Cystic Artery: Incidental Variation of Origin
Keywords:Calot’s triangle, Celiac trunk, Origin of cystic artery, Right hepatic artery
On the basis of origin, variation of cystic artery is commonly found. Commonly, cystic artery originates from the right hepatic artery and rare condition from celiac trunk. The position of the cystic artery possesses extraordinary importance for the surgeon during cholecystectomy, because the cystic artery is the primary structure to be clipped or tie up during cholecystectomy. In this study, during cadaveric dissection incidentally found rarest condition that cystic artery originating from celiac trunk. These anatomical findings are much important for surgical and radiological aspect and may be helpful for surgeons during the performance of surgeries involving hepatic and biliary apparatus.
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