The Existence of Accessory Renal Arteries in a Male Cadaver in Ethiopia: A Case Report
Keywords:Accessory renal artery, anatomical variation, cadaver, kidney, Ethiopia
Renal arteries that supply each kidney arise from the abdominal aorta and enter the renal hilum. Following the dissection of ten male cadavers at the University of Gondar, Ethiopia, we identified an anatomical variation of multiple renal arteries in a subject. In the present study, the accessory renal arteries enter the lower pole of the right and left kidneys. This finding, We hope, will provide a valuable input for surgical procedures and radiological interpretations.
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Muche A, Guday E, Abraha M, Asmare Y, Worku A. The Existence of Accessory Renal Arteries in a Male Cadaver in Ethiopia: A Case Report. Ethiop J Health Biomed Sci [Internet]. 2017 Sep. 10 [cited 2023 Mar. 27];8(1):97-101. Available from: https://journal.uog.edu.et/index.php/EJHBS/article/view/287