gastric artery


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Related to gastric artery: arteria gastrica dextra
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Noun1.gastric artery - the arteries that supply the walls of the stomach
arteria, arterial blood vessel, artery - a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
ateria gastrica dextra, right gastric artery - a branch of the hepatic artery that supplies the pyloric portion of the stomach on the lesser curvature
arteria gastrica sinistra, left gastric artery - a branch of the celiac artery that supplies the lesser curvature of the stomach and the abdominal part of the esophagus
arteria gastrica breves, short gastric artery, vasa brevis - several small arteries branching off of the splenic artery and going to the greater curvature of the stomach
stomach, tum, tummy, breadbasket - an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion
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If the acquisition parameters and timing of the contrast bolus are optimised, this resolution even allows visualisation of a tiny artery.6,7 In classical anatomical arterial pattern, coeliac axis gives rise to left gastric artery (LGA) and then bifurcates into splenic artery and common hepatic artery (CHA).
The procedure is called left gastric artery embolization.
[USA], Nov 27(ANI): Turns out, a novel interventional procedure known as left gastric artery embolisation, which is generally used to treat obesity, leads to the loss of both fat and muscle.
Left gastric artery pseudoaneurysm as a sequelae of chronic pancreatitis: recognizing a life-threatening complication.
Among visceral artery aneurysms, left gastric artery aneurysms are rare (1).
Bleeding from the left gastric artery was detected by angiography during the active bleeding period in the patient in whom the bleeding source could not be detected by endoscopy.
The other 6 collateral circulations (6/22, 27.3%) were found in the arc of Buhler, splenic artery, jejunal artery, omental artery, hepatic artery, and left gastric artery.
Systematic removal of LN station numbers 7 (left gastric artery), 8a and 8p (common hepatic artery), 9 (celiac artery), 11 (splenic artery), 12a and 12p/b (hepatoduodenal ligament), 13 (retropancreatic), and 14v (superior mesenteric vein) was performed, whereas station 10 (splenic hilum) was removed optionally.
The celiac trunk branched into two vessels: the left gastric artery and a hepatosplenic trunk, which further divided into splenic and common hepatic arteries (Figure 1).
Open surgery using an anterior approach, a short gastric artery, and left gastro-epiploic artery attachment increase the risk of splenic infarction.
Two trunks arose separately from a very short CMT: 1) the gastro-splenic trunk divided into the left gastric artery and the splenic artery; and 2) the hepatomesenteric trunk divided into the common hepatic artery and the superior mesenteric artery.
The other observed variants are the left gastric artery arising from the abdominal aorta (Figure-3), a very small common hepatic artery bifurcating immediately into the hepatic proper and the gastroduodenal artery (Figure-4) and common coeliac-mesenteric trunk (Figure-3) in 1% each (Figure-5).