celiac artery


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Related to celiac artery: mesenteric artery
  • noun

Synonyms for celiac artery

an artery that originates from the abdominal aorta just below the diaphragm and branches into the left gastric artery and the common hepatic artery and the splenic artery

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Search of medical publications to 1959 revealed only 39 cases of isolated celiac artery dissections, making it the least common visceral artery dissection reported.
The mesenteric artery is an unique vessel that comes out of the aorta artery a little caudal to the origin of the celiac artery, as Ede (1965), Schwarze and Schroder (1970), Nickel et al.
2) It is not uncommon to have the donor celiac artery anastomosed to the recipient hepatic artery at the bifurcation.
The two-piece device allowed customization to the patient's anatomy to sit perfectly at the level of the left subclavian artery proximally and distally to near the celiac artery and prior repair.
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.