Volume 13 No 1 (June 2014)

cover June 2014 issue

 

Picture shows an abdominal dissection of a 65 years old male cadaver, with multiple variations of the right kidney vasculature. There were double right renal arteries with prehilar branching of the upper renal artery. The renal vein ascended upwards obliquely before ending in the lateral aspect of the inferior vena cava.

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