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Replaced right hepatic artery and triplet right renal vein
Figure 1: Dissection of the upper part of the abdominal cavity showing the branches of the coeliac trunk and origin of right hepatic artery from the superior mesenteric artery. Left kidney has been removed. (SMA; superior mesenteric artery, RHA; right hepatic artery, CT; coeliac trunk, SA; splenic artery, CHA; common hepatic artery, RHA; right hepatic artery, GDA; gastroduodenal artery, LGA;  left gastric artery, LRA; left renal arteries, IVC; inferior vena cava, RK;  right kidney)
Bilateral variant testicular artery
Figure 1: Dissected specimen (right side) showing common origin of testicular artery (TA) above renal artery (RA) and inferior suprarenal artery (ISR). Left side specimen showing testicular artery (TA) springs from lower pre-hilar branch (ISA) of renal artery.
Higher bifurcation of brachial artery with abnormal superficial palmar arch
Figure 1: Showing the high origin of superficial ulnar artery. SUA: Superficial Ulnar artery; BA: Brachial artery; RA: Radial artery; CIA: Common Interosseous Artery.
Segmental agenesis of right vertebral artery
Figure:  1:  MR  non  contrast  angiogram  showing  (a) Right subclavian  artery  (b)  Right  vertebral  artery  arising  from right subclavian artery (c) Right vertebral artery terminating blindly at C2 vertebra (d) Left vertebral artery arising from left subclavian artery (e) Left subclavian artery.
Entrapment of popliteal artery
Fig. 1A&B: Digital substraction angiography of the right lower limb showing the stenotic segment of the right popliteal artery (white arrows), which is at the level of the right femorotibial joint (1A).  Distally, there are collaterals with evidence of narrowing of the posterior tibial artery (white arrow) and thrombus  within the proximal peroneal artery (white arrowhead).