A rare type of hepatobiliary arterial system in man – presence of accessory left and replaced right hepatic arteries and double cystic arteries

@inproceedings{Jelev2015ART,
  title={A rare type of hepatobiliary arterial system in man – presence of accessory left and replaced right hepatic arteries and double cystic arteries},
  author={Lazar Jelev and Alexander Krasimirov Angelov},
  year={2015}
}
In addition to the normal textbook description, the hepatobiliary arterial system in man shows many anatomical variations that have definite clinical importance. The presence of aberrant hepatic and cystic arteries may lead to a number of iatrogenic injuries during some open surgical or endoscopic procedures. In the course of routine students’ dissection of a 62-year-old Caucasian female cadaver, an interesting pattern of the arterial supply to the liver and gallbladder was described. In the… 
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