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Illustration showing embryological development of the celiac artery and superior mesenteric artery during weeks 4 to 9 of intrauterine life.
Macroanatomic investigations on the course and distribution of the celiac artery in domestic fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus).
Although these problems can usually be resolved by advancing the parent catheter into the hepatic artery, this is occasionally impossible because of tortuous anatomy or angulation of the celiac artery.
Pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysms secondary to median arcuate ligament syndrome may not need celiac artery revascularization or ligament release.
About the origin of the cranial mesenteric artery, it was observed that it always comes out from descending abdominal aorta artery, near and in the caudal portion of the celiac artery.
With regard to the second case, CT revealed 2 small nodules, one adjacent to the pancreatic tail (Figure 2A, arrow) and another in contact with the pancreatic body, anterior to the celiac artery (Figure 2B, arrow).
1975) in golden hamster, Cook in guinea pig and Habel & Stronberg (1982) in rats, stated that the cranial mesenteric artery arises from the aorta, caudally to the celiac artery, originating branches towards caudal direction, while the caudal mesenteric artery arises from the bifurcation of the abdominal aorta or from the right common iliac artery, and, sometimes, from the left one.
Surprisingly, the CT angiography revealed Focal Complete occlusion (100%) seen at the celiac artery origin.
2) It is not uncommon to have the donor celiac artery anastomosed to the recipient hepatic artery at the bifurcation.
during the decompression of the celiac artery by dividing the arcuate ligament, tried not to damage the celiac ganglia and to divide only the intercalating fibers of the celiac plexus as they crossed the celiac trunk.
40 cadavers were carefully dissected (10 per year) and the branching pattern of the celiac artery and superior mesenteric artery were observed.