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Aberrant gastric veins draining directly into the liver are rare variations of the portal vein system. We report on an autopsy in which both right and left gastric veins drained directly into the liver without joining the portal vein. Although the left gastric artery adopted a standard disposition, the left gastric vein was indeed found to ascend from the(More)
We report an autopsy on a 46-year-old man, a case that presented the concurrence of two rare vascular variations of the lesser omentum: aberrant right gastric vein draining directly into the liver, and multiple hepatic arteries. Although the left gastric vein emptied into the left aspect of the portal vein, the right one was found to ascend from the gastric(More)
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