right gastric artery


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right gas·tric ar·ter·y

[TA]
origin, hepatic; distribution, pyloric portion of stomach on the lesser curvature; anastomoses, left gastric.
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right gas·tric ar·te·ry

(rīt gas'trik ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, hepatic; distribution, pyloric portion of stomach on the lesser curvature; anastomoses, left gastric.
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right gastric artery

A branch of the common hepatic artery that runs along the lesser curvature of the stomach, beginning in the pyloric region, and that meets and anastomoses with the left gastric artery.
See also: artery
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1: gastroduodenal artery, 2: right gastroepiploic artery, 3: superior posterior pancreaticoduodenal artery, 4: superior duodenal artery, 5: right gastric artery, 6: right gastroepiploic artery, 7: proper hepatic artery, 8: common hepatic artery, 9: superior anterior pancreaticoduodenal artery, 10: pancreas, 11: liver, 12: stomach, and 13: common bile duct.
Caption: Figure 6: A: abdominal aorta; 1: celiac trunk, 2: left gastric artery, 3: accessory left gastric artery, 4: second left gastroepiploic artery, 5: second posterior gastric artery, 6: terminal branches of the splenic arteries, 7: splenic arteries, 8: left gastroepiploic artery, 9: posterior gastric artery, 10: right gastroepiploic artery, 11: superior anteriorpancreaticoduodenal artery, 12: gastroduodenal artery, 13: posterior superior pancreaticoduodenal artery, 14: right gastric artery, 15: superior duodenal artery, 16: left hepatic artery, 17: accessory left hepatic artery, 18: intermediate hepatic artery, 19: cystic artery, 20: right hepatic artery, 21: proper hepatic artery, and 22: common hepatic artery.
Replaced cystic artery originated in 1 (1.4%) case, accessory cystic artery and accessory right hepatic artery originated in 2 (2.8%) cases and replaced right gastric artery originated in 8 (11.4%) cases from common hepatic artery.
In the pattern of the bifurcation type of the hepatic artery (43.33%, Fig.2), which is free from collateral branches (first type), there is a characterised distribution by a right branch that is the gastroduodenal artery, and a left branch from where some trunks originate which irrigate in an extremely variable way the six lobes of the liver, the gall bladder (cystic artery) and the stomach, where it then branches off in the right gastric artery.