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Original Research Article

Year: 2016 | Month: December | Volume: 3 | Issue: 12 | Pages: 33-35

Vascular Variations in Relation to Cysto Hepatic Triangle

Dr Rajashekhar Y Dundaraddy1, Dr G M Mahesh2

1Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences Hubli, Karnataka.

2Professor and H O D, Department of Anatomy, Basaveshwara Medical College Chitradurga, Karnataka.

Corresponding Author: Dr Rajashekhar Y Dundaraddy


The available reports on similar studies and literatures are mainly based on the study of dissected specimens of south Indian and Western population.
The cystic artery is known to exhibit variations in its origin and branching pattern. The topographical anatomy of the arterial system of the hepatobiliary region and their anomalous origin should be considered during hepatobiliary surgeries. This knowledge is also important for interventional radiologists in routine clinical practice. [4]
Technically gallbladder surgery is much the most difficult of any abdominal surgery and inadequate appreciation of the abnormalities of this region does not lessen the risk. [7]

Key words:Cystic artery, Calot’s triangle, Gallbladder, Variation, Cholecystectomy.

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