diaphragmatis GraySubject = 117 GrayPage = 406 Caption = The diaphragm. Under surface. (Central tendon visible as large white central arch.) Caption2 = The thoracic aspect of the diaphragm …   Wikipedia

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