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This animation shows the development of the blood vessel associated with the kidneys using the classical "ladder theory" that has been recently disproven as the mesonephric arteries are completely eliminated before metanephric development.{{#pmid:26335195|PMID26335195}}
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Classical ladder theory - "the mesonephric arteries have a segmental arrangement and persist after regression of the mesonephros, with some of these vessels becoming definitive renal arteries. To avoid interruption of blood flow, such a vascular switching would require an intermediate stage in which two or more segmental mesonephric arteries are connected to a definitive renal artery."
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:'''Links:'''  [[Media:Renal blood 01.mp4|MP4 version]] | [[Gonad_Blood_Supply_Development|Gonad Blood Supply]] | [[Renal System Development]] | [[Cardiovascular System Development]]
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This animation shows the development of the blood vessel associated with the kidneys using the classical "ladder theory" that has been recently disproven as the mesonephric arteries are completely eliminated before metanephric development.[1]


Classical ladder theory - "the mesonephric arteries have a segmental arrangement and persist after regression of the mesonephros, with some of these vessels becoming definitive renal arteries. To avoid interruption of blood flow, such a vascular switching would require an intermediate stage in which two or more segmental mesonephric arteries are connected to a definitive renal artery."


Links: MP4 version | Gonad Blood Supply | Renal System Development | Cardiovascular System Development

References

  1. Hinata N, Suzuki R, Ishizawa A, Miyake H, Rodriguez-Vazquez JF, Murakami G & Fujisawa M. (2015). Fetal development of the mesonephric artery in humans with reference to replacement by the adrenal and renal arteries. Ann. Anat. , 202, 8-17. PMID: 26335195 DOI.



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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, September 20) Embryology Renal Blood Supply Movie. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Renal_Blood_Supply_Movie

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