Head and Neck
All are true about diploic veins EXCEPT (AIPG -2008)
|A||Lined by single layer endothelium supported by elastic tissue|
|B||Present in cranial bones|
|D||Develop by 8th week of IUL|
1. Diploic veins start developing in the cranial bones (B) at about 2 years of age (D) and are fully developed at the age of 35 years.
2. These are lined by a single layer single layer endothelium supported by elastic tissue (A) and are valveless (C).