GDA

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Related to gastroduodenal artery: celiac trunk, Right gastroepiploic artery
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GDAGuideline Daily Amount
GDAGrupo de Diarios de América (Spanish)
GDAGlobal Development Alliance (USAID)
GDAGreen Day Authority (band fan site)
GDAGesamtverband der Aluminiumindustrie (German: General Association of Aluminium Industry)
GDAGlobal Document Annotation
GDAGroupement de Développement Agricole (French: Agricultural Development Group)
GDAGreen Deal Advisor
GDAGreenwich Dance Agency (England)
GDAGuide Dogs Association (various locations)
GDAGeorgia Dental Association
GDAGhaziabad Development Authority (UP, Noida, Delhi)
GDAGroup Destination Address
GDAGeneric Design Assessment (UK)
GDAGlobal Directory Agent
GDAGastroduodenal Artery
GDAGlobal Distribution Alliance (logistics service)
GDAGray Design Associates (games)
GDAGlobal Data Area
GDAGeodetic Datum of Australia
GDAGimbal Drive Actuator/Assembly
GDAGeorgia Dietetic Association
GDAGenesys Deployment Agent
GDAGroupe Départemental Ambulances (French: Departmental Ambulances Group)
GDAGeneric Data Access
GDAGood Deal Alert
GDAGimballed Dish Antenna
GDAGrand Democratic Alliance (Pakistan)
GDAGlucose Disposal Agent (nutrition)
GDAGovernment Designated Authority
GDAGerman Draughts Association
GDAGonzaga Dramatic Association (Washington, DC)
GDAGuaranteed Deposit Account
GDAGovernment Design Activity
GDAGraphic Display Adapter
GDAGoal Directed Activity
GDAGround Defence Area (various nations)
GDAGroepering van de Autodealers en Agenten
GDAGun Damage Assessment
GDAGosh Darn Acronyms
GDAGabor Difference Analysis
GDAGround Disturbance Area
GDAGlobal Destination Address
GDAGeographically Discriminatory Arrangement (trade policy)
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1: common hepatic artery, 2: proper hepatic artery, 3: gastroduodenal artery, 4: left hepatic artery, 5: right hepatic artery, 6: accessory left hepatic artery, 7: intermediate hepatic artery, 8: superior posterior pancreaticoduodenal artery, 9: superior duodenal artery, 10: right gastric artery, 11: right gastroepiploic artery, 12: liver, 13: duodenum, 14: cystic artery, 15: hepatic duct, 16: cystic duct, and 17: common bile duct.
In one patient, a gastrectomy was performed; in the second, coiling of the gastroduodenal artery was performed, terminating the GIB permanently.
D) Detail of the content of the dissected hepatoduodenal ligament, showing the side-to-side anastomosis (arrow) between the aberrant branch (3) and the gastroduodenal artery (11).
KEY WORDS: Aneurysm, Gastroduodenal artery, Embolization, Angiography.
A post-embolisation angiogram confirmed successful complete occlusion of the gastroduodenal artery and absence of blood flow in the pseudoaneurysm (Fig.
Usual collateral vessels are seen between celiac trunk and SMA via gastroduodenal artery and pancreatic arch.
[sup][7] There is significant clinical liver transplantation data in Liver Transplantation Center, Beijing You'an Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University, demonstrating that reserving the initial part of the gastroduodenal artery in the donor liver reduces the incidence of NABS after liver transplantation.
It divides into hepatic artery proper and gastroduodenal artery. The hepatic artery proper passes through the right free margin of lesser omentum and enters the porta hepatis where it divides into a right and left branch.
Computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen revealed multiple vessels in and around the head and uncinate process of the pancreas with feeding arteries from gastroduodenal artery (GDA) and superior mesenteric artery (SMA), early filling of superior mesenteric and portal veins and dense pancreatic stain in arterial phase (Figures 1A-C).
The cholecystectomy is performed, the common and proper HAs are isolated, and the right gastric vessels and gastroduodenal artery are identified and clamped to make sure that the arterial flow either in hepatic or gastric arteries remains normal and there is no unrecognized CT stenosis.
Lee et al., "Obstructive jaundice due to compression of the common bile duct by right hepatic artery originated from gastroduodenal artery," The Korean Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
The collateral arteries originated from the SMA in 8 patients (72.7%), from the gastroduodenal artery in 2 patients (18.2%) and from the LGA in 1 patient (9.1%).