gastrosplenic


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Related to gastrosplenic: gastrosplenic omentum, gastrolienal

gas·tro·splen·ic

(gas'trō-splen'ik),
Relating to the stomach and spleen.
Synonym(s): gastrolienal

gastrosplenic

/gas·tro·splen·ic/ (gas″tro-splen´ik) pertaining to the stomach and spleen.

gastrosplenic

adjective Referring to the stomach and spleen.

gas·tro·splen·ic

(gas'trō-splen'ik)
Relating to the stomach and the spleen.
Synonym(s): gastrolienal.

gastrosplenic

pertaining to the stomach and spleen; gastrolienal.
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Three cases of the gastrosplenic and the hepatomesenteric trunks.
We found that the pancreatic body and tail carcinomas were all located within the pancreatic capsule and no sign of metastasis, normal liver, splenomegaly, and short gastric vein, gastroepiploic vein, gastric coronary vein dilated in gastrosplenic region.
The gastrosplenic ligament and all short gastric vessels were further divided by ultracision forceps.
Rio Branco reported that the gastrosplenic trunk occurred in 4% of the cadavers.
1970) observed a gastrosplenic trunk and the hepatic artery originating as separated branch from aorta, being the three arteries compressed by the median arcuate ligament.
Gastrosplenic fistula resulting from erosion of a primary splenic lymphoma is a rare cause of massive upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage associated with benign peptic ulcer disease, gastric Crohn's disease, gastric adenocarcinoma, and primary gastric and splenic lymphomas.
GASTROSPLENIC FISTULA is a rare cause of upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
Gastrointestinal hemorrhage from a gastrosplenic fistula is a rare occurrence.
The congenital form results from a lack of development of the primary ligamentous attachments of the spleen: the gastrosplenic, splenorenal, splenocolic splenophrenic, splenopancreatic, presplenic fold, pancreaticocolic, and phrenocolic ligaments (4).
3), and runs parallel to the primary splenic pedicle for about 5 cms before subsequently joining it in the gastrosplenic ligament.
The most common location is hilum of the spleen in gastrosplenic ligament (50%), but may be found behind the tail of pancreas (30%) or rarely within greater omentum of the stomach, mesentery of the small intestine, mesocolon, pancreas, (7) kidney (8) and pelvis as an adnexal mass.
Sridhar Varma et al (7) reported a common celiaco-mesentric trunk which divided into hepatomesentric and gastrosplenic trunk.