Paper Title
Unusual Case Of Hepatomesenteric Trunk

This case-report describes the presence of hepato-mesenteric trunk instead of classical celiac and superior mesenteric arteries in a 66 years old male cadaver during routine dissection in anatomy lab at our institution. The celiac trunk showed two classical branches, the splenic and left gastric and the common hepatic artery took origin from the superior mesenteric artery. Knowledge of variations concerning the celiac trunk and superior mesenteric arteries are of great importance for surgical approaches like pancreaticodudenectomy, liver transplantation and arterial chemotherapy infusion treatment of hepatic and pancreatic tumors. Keywords - Hepato Mesenteric Trunk, Gastrosplenic Trunk, Celiac Trunk Variation.