Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/238372
Title: A Study of Abdominal Arterial System Variations with Multi Detector Computed Tomography
Researcher: P Kalyana Panchakshari
Guide(s): Agarwal, S K and Bansal, R P
Keywords: Life Sciences,Immunology,Anatomy and Morphology, Aberrant Celiac trunk, Arterial variations, MDCT, Coeliac artery variations, Hepatic artery variations
University: Nims University Rajasthan
Completed Date: 2019
Abstract: Background: Advancements in medical sciences particularly in the field of surgical newlinetechniques, organ transplantation and in imaging techniques paved the way for clinicians to make newlineaccurate diagnosis and treatment of diseases. However, clinicians come across anatomical newlinevariations that become challenging in diagnosing diseases and performance of surgical newlineprocedures. So, there occurs the need for the clinicians to learn about normal structure and newlinevariations in anatomy to become expert in the particular field of specialty. Moreover knowledge newlineabout abdominal arterial variations is important to determine the blood flow to the specific newlineorgan, to diagnose the specific disease, selection of appropriate treatment option, surgical newlineplanning, oncological resections and to avoid iatrogenic injuries related to abdomen. Such newlineabdominal arterial anatomy and its variations can be studied in human beings non invasively newlineusing Multidetector Computed Tomography (MDCT). newlineAim and Objectives: newline1. To analyze the abdominal arterial system and its variations with MDCT in human beings newline2. To study about the prevalence of abdominal arterial variations. newlineMaterials and methods: After getting the institutional ethical committee approval newline[NIMSUNI/IEC/2017/23(2)] and consent form signed from the patients, a cross section study newlinewas conducted on 394 patients (212 males and 182 females) of both genders of any age group newlinewho underwent contrast abdominal Multidetector computed tomography scan for any medical newlinereasons in the department of Radiology, National Institute of Medical Science Hospital and newlineResearch, Jaipur. All patients were referred by the doctors to the department of Radiology. A newlinevolume of 100 ml of non-ionic contrast medium (Omnipaque 300-350mg I/ml) was injected at newline4.0 ml/s through an antecubital vein. After this, the total abdomen was focused to get abdominal newlinearterial system CT (Computed Tomography) images with respect to abdominal aorta branching newlinepattern variations. Scanning was performed using the following parameters: detector rows, 64; newlinecollim
Pagination: 1-19, 1-125
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/238372
Appears in Departments:Department of Medical Anatomy



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