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Correspondence: Dr Satheesha Nayak B, firstname.lastname@example.org
Multiple variations of the right renal and testicular vessels were found during routine dissection in a 65-year-old male cadaver. The cadaver was healthy and did not have any other anomalies. The variations found were: presence of three right renal arteries, origin of the right inferior suprarenal artery from the middle right renal artery, two right renal veins, origin of the right testicular artery from the inferior right renal artery and the termination of the right testicular vein into the right renal vein. A sound knowledge of vascular variations in relation to the right kidney and right suprarenal gland is important in kidney transplantation and suprarenal surgery.
Keywords: renal artery variants, renal vascular variations, renal vein variants, testicular artery variants, testicular vein variants, vascular variations
Singapore Med J 2008; 49(6): e153-e155