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Anatomical variations of the hepatic artery in it’s extra hepatic journey: a cadaveric study with its clinical implications

Sukumaran TT, Joseph S, Ramakrishnan S, Mathew AJ

Vascular anomalies are a serendipitous finding during surgeries and diagnostic angiography. Such variations are frequently encountered in the abdominal region. These anomalies are usually asymptomatic but the presence of hepatic...
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Variations in the branching pattern of the celiac trunk and its clinical significance

Hemamalini

Celiac trunk is the artery of foregut, arising from the abdominal aorta at the level of T12/L1 vertebral body. It extends approximately 1.5 to 2 cm horizontally forwards before dividing...
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Compression of the Main Pancreatic Duct by the Intrapancreatic-Replaced Common Hepatic Artery

Lee HY, Ha HI, Kim MJ, Lim HK

We describe a unique case of a patient who presented with a linear, transverse, and incidentally-detected main pancreatic duct dilatation that was caused by the intrapancreatic-replaced common hepatic artery, detected...
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A spontaneous pseudoaneurysm of the common hepatic artery

So CS, Yang JH, Lim YJ, Choi MH, Jang HJ, Hwang DH, Lee J

  • KMID: 2305808
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2009 Jul;77(1):95-98.
Hepatic pseudoaneurysms were once relatively uncommon and often associated with hepatic trauma. Currently, the main etiology of pseudoaneurysms is iatrogenic injuries with the increased use of percutaneous procedures and laparoscopic...
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