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Anat Cell Biol 2022; 55(4): 525-528

Published online December 31, 2022

https://doi.org/10.5115/acb.21.211E

Copyright © Korean Association of ANATOMISTS.

Prevalence and clinical relevance of the anatomical variations of suprarenal arteries: a review

Ananya Priya1, Ravi Kant Narayan2, Sanjib Kumar Ghosh1

1Department of Anatomy, All India Institute of Medical Science, Patna, 2Department of Anatomy, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Institute of Medical Sciences, Port Blair, India

This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

This corrects the article "Prevalence and clinical relevance of the anatomical variations of suprarenal arteries: a review" in volume 55 on page 28.

In the version of this article originally published, there was an error in Table 1. “843 fetuses” should be replaced by “168 fetuses”. The corrected version of Table 1 is included below. The corrected part is underlined.

Table 1 . Incidence of variant origin of suprarenal arteries

Authors (year)Population/regionNo. and type of specimensVariations
Superior suprarenal arteriesMiddle suprarenal arteriesInferior suprarenal arteries
RLRLRL
Dobbie and Symington (1966) [16]Scotland20 autopsies of human adults, 50 adult patientsS: 100%M: 100%I: 100%
Lamarque et al. (1973) [14]France255 total aortography, 373 selective arteriography of suprarenal glandS: 100%-
  • I: 51.5%

  • Iab: 48.5%

  • I: 44%

  • Iab: 56%

Toni et al. (1988) [15]Italy100 abdominal angiographies
  • S: 92%

  • SCT: 5%

  • SAA: 3%

  • S: 79%

  • SAA: 16%

  • SIC: 3%

  • SCT: 2%

  • M: 91%

  • MCT: 4%

  • MIP: 3%

  • MRA: 2%

  • M: 99%

  • MCT: 1%

  • I: 96%

  • IPR: 2%

  • IAA: 2%

  • I: 95%

  • IAA: 5%

Bianchi and Ferrari (1991) [4]Argentina50 fetusesS: 100%
  • S: 96%

  • SCT: 4%

  • M: 68%

  • MIP: 32%

  • M: 68%

  • MIP: 20%

  • MCT: 12%

  • I: 60%

  • I+IGA: 12%

  • ISPA: 4%

  • ISPA+IGA: 12%

  • IAA: 4%

  • IGA: 4%

  • IAGA: 4%

  • I: 40%

  • IAA: 24%

  • IGA: 8%

  • I+IGA: 8%

  • IAGA: 4%

  • IGA+IAGA: 4%

  • I+ISPA: 4%

  • IAA+ISPA: 4%

  • I SPA+IGA: 4%

Pityński et al. (1998) [3]Poland40 fetusesS: 100%
  • S: 95%

  • S+SAA: 5%

  • M: 32.5%

  • MIP: 27.5%

  • M+MIP: 15%

  • MRA: 17.5%

  • MGA: 7.5%

  • M: 47.5%

  • MIP: 17.5%

  • M+MSSA: 2.5%

  • M+MIP: 22.5%

  • MRA: 7.5%

  • MGA: 2.5%

  • I: 55%

  • I+IAA: 25%

  • I+ISPA: 5%

  • I+IGA: 7.5%

  • I+IGA+IAA: 2.5%

  • I+IAA+ISPA: 2.5%

  • ISMA: 2.5%

  • I: 47.5%

  • I+IAA: 32.5%

  • I+ISPA: 2.5%

  • I+IGA: 12.5%

  • I+IGA+IAA: 10%

  • I+IGA+ISPA: 5%

Manso and DiDio (2000) [12]Brazil30 pairs of suprarenal glands
  • S: 86.7%

  • SCT: 6.7%

  • SAA: 3.3%

  • SAA+SISA: 3.3%

  • S: 83.3%

  • SCT: 6.7%

  • SAA: 10%

  • M: 53.3%

  • MIP: 26.7%

  • MSSA: 3.3%

  • MISA: 6.7%

  • MSMA: 3.3%

  • MRA: 3.3%

  • MCT: 3.3%

  • MAA: 46.7%

  • MIP: 26.7%

  • MSSA: 10.0%

  • MISA: 6.7%

  • MSMA: 3.3%

  • MRA: 3.3%

  • MCT: 3.3%

  • MRA: 3.3%

  • I: 70%

  • IAA: 26.7%

  • IAA+ISSA: 3.3%

  • I: 50%

  • IAA: 36.7%

  • ISPA: 3.3%

  • IIPA: 3.3%

  • IGA: 6.6%

Yalçin et al. (2004) [29]Turkey25 years old female cadaver-MCTI
Cimen et al. (2007) [30]Turkey45 years old male cadaver-MRAMI-
Deepthinath et al. (2006) [31]South Indian45 years old male cadaver-MRAMCTI-
Dutta (2010) [5]North Indian68 human cadaversS: 100%
  • S: 76%

  • SAA: 18%

  • SSA: 6%

  • M: 53%

  • MARA: 18%

  • Absent: 29%

  • M: 94%

  • MARA: 6%

  • I: 76%

  • IGA: 18%

  • IAA: 6%

  • I: 59%

  • IGA: 6%

  • Absent: 35%

Oztürk et al. (2010) [24]Turkey50 years old male cadaverAbsentMIAA
Jyothsna et al. (2012) [36]South Indian55 years old male cadaver---IAA
Chakravarthi (2014) [21]South IndianMiddle-aged male cadaverSAASAAMM--
Sushma et al. (2014) [17]South Indian20 cadaversS: 100%S: 100%
  • M: 80%

