The Diagnostic Role of the Marginal
Vacuoles in FNAC of Solitary
Dr. Anshu Gupta,
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology,
R- 13/27, Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad,
Pin-201002, U.P., India.
Anomalous blood vessels are important from the clinical aspects such as hydronephrosis, Varicocele leading to risk of infarction of kidney during renal transplant surgeries. Here, we report a case series of 30 cadavers of male and female aged between 40-80 years in the Department of Anatomy of a tertiary care institute in Bangalore, India. In three male cadavers, there was a variation in right testicular artery arising from abdominal aorta above the right renal artery later coursing downward, giving a branch to right kidney (10%). In another two male cadavers, right testicular artery (6.6%) was arising as branch of abdominal aorta above the right renal artery later coursing downward giving branch to right suprarenal gland and also observed right accessory renal artery branch of abdominal aorta arising below superior mesenteric artery and coursing upward to lower pole of right kidney. Observed in two male cadaver, inferior phrenic artery was arising as a common trunk from abdominal aorta above the main renal vessels and coursing laterally upward to diaphragm (6.6%). All the other branches of abdominal aorta and venous drainage were normal in the dissection of cadavers. The knowledge of these variations of arteries are essential before performing any transplantation surgeries, thus one can avoid the complications during uroradiological interventions.