Inferior mesenteric vein with the ascending branch of the left colic artery was close to the mouth of the sac.
Inferior mesenteric vein with the ascending branch of left colic artery was lying close to the mouth of the sac.
Following conventional angiography, active bleeding arteries were detected as right colic artery (n=8), jejunal artery (n=6), ileocolic artery (n=4), superior rectal artery (n=4), middle colic artery (n=3), sigmoidal artery (n=3), left colic
artery (n=2), ileal artery (n=2), ileal and ileocolic artery (n=1), and left colic
and sigmoidal artery (n=1).
Another young patient with severe necrotizing pancreatitis developed pseudoaneurysm of left colic
Splenic flexure: Pericolic, middle colic, left colic
, inferior mesenteric
The inferior mesenteric artery was normal and had left colic
and sigmoid branches, which participated in the formation of the marginal artery.
Rare case of left colic
flexure is supplied by a branch from splenic artery-a case report.
The middle colic artery, as observed in all the animals, irrigates the large intestine, that is, the left colon and cecum, anastomising with the left colic
The right branch anastomoses with the right colic artery while the left branch anastomoses with left colic
artery, which is a branch of the inferior mesenteric artery.
Its branches include the left colic
artery, several sigmoidal arteries and the superior rectal artery.