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Normally, the first root forms the left gastric artery, the second root forms the splenic artery and the third root forms the common hepatic artery.
The coeliac trunk takes its origin from the abdominal aorta and supplies the stomach, duodenum, liver, gallbladder, spleen and pancreas through its three branches namely splenic artery, left gastric artery and common hepatic artery.
8 Fr tip microballoon catheter was inserted into the left hepatic artery via the parent catheter and the 5 Fr catheter was then successfully advanced into the common hepatic artery (Figure 3).
For the blood supply of the extrahepatic bile ducts, the extrahepatic bile duct artery might be derived from the cystic artery, common hepatic artery, gastroduodenal artery, posterior portal vein artery, and arteria pancreaticoduodenal superior posterior.
Celiac axis and common hepatic artery variations in 5002 patients: systematic analysis with spiral CT and DSA.
0 cm in 100 cadavers and the common hepatic artery was present in 28 (28%) cadavers as the last artery, the splenic artery in 6 (6%) and both arteries at the same level, as terminal branches in 48 (48%) out of the 82 studied cadavers.
The vessel cutoff sign is depicted at the origin of the common hepatic artery (CHA) on the coronal MIP reconstructed computed tomography angiography (Fig.
The tumour was found to be infiltrating a small portion of common hepatic artery and main portal vein.
pT4: Tumor invades main portal vein or its branches bilaterally, or the common hepatic artery, or the second-order biliary radicals bilaterally, or unilateral second-order biliary radicals with contralateral portal vein or hepatic artery involvement
Diagnostic angiography with selective common hepatic artery and superselective gastroduodenal artery angiograms showed extravasation of contrast medium into a 4-5 cm pseudoaneurysm arising from the proximal third of the gastroduodenal artery, approximately 4 cm from the origin.
The hepatic arterial anastomosis is typically an end-to-end fish-mouth anastomosis where the donor common hepatic artery and splenic artery branch point or the origin of the celiac artery with an aortic Carrel patch (small portion of the adjacent aorta surrounding the celiac artery origin) is connected to the recipient right and left hepatic artery bifurcation or the proper hepaticgastroduodenal artery bifurcation.
The coeliac trunk, the chief arterial supply for the foregut derivatives and one of the ventral branches of the abdominal aorta, usually gives origin to three branches, namely the splenic artery, the common hepatic artery and the left gastric artery.