My understanding is the perforators are a venous connection of the superficial venous system to the deep venous system.
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Could someone please settle a dispute? (I could look it up, but it is more fun to hear from everyone!)
Do perforator veins have an accompanying artery?
I say no, but am outnumbered by my colleagues!
Barbara Lemon, RVT RDMS
Vascular Lab Coordinator
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