prepyloric vein


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pre·py·lor·ic vein

[TA]
a tributary of the right gastric vein that passes anterior to the pylorus at its junction with the duodenum.

pre·py·lor·ic vein

(prē'pī-lōr'ik vān) [TA]
A tributary of the right gastric vein that passes anterior to the pylorus at its junction with the duodenum.

Latarget,

André, French anatomist, 1877-1947.
Latarget nerve - terminal branch of anterior vagal trunk which runs along lesser curvature of the stomach. Synonym(s): superior hypogastric plexus
Latarget vein - a tributary of the right gastric vein that passes anterior to the pylorus at its junction with the duodenum. Synonym(s): prepyloric vein

Mayo,

William J., U.S. surgeon, 1861-1939.
Mayo operation - radical cure of umbilical hernia.
Mayo vein - Synonym(s): prepyloric vein