hepatic artery

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hepatic artery

[he′pad·ik ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
A branch of the celiac artery that carries blood to the stomach, pancreas, great omentum, liver, and gallbladder.
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One patient who underwent left hepatic artery angiography and coil embolization developed ischaemic cholangiopathy.
common hepatic artery giving rise to gastrodoudenal artery and then dividing into right hepatic artery and left hepatic artery, with right gastric artery and cystic artery arising from hepatic artery proper and right hepatic artery respectively, considered as type 1 in both Michels2 and Hiatts4 classification.
Considering lack of donors, high expenses for transplantation and postoperative immune rejec- tions, we selected staged resection after TAE of left hepatic artery.
Branches arising from the left hepatic artery supplying the vascular malformation were successfully occluded using Onyx (Micro Therapeutics Inc.
The left inferior phrenic artery arising from left hepatic artery or left gastric artery: radiological and anatomical correlation in clinical cases and cadaver dissection.
La busqueda se hizo en literatura escrita en espanol, ingles y portugues, empleando las siguientes palabras claves: arteria hepatica aberrante, higado, tronco celiaco, trasplante hepatico, cirugia biliar, hilio hepatico, abnormalities hepatic artery, left hepatic artery abnormalities, right hepatic artery abnormalities, liver, hepatic hilium, celiac trunk y aberrant hepatic artery.