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Abdomen, Tumor

  • C. J. Zech
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Zusammenfassung

Die Abgänge der Aorta abdominalis zur Versorgung der Oberbauchorgane weisen eine hohe Variabilität auf. Bei klassischer Anatomie geht als erster großer Abgang unter dem Zwerchfell der Truncus coeliacus ab, der sich in die A. lienalis, die A. gastrica sinistra und in die A. hepatica communis aufzweigt. Die A. hepatica communis wiederum teilt sich nach einigen Zentimetern in die A. gastroduodenalis, welche eine Verbindung zum mesenterialen Stromgebiet herstellt und in die A. hepatica propria, welche die Leber arteriell versorgt. In der Leber erfolgt dann eine Aufteilung in die A. hepatica dextra und in die A. hepatica sinistra (◘ Abb. 9.1).

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  • C. J. Zech
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  1. 1.Klinik für Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin Abt. Interventionelle RadiologieUniversitätsspital BaselBasel

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