We read the article titled as ‘Multidetector CT of hepatic artery pathologies’ by Karaosmanoglu et al. (1), published in JBR–BTR (95: 345-349, 2012) with a great interest. This article will be a useful guide for radiologists in their future experiences. In the paper, MDCT angiography has been referred as a very fast and efficient method in identifying hepatic artery variations and pathologies for radiologists. The Authors conclude that MDCT gives both arterial and venous phase images in almost every plane that allows radiologists to inform the clinicians, more accurately and in a shorter time.