aberrant hepatic artery
Definition: relatively common accessory or replaced right or left hepatic artery; although many varieties exist, the most common source of an aberrant right hepatic artery is the superior mesenteric artery; the most common source of an aberrant left hepatic artery is the left gastric artery.
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