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Knowledge of variations in the origin of gastroduodenal artery is important for the procedure of hepatic arterial chemotherapy. We describe a rare variation in the origin of gastroduodenal artery. In a male cadaver, the gastroduodenal artery originating from the celiac trunk passed anterior to portal vein over the upper border of head of pancreas and divided into the right gastroepiploic and superior pancreaticoduodenal arteries. These types of arterial variations require complete preoperative evaluation in various surgical procedures.