S-Space College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원) Dept. of Medicine (의학과) The Seoul Journal of Medicine The Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 24 No.2 (1983)
한국인 췌장의 동맥분포에 관한 연구
A Study on the Pancreatic Arteries in Korean
- 박호진; 이광호; 황덕호
- Issue Date
- 서울대학교 의과대학
- Seoul J Med, Vol.24 No.2, pp. 165-174
- The close relationship between anatomy and
surgery is never more clearly expressed than in the
development of new surgical procedures.
The development of medicine and civilization has
prolonged the life span of man while abdominal
surgery due to trauma is increasing more and more.
Especially is the surgeon currently concerned with
the feasibility of surgical attack on the pancreas
and the success of such operative procedure may
depend absolutely on a knowledge of specific vessels
reaching the pancreas.
But the description of the pancreatic blood supply
in anatomical textbook is considerably inadequate
and it causes-clinical and anatomical problem. So the objective of this paper is to investigate a
general pattern and variation of pancreatic arteries
in Korean adults.
The study on the pancreatic arteries WDS based on
detailed dissection of 45 Korean adult cadavers.
]. Anterior superior pancreaticoduodenal artery:
It has a 95. G% occurrence in our cases. It arises
from the gastroduodenal artery in the most frequent
incidence of 80.0%, and which arises from common
trunk is the incidence of 11.1%.
2. Posterior superior pancreaticoduodenal artery:
It is present in the incidence of 91. 196 of cases. It
arises from the main stem of the gastroduodenal
artery in the most frequent incidence of 75.6%.
3. Posterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery:
It occurs in 95.6% of cases. In the most frequent
incidence of 53.3%, it arises from the common trunk
formed by the anterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal
artery of S.M.A. origin. It takes origin from the
middle colic artery of S.M.A. origin in 4.4% of our
\. Anterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery:
It is present in the incidence of 86.7%. It takes
origin from the first jejunal artery of S.M.A. origin
in 2.296 of our cases.
5. The anterior pancreaticoduodenal arcade and
posterior pancreaticoduodenal arcade arc present in
the incidence of 82.2% respectively.
G. Dorsal pancreatic artery: It occurs in 9;). G?o of
cases. In the most frequent incidence of 80.096, it
arises from the splenic artery.
7. Pancrcatica magna artery: It has an occurrence
of 93. G%. The number of it is one in 37.8% and
five in 2.2%.
8. Caudal pancreatic artery: It is present in the
incidence of 86.796, and takes origin from the splenic
artery in the most frequent incidence of 82.2%.
9. Prepancreatic arterial arcade occurs in 71. 1%
of our cases.
10. Inferior pancreatic artery: It has a 07.8.90
occurrence in our cases. It is III the majority of
cases (64.4%) the left branch of the dorsal pancreatic