  • MRA: 10%

  • MARA: 5%

  • MIP: 5%

  • M: 90%

  • MIP: 5%

  • MCT: 5%

  • I: 90%

  • IARA: 5%

  • IIP: 5%

  • I: 90%

  • IARA: 10%

Sarkar et al. (2014) [18]Northeast India54 years old male cadaverSSCTMAbsentII
Ahmed et al. (2015) [20]South Indian25 adult and 50 fetal cadavers
  • S: 88%

  • Sab: 12%

  • M: 93.34%

  • Mab: 6.66%

  • I: 93.34%

  • Iab: 6.66%

Lakshmi and Dhoot (2016) [6]North Indian15 adult human cadaversS: 100%S: 100%
  • M: 83.33%

  • MARA: 13.33%

  • MRA: 3.33%

  • M: 96.66%

  • MCT: 3.33%

  • I: 83.33%

  • IARA: 16.66%

  • I: 66.66%

  • IARA: 33.33%

Shanthakumar et al. (2016) [19]South Indian58 years old male cadaverS-M-IIGA
Olewnik et al. (2018) [22]Poland64 years old male cadaverSRAAbsentI
Greeff et al. (2019) [27]South African50 fetuses
  • S: 98%

  • Absent: 2%

  • S: 98%

  • Absent: 2%

  • M: 18%

  • MRA: 62%

  • Absent: 20%

  • M: 34%

  • MRA: 26%

  • Absent: 40%

  • I: 90%

  • IAA: 10%

  • I: 92%

  • IAA: 6%

  • IARA: 2%

Vinitha and Parthasarathy (2020) [37]South Indian48 cadavers
  • S: 81.33%

  • SAA: 16.67%

  • SCT: 2%

  • M: 98%

  • Absent: 2%

  • I: 98%

  • IAA: 2%

Xu et al. (2020) [42]Chinese168 fetuses-
  • M: 89.2%

  • Absent: 10.79%

-
South Indiana)147
  • S: 86.8%

  • SAA: 6.2%

  • SCT: 0.8%

  • Sab: 6.2%

  • M: 92.8%

  • Mabsent: 0.7%

  • MAB: 3.4%

  • MRA: 1%

  • MARA: 0.3%

  • MCT: 0.7%

  • MIP: 0.7%

  • I: 92.9%

  • IAA: 1%

  • IARA: 10.2%

  • IIP: 0.3%

  • Iab: 3.4%

  • IGA: 0.3%

North Indianb)83
  • S: 90.4%

  • SAA: 7.2%

  • SSA: 2.4%

  • M: 76%

  • MARA: 11%

  • MCT: 0.4%

  • MRA: 0.4%

  • Absent: 12%

  • I: 73.5%

  • IGA: 9.7%

  • IAA: 2.4%

  • IARA: 4.7%

  • Iabsent: 9.7%

Caucasiansc)919
  • S: 97.5%

  • SAA: 1.3%

  • SCT: 0.8%

  • SIC: 0.1%

  • SAA+SISA: 0.1%

  • S+SAA: 0.1%

  • SRA: 0.1%

  • M: 93.5%

  • Mabsent: 0.1%

  • MIP: 3.4%

  • MSSA: 0.2%

  • MISA: 0.2%

  • MSMA: 0.1%

  • MRA: 0.7%

  • MCT: 0.7%

  • M+MSSA: 0.1%

  • M+MIP: 0.8%

  • MGA: 0.2%

  • I: 57.7%

  • Iab: 35.7%

  • IIPA: 0.05%

  • IPR: 0.1%

  • IAA: 2.06%

  • I+IGA: 0.9%

  • ISPA: 0.2%

  • IGA: 0.4%

  • ISPA+IGA: 0.4%

  • IAGA: 0.2%

  • IGA+IAGA: 0.1%

  • I+ISPA: 0.3%

  • IAA+ISSA: 0.1%

  • I+IAA: 1.3%

  • I+ISSA: 0.05%

  • I+IGA+IAA: 0.2%

  • I+IAA+ISPA: 0.05%

  • I+IGA+ISPA: 0.1%

Turkishd)3
  • S: 66.7%

  • Absent: 33.3%

  • M: 66.7%

  • MCT: 33.3%

  • MRA: 33.3%

  • I: 66.7%

  • IAA: 33.3%

The subscript in the table is denoting the origin of the respective arteries: ab, abnormal origin; AA, abdominal aorta; CT, coeliac trunk; IC, intercostal artery; IP, inferior phrenic artery; RA, renal artery; PR, polar renal artery; GA, gonadal artery; SPA, superior polar artery; AGA, accessory gonadal artery; SMA, superior mesenteric artery; ISA, inferior suprarenal artery; SSA, superior suprarenal artery; IPA, inferior polar artery; SA, splenic artery; ARA, accessory renal artery. a)Average results for the South Indian population include Deepthinath et al. (2006) [31], Jyothsna et al. (2012) [36], Chakravarthi (2014) [21], Sushma et al. (2014) [17], Ahmed et al. (2015) [20], Shanthakumar et al. (2016) [19], Vinitha and Parthasarathy (2020) [37]. b)Average results for North Indian population include Dutta (2010) [5], Lakshmi and Dhoot (2016) [6]. c)Average results for Caucasian population include Dobbie and Symington (1966) [16], Lamarque et al. (1973) [14], Toni et al. (1988) [15], Bianchi and Ferrari (1991) [4], Pityński et al. (1998) [3], Manso and DiDio (2000) [12], Olewnik et al. (2018) [22]. d)Average results for Turkish population includes Yalçin et al. (2004) [29], Cimen et al. (2007) [30], Oztürk et al. (2010) [24]. R, right; L, left; S, normal origin of superior suprarenal artery; M, normal origin of middle suprarenal artery; I, normal origin of inferior suprarenal artery.



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