Type of Article : Orginal
Year: 2014 | Volume 2 | Issue 4 | Page No. 716-719
Date of Publication: 30-11-2014
STUDY ON VARIATIONS OF INFERIOR SEGMENTAL BRANCH OF RENAL ARTERY
Chandragirish S 1, Nanjaiah C.M 2, Suhas Y Shirur 3, Shaik Hussain Saheb * 4.
1 Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Travancore Medical College, Kollam, Kerala, India.
2 Professor of Anatomy, JSS Medical College, Mysore, Karnataka, India.
3 Assistant Professor of Physiology, Travancore Medical College, Kollam, Kerala, India.
*4 Assistant Professor of Anatomy, JJM Medical College, Davangere, Karnataka, India.
Address: Shaik Hussain Saheb, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, JJM Medical College, Davangere, Karnataka, India. Mobile +91-9242056660. E-Mail: email@example.com
Background: The segmental arteries of the kidney supply the organ in such a way that, each renal pole receives its own artery while, the anterior portion between the poles is supplied by an upper and lower segmental vessel. These two arteries also include in their territory the lateral edge of the kidney and adjacent to the strip of parenchyma on the dorsal or posterior aspect of the organ. The knowledge of inferior segmental branch of renal artery is very important for surgeries in its distribution area in kidney.
Materials and Methods: 100 kidneys (Fifty pairs) intact with abdominal aorta were collected from department of Forensic medicine, JSS Medical College and Mysore Medical College. For study of segmental variation Corrosion cast technique method was used. The variations of inferior segmental branch of renal artery were observed and recorded.
Results: In present study type I inferior segmental branch of renal artery were found in - 59% cases, type II in - 6% cases, type III in - 28% cases, type IV in - 2% cases.
Conclusion: The inferior segmental artery from the anterior division of the renal artery is the commonest event –arising in 59%. This is Type I, the normal type. It arises from the renal artery (28%) or from the posterior division (6%) or from the aorta (2%). The knowledge of inferior segmental branch of renal artery helpful in kidney transplantation and renal surgery because these type of surgeries success mainly depends on arterial ligations.
KEYWORDS: Renal artery, Inferior segment, renal surgery, Renal sciences.
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Chandragirish S, Nanjaiah C.M, Suhas Y Shirur, Shaik Hussain Saheb. STUDY ON VARIATIONS OF INFERIOR SEGMENTAL BRANCH OF RENAL ARTERY. Int J Anat Res 2014;2(4):716-719. DOI: 10.16965/ijar.2014.534