Common celiacomesenteric trunk, with the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries having a common origin from the aorta, is the least frequently reported anatomic variation of all abdominal vascular anomalies. Knowledge of variations concerning the celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery are of great importance for both surgical approaches and angiographic examinations. Clinicians should keep in mind these variations to avoid complications.
- Appleby procedure
- Clinical anatomy
- Common celiacomesenteric trunk
- Gastrosplenic trunk
- Hepatomesenteric trunk