mesenteric artery


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mesenteric artery

The superior or the inferior mesenteric artery.
See also: artery
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Edema-induced mural thickening in the duodenum and the location of superior mesenteric vein to the left and anterior to superior mesenteric artery are diagnostic signs (4).
Superior mesenteric artery syndrome may present acutely or chronically.
CT angiography of abdomen revealed significant reduction of the angle between aorta and superior mesenteric artery to about 20 degrees (normal being 45-60 degrees) and distance between aorta and SMA was found to be 6mm (normal being 10mm).
Spontaneous isolated superior mesenteric artery dissection.
Baker, "Late presentation of superior mesenteric artery syndrome following scoliosis surgery: a case report," Journal of Medical Case Reports, vol.
Caption: Figure 3: Abdominal computed tomography with contrast material showed occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery.
Diagnostic criteria for mesenteric vascular spasm are proximal stenosis of the superior mesenteric artery and main branch, abnormal images of mesenteric branches, arcade spasm of the mesenteric artery, and poor contrast on internal images of the blood vessels in the mesenteric wall.
Caption: Figure 3: Intraoperative angiogram shows suprarenal saccular aneurysm with nearly occluded celiac and superior mesenteric artery (a).
Firstly, the classic type is defined as malposition of bowel due to clockwise rotation of the small bowel and ascending colon, around the superior mesenteric artery without evidence of any anomaly predisposing to the rotation [6].
Two trunks arose separately from a very short CMT: 1) the gastro-splenic trunk divided into the left gastric artery and the splenic artery; and 2) the hepatomesenteric trunk divided into the common hepatic artery and the superior mesenteric artery.
In 1928, Adachi described six types of divisions of the celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery (SMA) based on 252 dissections of Japanese cadavers (2).