hepatic artery n.
An artery with origin in the celiac artery, with branches to the right gastric, gastroduodenal, and proper hepatic arteries; common hepatic artery.
An artery with origin in the common hepatic artery, and with branches to the right and left hepatic arteries; proper hepatic artery.
A pulsating tumor of the right hypochondrium, accompanied by jaundice, may be an aneurism of the hepatic artery.
The ramifications of the hepatic artery distributed to this cellular envelope; 3.
But the hepatic artery must pass to the liver from the retroperitoneal cœliac axis.
The most important causes of hepatic abscess exist in the state of the portal vein, hepatic artery, and the hepatic veins.
The primitive biliary duct, portal vein and hepatic artery reach the liver between the layers of the lesser omentum.
The hepatic artery runs on the line dividing these two different mesenteric segments.
Cephalad of the hepatic artery is the developing omentum, caudad of the vessel the mesoduodenum.
The course of the hepatic artery from cœliac axis to liver in the dorsal view in the cat is seen in Fig. 223.
The portal vein, hepatic artery and bile-duct are seen entering and leaving the liver at the transverse fissure.
The hepatic artery distributes its pancreatico-duodenal branches to the duodenum and pancreas.