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Two left renal arteries?

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


Stephen

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

Tim
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
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Malvern, 4055
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timothyhar at ialch.co.za 
 

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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?

Everyone,
I have another question about anatomical variability.  How common is it
for
someone to have two renal arteries on the same side?  I know it happens,
but
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
and
haven't had that annoying natural curiosity beaten out of me yet.  If
anyone
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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