celiac trunk

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Synonyms for celiac trunk

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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Anatomic variation of the celiac trunk with special reference to hepatic artery patterns.
Moreover, 41 cases underwent traditional surgery, 11 cases were at the initial segment of the splenic artery, 6 were giant aneurysms, 5 were aneurysms adjacent to splenic portal, 5 were combined with wide and irregular aneurysm neck, 5 were abnormally combined with celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery, 4 were multiple aneurysms, and 5 were general aneurysms in the middle and distal segment of splenic porta.
15 Significant number of asymptomatic individuals can be due to the fact that celiac ganglia occur away from the celiac trunk in 32% of patients and thus remain unaffected from the effects of compression of celiac axis.
Visceralvisceral collateral pathways that exist between celiac trunk and its divisions, SMA, IMA, and superior rectal artery are due to their common origin.
Typically the ventral anastomosis and the 11th and 12th vitelline arteries regress, while the 10th and 13th roots give origin to the celiac trunk and the SMA, respectively.
The celiac trunk, SMA, and left renal artery were controlled with vessel loops.
Common hepatic artery originated from celiac trunk in all 70 (100%) specimens, was entirely to left of common hepatic duct and common bile duct and ventral to portal vein.
Common findings of chronic mesenteric ischaemia are stenosis of celiac trunk (Table/Fig.
CT angiography of the aorta showed that bilateral proximal subclavian arteries, internal carotid artery and renal artery had severe stenosis, celiac trunk had moderate stenosis.
The foregut, midgut and the hindgut are supplied by the celiac trunk, superior mesenteric and the inferior mesenteric arteries, respectively.
INTRODUCTION: The majority of the blood supply of the gastrointestinal tract is provided by the anterior branches of the abdominal aorta: celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery.
Abdominal-enhanced computed tomography (CT) showed dissection of the celiac trunk and enhancement perigastric and gastric intramural vascular collaterals due to chronic ischemia caused by celiac artery dissection [Figure 1].
In all the samples of opossuns (Didelphis albiventris) of this research was verified that the cranial mesenteric artery arises from the abdominal aorta ventral face, caudally to the celiac trunk.
The celiac trunk (CT) is the major visceral branch of the abdominal aorta originating at its anterior contour just below the aortic hiatus of diaphragm at the level of T12-L1 vertebral bodies.