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Left hepatic artery
Replaced hepatic artery
Replaced right hepatic with left hepatic from the celiac
accessory left hepatic artery
Normal hepatic venous anatomy
Accessory right hepatic artery
Acessory right hepatic artery from SMA
Completely replaced right hepatic artery
Portal vein variant
Normal portal vein anatomy
Normal hepatic artery distribution
Normal hepatic artery anatomy
Upper leg anatomy
Upper leg anatomy
Upper arm anatomy
Upper arm anatomy
Forearm Venous Anatomy
Forearm arteries
Lower leg vessel anatomy
Figure 1a. Typical pancreaticoduodenal arcade anatomy. (a) Drawing illustrates typical pancreaticoduodenal arcade anatomy with separate inferior pancreaticoduodenal arteries. (b) Superior mesenteric arteriogram shows retrograde contrast material filling of the celiac branches via the anterior (solid arrow) and posterior (open arrows) pancreaticoduodenal arcades, which arise separately from the SMA. (c) Serial spiral CT scans clearly depict the anatomic course of both the anterior (open arrows) and posterior (solid arrows) pancreaticoduodenal arcades. The anterior arcade runs along the groove between the head of the pancreas and the C loop of the duodenum. The posterior arcade arises from the gastroduodenal artery and wraps around the distal common bile duct posteriorly.
Pancreaticoduodenal arcade variant in which both the anterior and posterior arcades unite with the SMA via a common inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery.