Definition of Cystic artery
1. Noun. A branch of the hepatic artery; supplies the gall bladder and the surface of the liver.
Medical Definition of Cystic artery
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Literary usage of Cystic artery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1920)
"Relation of the single cystic artery to the main hepatic ducts. A, In 71 per cent the cystic artery arises to the right of the main hepatic duct. ..."
2. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1879)
"The gall-bladder was found to receive branches of supply from no other source; so that in this case the cystic artery was derived from the superior ..."
3. The Surgical Clinics of North America by Robert E. Hermann, Avram M. Cooperman (1921)
"The first clamp may or may not take in the cystic artery. If it does not, the cystic artery is grasped independently. If any stone is found in the cystic ..."
4. Cunningham's Manual of Practical Anatomy by Daniel John Cunningham, Arthur Robinson (1914)
"The liver is seen in the upper and right portion of the abdominal cavity, with the gall-bladder and the cystic artery on the inferior surface of its right ..."
5. Operative surgery, for students and practitioners by John Joseph McGrath (1921)
"The cystic duct and the immediately adjacent cystic artery and vein are freely ... The cystic artery and vein are usually included in the grasp of the clamp ..."