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Do your veins from your heart run around your stomach area? There fore making a pulse feeling in the abdomen?

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    no. lets start - veins do not pulsate - only arteries. therefore it is possible to feel the pulse in the abdomen - extreme cases are of medical importance and are called abdominal aortic aneurysms the veins of the heart: the great veins that return blood to the heart are the superior and inferior vena cava (hollow veins). they arrive at the left atrium. the pulmonary veins that returen oxygenated blood to the heart from the lungs are called pulmonary veins - there are four and they enter the left atrium the intrinsic veins of the heart own blood supply meet all the coronary sinus

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