gastric arteries


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gas·tric ar·ter·ies

arteries supplying the stomach along the lesser curvature. See: left gastric artery, right gastric artery.

gas·tric ar·te·ries

(gas'trik ahr'tĕr-ēz)
Arteries supplying the stomach along the lesser curvature.
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Good Doppler signals were found along the left and right gastric arteries and along the short gastric vessels.
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The abundant natural collateral vascular system of the stomach allows sacrifice of both right and left gastric arteries as well as the left gastroepiploic artery, allowing the stomach to function on the pedicle of the right gastroepiploic artery alone.