A CASE REPORT ON THE PRE HILAR BRANCHING OF RIGHT RENAL ARTERY WITH VARIATIONS IN THE HILAR ARCHITECTURE OF THE RIGHT KIDNEY AND THE ORIGIN OF RIGHT TESTICULAR ARTERY.
The renal arteries are a pair of branches from abdominal aorta. Variations are very common in the anatomy of renal arteries because of their complex embryological development. During routine dissection in a 60 year old adult male cadaver, multiple variations were found in the right renal artery and the hilar vascular architecture of the right kidney. The origin of right testicular artery was different from the normal anatomy. Knowledge regarding such variations is very important for the urologists and interventional radiologists.
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