Where is the juggler vein?
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The juggler vein in the neck drains blood from the head down to the subclavian; you actually have two of them- one on each side of the neck.
The jugular vein is in the neck. Carpe Jugulum is Terry Pratchett's pseudo-Latin for "Seize the throat!"
In the neck
Jugular veins are a network of several veins around the net of which two major ones (one on either side of the neck) are recognized. They help to drain blood from the head. Injury to this veins could easily be fatal because the rate of bleeding is usually very difficult to control
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