Variant origin of superior polar artery and unusual hilar branching pattern of renal artery with clinical correlation.

@article{Budhiraja2011VariantOO,
  title={Variant origin of superior polar artery and unusual hilar branching pattern of renal artery with clinical correlation.},
  author={Virendra Budhiraja and Rajul Rastogi and Ajay Kumar Asthana},
  journal={Folia morphologica},
  year={2011},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={24-8}
}
Classically, a single renal artery arising from the abdominal aorta supplies the respective kidney on each side. Near the hilum of the kidney each renal artery divides into anterior and posterior branchs, which in turn divide into segmental arteries supplying the different renal segments. A total of 84 formalin fixed cadavers (73 male and 11 female, 168 kidneys in total) constituted the material for the study. During routine abdominal dissection conducted for medical undergraduates, the kidneys… CONTINUE READING

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