Draw to Know it - Branches of Celiac Artery and Blood Supply of Stomach

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[starttext]Abdominal aorta extends from aortic opening of diaphragm at the level of lower border of T12 to lower part of body of L4.
Branches of Abdominal Aorta:

Ventral branches (unpaired): supply gut
1. Celiac trunk
2. Superior mesenteric artery
3. Inferior mesenteric artery

Lateral branches (paired): supply viscera derived from intermediate mesoderm
4. Inferior phrenic arteries
5. Middle suprarenal arteries
6. Renal arteries
7. Gonadal arteries

Dorsal branches: supply body wall
8. 4 pairs of lumbar arteries
9. Median sacral artery (unpaired)

Terminal branches: supply pelvis and lower limbs
10. A Pair of Common iliac arteries

Celiac Artery and Its Branches:
- supplies all derivatives of foregut lying in the abdomen
- arises from the ventral part of abdominal aorta at the level of T12-L1


Branches:

1. Splenic artery:
a. Pancreatic branches
b. 5 to 7 Short gastric branches
c. Left gastroepiploic artery

2. Left gastric artery: ends by anastomosing with right gastric artery
a. 2 to 3 esophageal branches
b. Numerous gastric branches

3. Common hepatic artery:
a. Gastroduodenal artery: Pancreaticoduodenal and Right gastroepiploic arteries
b. Right gastric artery
c. Supraduodenal artery
d. Left hepatic artery
e. Right hepatic artery: gives cystic artery to gall bladder

Blood Supply of Stomach:

  1. Right and Left Gastroepiploic arteries
  2. Right and Left Gastric atrteries
  3. 5 to 7 Short Gastric Arteries
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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS! VERY VERY HELPFUL!!

Anonymous said...

thank u......waiting for more videos of arterial supply

Anonymous said...

Excellent visual. Thank you

Anonymous said...

Great video! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

A very helpful presentation. Made learning easy. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

do you have video for superior mesentric artery and inferior mesentric artery?

Anonymous said...

A very simplified version of the complicated celiac artery i wish location would be given

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We'll try to come up wuth Superior and inferior mesenteric artery videos

Anonymous said...

Very usefull indeed.thank you :)

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