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A new method of revascularization of the right renal artery by the gastroduodenal artery


, : A new method of revascularization of the right renal artery by the gastroduodenal artery. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 156(2): 221-223

The use of the gastroduodenal artery for revascularization of the right renal artery is a procedure reserved for exceptional situations. It is an extension of the use of the hepatic circulation when concomitant aortic disease precludes safe use of the aortorenal bypass procedure. It should only be used in favorable anatomic circumstances and should be considered a variant of the hepatorenal bypass procedure.

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