hepatic artery proper

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he·pa·tic ar·ter·y prop·er

[TA]
origin, common hepatic; branches, right and left hepatic.
Synonym(s): arteria hepatica propria [TA]
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he·pat·ic ar·te·ry prop·er

(hĕ-pat'ik ahr'tĕr-ē prop'ĕr) [TA]
Origin, common hepatic; branches, right and left hepatic.
Synonym(s): arteria hepatica propria.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Finally, a 2.6F microcatheter was withdrawn back to the proper hepatic artery and 3-5 ml of super-liquid iodized oil was injected at a rate of 1 ml/s (Guerbet Inc., Paris, France) for diagnostic embolization.
The possible sources of bleeding in post-pancreatoduodenectomy include the gastroduodenal artery stump, common and proper hepatic artery erosion, or splenic and inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery erosions or aneurysm, besides other etiologies [14].
The common hepatic artery passed near the right side of the caudate lobe of the liver and at the level of the pancreas head (after giving a gastroduodenal branch) continued into proper hepatic artery which branched into left hepatic arteries and a larger right hepatic artery (Figure 3).
Proper hepatic artery divides into right and left branches at the porta hepatis before they run into the parenchyma of the liver.
Color Doppler sonography of the common and proper hepatic artery and the portal vein was performed to evaluate the possibility of the luminal invasion of a cholangiocarcinoma or adenocarcinoma of the pancreas as differential diagnoses, which revealed reduced blood flow of the common hepatic artery and proper hepatic artery without any intraluminal lesion.
Rachel Tigga, "Retroportal proper hepatic artery with malrotated gut," Anatomical Science International, vol.
Trace the right gastric artery to the proper hepatic artery; expose the proper hepatic artery and its branches to the porta hepatis.
Then, the plastic cannulas were inserted into the portal vein, the proper hepatic artery, and the common bile duct, which were to be injected to prepare the corrosive casts of the hollow structures of the liver.
The patients with complete occlusion of the common hepatic artery (CHA) or the proper hepatic artery (PHA) related to interventional procedures were included in this study.
For instance, it's long been dogma that use of anabolic steroids interferes with proper hepatic (liver) function and causes thickening of the heart muscle.