celiac artery

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ce·li·ac (arterial) trunk

origin, abdominal aorta just below diaphragm; branches, left gastric, common hepatic, splenic.
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ce·li·ac trunk

(sē'lē-ak trŭngk)
Origin, abdominal aorta just below diaphragm; branches, left gastric, common hepatic, splenic.
Synonym(s): truncus celiacus [TA] , arteria celiaca, celiac artery, coeliac trunk.
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Dietzek, "Unusual presentation and treatment of spontaneous celiac artery dissection," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
Sakaguchi et al., "Hemodynamic assessment of celiaco-mesenteric anastomosis in patients with pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysm concomitant with celiac artery occlusion using flow-sensitive four-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging," European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, vol.
One patient with celiac artery pseudoaneurysm required second session of embolization followed by surgery due to intraprocedural complication.
CA, celiac artery; CIA, common iliac artery; AOAR, aortic arch; DAO, descending aorta; SPA, splenic artery; AA, abdominal aorta; LN, lymph node; AAO, ascending aorta; IMA, inferior mesenteric artery; SMA, superior mesenteric artery; RA, renal artery; PA, pulmonary artery.
Diagnostic angiography performed using a 5 Fr modified spiral-shaped catheter (Gridecath, Terumo, Tokyo, Japan) revealed stenosis at the origin of the celiac artery, and collateral blood flow from the superior mesenteric artery to the proper hepatic artery via dilated arterial arcades around the pancreas head.
The left adrenal gland of Bactrian camel was general flat oval in shape, and about 3~5 cm away from the celiac artery. The right adrenal gland of Bactrian camel was generally irregular triangular in shape, only about 1~2 cm away from the celiac artery, and close to the posterior vena cava in its dorsal part.
With regard to the second case, CT revealed 2 small nodules, one adjacent to the pancreatic tail (Figure 2A, arrow) and another in contact with the pancreatic body, anterior to the celiac artery (Figure 2B, arrow).
Yamashita, "Celiac artery stenosis/occlusion treated by interventional radiology," European Journal of Radiology, vol.
Clinical anatomy of celiac artery compression syndrome: a review.