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한국인 기관지 동맥에 관한 형태학적 연구

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 Morphological study of the Korean bronchial arteries 
Issue Date
1973
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의학과/석사
Abstract
[한글] Morphological study of the Korean bronchial arteries Tae Sang Chun Department of Medical Science, Graduate School, Yonser University (Directed by Prof. Kum Kuck Choi,M.D.) The bronchial arteries, which provide the nutrient supply to the lungs, have been studied in the normal gross anatomy and the pathology as well. The present study was made to observe the normal gross anatomy of the Korean bronchial arteries and to compare with the results obtained by other investigators in other nations. 114 Korean cadavers of both sexes consisting of 52 males and 62 females, which were arranged for dissection of the gross anatomy at Yonser University, College of Medicine, were used. The author has selected the specimens carefully to eliminate any unsuitable dissections performed for this study. In the types of both bronchial arteries by number, the Type 2, which was at least one bronchial artery to each lung, was observed in 57 out of 114 cases(about 49.99% in the incidence). The Type 2 showed the most frequent incidence in this category. A right bronchial artery frequently arised in common with an aortic posterior intercostal artery. One right bronchial artery arised in common with an aortic posterior intercostal artery was found in 61 out of 114 cases(about 53,5% in the incidence). The occurrence of one right bronchial artery arised from the first aortic posterior intercostal artery was 50 out or 61 cases(about 81.96% in the incidence). In the mode of origins of bronchial arteries in each body, all bronchial arteries arised independently of each other from the aorta and its branches, were found in 66 of 114 cases(about 57.86% in the incidence). In the remaining cases or 48 cases, 2 or more bronchial arteries arised from common stems which were tabulated in the Table 3. In the left sides of 114 cases 155 bronchial arteries were found by the author, Among them 139 bronchial arteries arised from the thoracic aorta(about 89.68% in the incidence) and 12 bronchial arteries arised from the aortic arch (about 7.74% in the incidence). In the right sides of 114 cases 150 bronchial arteries was observed. 79 out of 150 bronchial arteries arised from the thoracic aorta(about 52.65% in the incidence) and 9 bronchial arteries arised from the aortic arch(about 6% in the incidence). From the first aortic posterior intercostal arteries of the right side 52 bronchial arteries arised(about 34.67%), which were differed from those of the left in respect to sites of origin from the aorta. Consequently the author has made to compared the Korean results with those results obtained by others in other nations and realized that in some categories concerning the normal gross anatomy of the bronchial artery the results were not similar each other.
[영문] The bronchial arteries, which provide the nutrient supply to the lungs, have been studied in the normal gross anatomy and the pathology as well. The present study was made to observe the normal gross anatomy of the Korean bronchial arteries and to compare with the results obtained by other investigators in other nations. 114 Korean cadavers of both sexes consisting of 52 males and 62 females, which were arranged for dissection of the gross anatomy at Yonser University, College of Medicine, were used. The author has selected the specimens carefully to eliminate any unsuitable dissections performed for this study. In the types of both bronchial arteries by number, the Type 2, which was at least one bronchial artery to each lung, was observed in 57 out of 114 cases(about 49.99% in the incidence). The Type 2 showed the most frequent incidence in this category. A right bronchial artery frequently arised in common with an aortic posterior intercostal artery. One right bronchial artery arised in common with an aortic posterior intercostal artery was found in 61 out of 114 cases(about 53,5% in the incidence). The occurrence of one right bronchial artery arised from the first aortic posterior intercostal artery was 50 out or 61 cases(about 81.96% in the incidence). In the mode of origins of bronchial arteries in each body, all bronchial arteries arised independently of each other from the aorta and its branches, were found in 66 of 114 cases(about 57.86% in the incidence). In the remaining cases or 48 cases, 2 or more bronchial arteries arised from common stems which were tabulated in the Table 3. In the left sides of 114 cases 155 bronchial arteries were found by the author, Among them 139 bronchial arteries arised from the thoracic aorta(about 89.68% in the incidence) and 12 bronchial arteries arised from the aortic arch (about 7.74% in the incidence). In the right sides of 114 cases 150 bronchial arteries was observed. 79 out of 150 bronchial arteries arised from the thoracic aorta(about 52.65% in the incidence) and 9 bronchial arteries arised from the aortic arch(about 6% in the incidence). From the first aortic posterior intercostal arteries of the right side 52 bronchial arteries arised(about 34.67%), which were differed from those of the left in respect to sites of origin from the aorta. Consequently the author has made to compared the Korean results with those results obtained by others in other nations and realized that in some categories concerning the normal gross anatomy of the bronchial artery the results were not similar each other.
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