ASPDA–AIPDA territory. ASPD arteriogram (A) demonstrates ASPDA anastomosis with AIPDA. On axial image of CTA of the ASPDA (B) and sagittal reconstruction image (C), contrast medium is distributed in the anterior two-thirds of the inferior pancreatic head. Distribution of the contrast in the inferior tip of the pancreas head is well-demonstrated on the reconstructed sagittal image. Arrows indicate the margin of the pancreatic head.
In cases in which only the PSPDA–PIPDA was demonstrated on
super-selective arteriogram (because of poor anastomosis between
the anterior and posterior arcade), a small area of the posterior
one-third was enhanced (Fig. 9).
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