Bilateral accessory renal artery and abnormal left testicular artery A case report

DR PATIL DEEPAK A, DR PHAD VAIBHAV V, DR HEREKAR NARSIHA G

Abstract: Knowledge of the variations of renal artery has grown in importance with increasing number of renal transplants, vascular reconstructions and various surgical and radiologic techniques performed in recent years. Variations in the origin of the normal single testicular artery have been commonly reported by various authors. Proper knowledge of variations of renal and gonadal arteries is essential not only to the anatomists but also to the vascular surgeons, urologists, nephrologists and radiologists. We report the presence of bilateral accessory renal artery, discovered on routine dissection of a 70 year old male cadaver, originating from the abdominal aorta. In addition the left testicular artery originated from the left renal artery. Such vascular variations as noted in the present study have been explained in light of embryogenic development.

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