Abstract
An: 2011, Nr.2, Articol Nr. 5
Title: 

LEFT HEPATIC ARTERY ARYSSING FROM LEFT GASTRIC ARTERY

Authors: 

      V. Pănuş, G. Lupu - University of Medecine and Pharmacy „Carol Davila”, Bucharest, Department of Anatomy
      Pappas Thomas - Ioannina University Hospital, Greece
      Al.G. Lupu, G. Petre, L. Stan Sion - University of Medecine and Pharmacy „Carol Davila”, Bucharest, Students
      LEFT HEPATIC ARTERY ARYSSING FROM LEFT GASTRIC ARTERY (Abstract): The arterial vasculature of the liver presents o large variability, bouth at the origine, trajectory and extraliverish raports, so as the level of the liverish distribution. Knowing it is of great importance in liver surgery. The origin of the left hepatic artery at the level of the left gastric artery may interfere with the abdominal esophagus surgery, with the liver surgery (lobarhepatectomy and segmental hepatectomy, transplant surgery). The study presents the results of a dissection performed on a corps of a man, around 50 years old within the Anatomy Chair of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila”, Bucharest. I followed the highlight of the origin of the left hepatic artery at the level of the left gastric artery, the raports at the level of pars densa (the hepato esophagus ligament) of the lesser omentum, the place of penetration of the liver tissue and the modality of branches distribution of the prime and second rank.
Key words: LEFT HEPATIC ARTERY, LEFT GASTRIC ARTERY
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