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Variations in the anatomy of the celiac trunk: A systematic review and clinical implications.
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A novel classification of CT variations is proposed using data from 36 studies collected to investigate the different types of variations, the corresponding incidences and the probable influence of genetic factors, as they are presented in the existing literature. Expand
A morphometric study concerning the branching points of the main arteries in humans: relationships and correlations.
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The results revealed that symmetry exists between the limbs and the aortic length and the branching positions of the abdominal aorta and support the view that the final position and length of the arteries might be due to the location of the corresponding viscera during angiogenesis, to the body length and height and to some (hypothetical) elongation angiogenetic factors. Expand
A morphometric study of the celiac trunk and review of the literature
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The mean length of the celiac arteries which form a false tripod was found to be larger than those of the arteries which formed a true tripod but only a weak statistically significant difference was established. Expand
Study of the ascending lumbar and iliolumbar veins: surgical anatomy, clinical implications and review of the literature.
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Thorough knowledge of the surgical anatomy of ALV and ILV prevents injury, bleeding and further complication of many operations in the retroperitoneal space and pelvis and aids early recognition of a misplacement of a vascular catheter into the ALV during femoral vein catheterizations. Expand
Anomalous Origin and Course of the Suprascapular Artery Combined with Absence of the Suprascapular Vein: Case Study and Clinical Implications
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This variation is clinically important, since it is related to the creation mechanism of suprascapular neuropathy and has also obvious surgical implications, and is embryologically enlightened and has an interesting ontogenic aspect. Expand
A morphometric study of multiple renal arteries in Greek population and a systematic review.
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Multiple renal arteries on the left side seemed to emerge lower than the right ones and displayed a greater variability at their origin and the awareness of morphology and topography of the multiple renal arteries is important in order to achieve a safe pre and intraoperative management of the renal vascular supply. Expand
Obesity in Children and Adolescents during COVID-19 Pandemic
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Evaluating obesity in children, adolescents and young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic found that as the restrictions imposed reduced movements out of the house, physical activity was limited, representing another risk factor for weight gain. Expand
Right accessory hepatic artery arising from the left gastric artery: a case report.
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During educational dissection of the abdomen in a female Caucasian cadaver, an unusual origin of an accessory right hepatic artery from the left gastric artery was observed and seems to be extremely rare. Expand
Case series and a systematic review concerning the level of the aortic bifurcation.
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The mean level of AA corresponds to the body of L4 and presents a great range (form L3U to S1U) which is of great significance for interventional radiologists and especially vascular surgeons that deal with aneurism proximal to the aortic bifurcation. Expand
Bilateral asymmetry of the highly bifurcated brachial artery variation.
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An unusual case of bilateral high bifurcation of the brachial artery in a male cadaver with bilaterally different variational anatomy of the upper limb arteries is reported. Expand
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