gastric artery


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gastric artery

The left or the right gastric artery, , or a short gastric artery.
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The distal part of the first root forms the left gastric artery (LGA), the distal part of the second root forms the splenic artery (SA), and the distal part of the third root forms the common hepatic artery (CHA).
The length of the coeliac trunk was concise, or it can be considered as the hepatic proper and the left gastric artery bifurcating from the coeliac trunk.
Catheter-directed gastric artery chemical embolization for modulation of systemic ghrelin levels in a porcine model: initial experience.
Compared with those who had embolisation of a different artery, patients who had their left gastric artery blocked dropped from an average weight of 189.
Gastric artery embolization has been used for decades for other purposes, including treating hemorrhage in the upper gastrointestinal tract and reducing the side effects of chemotherapy for advanced liver cancer.
In present study, the minimum length between coeliac trunk and left gastric artery was 0.
One limb of the T was the right gastric artery and the other gave off the hepatic artery proper and continued as the gastroduodenal and pancreatico-duodenal system, as usual.
Ruptured intracystic pseudoaneurysm of the left gastric artery, which complicated pancreatitis
Subsequently, the distal part of the 1st root formed the left gastric artery, the distal part of the 2nd root formed the splenic artery, the distal part of the 3rd root formed the common hepatic artery and the distal part of the 4th root formed the superior mesenteric artery.
In patients with arcuate ligament compression syndrome, it was demonstrated that the diaphragmatic orifice crosses the celiac trunk in front of aorta, this vessel being involved by the abnormally tight diaphragmatic arcade close to the left gastric artery (Olivier et al.
1) Its branches are left gastric artery, common hepatic artery and splenic artery which supply primary organs of supracolic compartments.