Although variations in the urogenital vessels are relatively common, a rare case of asymmetric bilateral multiple renal arteries originating not only from the aorta but also from the testicular artery was found in a 75-year-old Korean male cadaver. Three renal arteries arose from the lateral aspect of the abdominal aorta on the right side and four from the left side. Two additional renal parenchymal branches originated from the left testicular artery, accompanied by a pair of veins out of the four testicular veins on the left side. Embryological development of the urogenital vessels is of particular importance for anatomists and clinicians.
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