epigastric artery


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epigastric artery

The superior or the inferior epigastric artery.
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Helmy, "Percutaneous management of inferior epigastric artery injury after cardiac catheterization," Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, vol.
Caption: Figure 2: (a) Selective right iliac angiography confirmed the two spots of active bleeding (arrows) from distal collaterals of the right epigastric artery (arrowhead).
7 (50%), common femoral artery in 2 (14.3%) cases, common carotid artery in 2 (14.3%) cases, popliteal artery in 1 (7.1%) brachial artery in 1 (7.1%) and inferior epigastric artery in 1 (7.1%) case.
Internal thoracic arteryinferior epigastric artery as a collateral pathway in aortoiliac occlusive disease.
In the case where inferior epigastric artery had to be ligated due to dense adhesions (case number 3), no adverse postoperative outcome was noted.
In: Walsh PC, Retik AB, Vaughan anastomosis of accessories renal artery to inferior epigastric artery in management of multiple arteries in live related renal transplantation: a critical appraisal.
Because this represents the non-dominant blood supply to infraumbilical tissue, vascularization via the superior epigastric artery may need to be increased to improve outcomes in patients who are obese, smoke, or have a history of prior radiation.
The latter two reports describe rectus sheath hematomas due to enoxaparin, one of which even to the extent that required coil embolization of the inferior epigastric artery for controlling the bleeding (2).
Inferior epigastric artery skin flaps without rectus abdominis muscle.
Second most common has been the superficial inferior epigastric artery flap, followed by the gluteal artery perforator flap, which Dr.
The superior epigastric artery is off to the medial side, and the spleen to the other.
Hematomas may be caused by forcefull extension or contraction of the rectus muscles, resulting m tears in branches of the inferior epigastric artery, portions of the muscle, or both.[22] RSH formation may also be related to ineffective repair of minor vessel damage, eg, in the patient being treated with anticoagulants.[1,2,11,12]