Gallbladder Arteries at Anatomy

Best Anatomy and References website . Search anything about Anatomy Ideas in this website.

Gallbladder Arteries. Complete gallbladder duplication with separate cystic ducts that lead to a common hepatic duct. As the right hepatic artery approaches the gallbladder, it branches off to form the cystic artery, which supplies the gallbladder and cystic duct with oxygenated blood.

Gallbladder Function, anatomy and histology Kenhub
Gallbladder Function, anatomy and histology Kenhub from www.kenhub.com

The cystic vein drains directly into the portal vein. Arteries of the gallbladder the right hepatic artery gives rise to the deep or posterior branch that runs close to the gallbladder fossa and the superficial or anterior branch that runs on the free wall of the gallbladder This is liable to injury during cholecystectomy.

Gallbladder Function, anatomy and histology Kenhub

Complete gallbladder duplication with a common cystic duct entering the common hepatic duct. Arteries, veins and lymphatics in the gallbladder fossa the histological section of the gallbladder fossa shows the relatively large thick walled branch of the deep cystic artery, abutting the liver (upper portion purple) accompanied by venules (blue) and lymphatics (yellow). Kawasaki syndrome (mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome) is the most common cause of gallbladder hydrops. A cystic artery that arises from the right hepatic artery to the left of the cbd and may run anterior to the cbd.