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What Is The Difference Between Arteries And Veins Based On Lumen?

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The lumen in a vein is much wider than an artery. Lumen does not really exist in an artery in fact (not sure how that works but thats what my biology text book says)
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Lumen also has to do with the blood vessels. It is the cavity of both arteries and veins
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I think the difference is that they are all sorts of blood vessels ans I don't really understand what your trying to ask
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(please someone feel free to delete this answer if its not really in the sense of this question)

Isn't lumen the power of a light source? I'm not sure I understand your question - I mean are you asking how much light they both give out? (zero) or how they reflect the light - please elaborate

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