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Two left renal arteries?

Timothy Craig Hardcastle TimothyHar at ialch.co.za
Mon Jun 30 07:01:53 BST 2008


To the best of my memory from Rutherfords, its reported to be about 15%

Dr Timothy C Hardcastle
M.B., Ch.B. (Stell); M. Med (Chir) (Stell); FCS (SA)
Principal Surgeon-Lecturer / Sub-specialist: Trauma and Critical Care
Deputy director: Trauma Unit and Trauma ICU
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital / UKZN
800 Bellair Road
Mayville, Durban
Postal: PostNet Suite 27
Private Bag X05
Malvern, 4055
KwaZulu Natal
timothyhar at ialch.co.za 

-----Original Message-----
From: trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org
[mailto:trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org] On Behalf Of Stephen Richey
Sent: 29 June 2008 23:21
To: trauma-list at trauma.org
Subject: Two left renal arteries?

I have another question about anatomical variability.  How common is it
someone to have two renal arteries on the same side?  I know it happens,
I have never seen it discussed in any of the books I have on anatomy.  I
know I ask a lot of these sorts of questions, but I am still learning
haven't had that annoying natural curiosity beaten out of me yet.  If
could provide some input on this for me, I would appreciate it.

Also is there any text that lists common anatomical variables for things
like vascular structures, etc?

Stephen L. Richey, CRT
Aviation Injury Research Project Leader
Saginaw Valley State University
Phone: 248-366-4452
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