Cilt 11, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 67 - 71 2017-08-20

Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies

Panneerselvam Sasikala [1] , Sabita Singh [2]

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Objectives: Common variations in the arterial supply of the kidney reflect the manner in which its vascularization changes

during embryonic and early fetal life. The aim of the study was to determine the incidence of the accessory renal artery in

association with congenital kidney anomalies.

Methods: The study was conducted on 37 dissected cadavers and 25 patients aged between 25–62 years who underwent

renal CT angiography.

Results: Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies was observed in two cadavers: one had polycystic

kidney disease with accessory renal artery in the right kidney, the second had malrotated kidney with accessory renal

artery on the left kidney. Three cases in CT angiograms showed accessory renal artery with horseshoe kidney with three

accessory renal arteries, pelvic kidney with accessory renal artery on the right side, and the third case had hypoplastic kidney

with accessory renal artery on the right side.

Conclusion: Accessory renal artery can be due to the abnormal development of kidneys and variations in the positional

anatomy of the kidney. This study supplements the presence of variations in renal arteries and its association with congenital

kidney anomalies that are of clinical significance during diagnostic investigations and for avoiding complications during

surgical approaches to the kidney.

accessory renal artery; horseshoe kidney; malrotated kidney; polycystic kidney
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Yazar: Panneerselvam Sasikala
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Yazar: Sabita Singh
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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { anatomy341922, journal = {Anatomy}, issn = {1307-8798}, address = {Türk Anatomi ve Klinik Anatomi Derneği}, year = {2017}, volume = {11}, pages = {67 - 71}, doi = {}, title = {Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies}, language = {en}, key = {cite}, author = {Singh, Sabita and Sasikala, Panneerselvam} }
APA Sasikala, P , Singh, S . (2017). Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies. Anatomy, 11 (2), 67-71. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/anatomy/issue/31323/341922
MLA Sasikala, P , Singh, S . "Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies". Anatomy 11 (2017): 67-71 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/anatomy/issue/31323/341922>
Chicago Sasikala, P , Singh, S . "Accessory renal artery associated with congenital kidney anomalies". Anatomy 11 (2017): 67-71
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