Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation: Opus II: Cardiovascular System
Ronald A. Bergman, PhD
Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Ryosuke Miyauchi, MD
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
F= liver; S= caudate lobe of liver; E= stomach; V= gallbladder; P= pancreas. 1= aorta; 2= celiac trunk; 3= splenic artery; 4= left gastric artery; *5= common trunk to the pancreas, superior mesenteric artery, and to the hepatic artery; *6= (beneath aorta) superior mesenteric artery; *7= (beneath aorta) hepatic artery; *8= gastroduedenal artery with: 9= one branch that follows the contours of the bile duct; 10= pyloric artery; 11= left branch of the hepatic artery; 12= branch from the hepatic artery; 13= right branch of the hepatic artery; 14= cystic artery; 15= left inferior phrenic artery; 16= right inferior phrenic artery; 17= portal vein; 18= inferior vena cava; 19= hepatic duct; 20= cystic duct; *21= bile duct with bulging segment. *= variation.
from Gentes et Philip, 1899 and 1906-07.
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