This article is the third part of a comprehensive review on the pancreatic arterial blood supply and deals with the inferior pancreaticoducdenal a. The aim of this review is to summarise the anatomical studies, starting from Haller's reports, and to supply as far as possible, with original material, angiographic evidences for the classic anatomical notions. For this purpose, the overall research was carried out by picking out and studying 1015 selective angiographies (celiac trunk and its branches, superior mesenteric a.) taken from the angiographic archives of the Institutes of Radiology of Siena, Rome (Catholic University), and Perugia. Angiographically, the authors observed the inferior pancreaticoduodenal a., present in most instances, as arising from the superior mesenteric a., from the right accessory hepatic a., or from a common trunk with the first or the first two jejunal aa. Some variations of the course have been shown. The authors underline and discuss the discordant opinions still existing regarding the incidence of the different ways the inferior pancreaticoduodenal a. arises and the surgical importance of the variation of origin of this artery.

Bertelli, E., DI GREGORIO, F., Bertelli, L., Civeli, L., & Mosca, S. (1996). The arterial blood supply of the pancreas: a review III. The inferior oancreaticoduodenal artery. An anatomical review and a radiological study. SURGICAL AND RADIOLOGIC ANATOMY, 18(2), 67-74 [10.1007/BF01795221].

The arterial blood supply of the pancreas: a review III. The inferior oancreaticoduodenal artery. An anatomical review and a radiological study

BERTELLI, EUGENIO;BERTELLI, LUCIANO;
1996

Abstract

This article is the third part of a comprehensive review on the pancreatic arterial blood supply and deals with the inferior pancreaticoducdenal a. The aim of this review is to summarise the anatomical studies, starting from Haller's reports, and to supply as far as possible, with original material, angiographic evidences for the classic anatomical notions. For this purpose, the overall research was carried out by picking out and studying 1015 selective angiographies (celiac trunk and its branches, superior mesenteric a.) taken from the angiographic archives of the Institutes of Radiology of Siena, Rome (Catholic University), and Perugia. Angiographically, the authors observed the inferior pancreaticoduodenal a., present in most instances, as arising from the superior mesenteric a., from the right accessory hepatic a., or from a common trunk with the first or the first two jejunal aa. Some variations of the course have been shown. The authors underline and discuss the discordant opinions still existing regarding the incidence of the different ways the inferior pancreaticoduodenal a. arises and the surgical importance of the variation of origin of this artery.
Bertelli, E., DI GREGORIO, F., Bertelli, L., Civeli, L., & Mosca, S. (1996). The arterial blood supply of the pancreas: a review III. The inferior oancreaticoduodenal artery. An anatomical review and a radiological study. SURGICAL AND RADIOLOGIC ANATOMY, 18(2), 67-74 [10.1007/BF01795221].
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