Hepatic artery proper
|Artery: Hepatic artery proper|
|The hepatic artery proper branches from the common hepatic artery. (Hepatic artery labeled near center, on path to liver at upper left.)|
|Inferior surface of the liver. (Entrance for hepatic artery labeled at bottom center.)|
|Latin||arteria hepatica propria|
|Gray's||subject #154 603|
|Source||common hepatic artery|
The hepatic artery proper (also proper hepatic artery), arises from the common hepatic artery and joins the portal vein and the common bile duct to form the portal triad. It subsequently gives off the cystic artery which feeds the gallbladder before bifurcating into the right and left hepatic arteries.
- Proper hepatic artery - Washington Hospital Center.
- Hepatic+artery+proper at eMedicine Dictionary
- SUNY Labs 38:03-0104 - "Stomach, Spleen and Liver: Contents of the Hepatoduodenal ligament"
- SUNY Anatomy Image 8329
- Norman/Georgetown celiactrunk
Arteries of torso - abdomen
(superior vesical, to ductus deferens) – inferior vesical – middle rectal – uterine (azygos of the vagina) – vaginal – obturator (anterior branch, posterior branch) – internal pudendal (inferior rectal, perineal, artery of the urethral bulb, urethral, deep artery of the penis, dorsal artery of the penis) – inferior gluteal (accompanying of ischiadic nerve, crucial anastomosis)
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