Basilic vein

a large vein on the inner side of the arm.
Historical Examples

Some hardness could here be felt in the course of the basilic vein.
On the origin of inflammation of the veins Henry Lee

a large vein situated on the inner side of the arm

basilic vein ba·sil·ic vein (bə-sĭl’ĭk)
A vein that arises on the back of the hand, curves around the medial side of the forearm, and passes up the medial side of the arm to join the axillary vein.


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