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A Very Low-Positioned Aortic Bifurcation

Vascular Specialist International 2020년 36권 2호 p.112 ~ 115
Degheili Jad A., Malhas Haya, 유탁근, Dergham Mohamad Yasser R.,
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 ( Degheili Jad A. ) - American University of Beirut-Medical Center Department of Surgery
 ( Malhas Haya ) - Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital Department of Medicine
유탁근 ( Yoo Tag-Keun ) - Eulji University School of Medicine Nowon Eulji Medical Center Department of Urology
 ( Dergham Mohamad Yasser R. ) - Islamic Charitable Hospital Department of Radiology

Abstract


Anomalies of the aortoiliac arteries are rarely reported and are generally discovered incidentally on imaging performed mostly for investigation of other medical concerns. While aortic bifurcation is typically reported at the fourth lumbar vertebra, variations are possible. We present a case with very low aortic bifurcation, almost at the level of S2, with various other anomalies including a corkscrew left common iliac artery passing just anterior to the bladder dome with pulsation noted during cystoscopy. An ectopic right kidney was also noted. To our knowledge, these vascular anomalies have not been reported previously.

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Lumbosacral spine; Aortic bifurcation; Sacrum; Anatomy; Computed tomography

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