Where do the right and left gastric arteries come from?
The right gastric artery comes from the proper hepatic artery.
The left gastric artery comes off the celiac trunk.
Both (indirectly) come from the celiac trunk.
What are the primary branches of the proper hepatic artery?
The right and left hepatic arteries.
The right gastric artery.
What are the main branches of the splenic artery?
Short gastric arteries.
Left gastro-omental artery.
Posterior Gastric arteries (not shown).
What are the branches of the left gastric artery?
Esophageal arteries – then the left gastric anastomosis with the right gastric along the lesser curvature of the stomach.
Which artery does the cystic artery usually come off of?
Right hepatic artery.
What are the primary branches of the gastroduodenal artery?
The superior pancreaticoduodenal artery.
Right gastro-omental artery.
Where does the superior pancreaticoduodenal artery come from?
The gastroduodenal artery – from the common hepatic artery – from the celiac trunk.
What are the 3 main branches of the celiac trunk?
Common hepatic artery.
Left gastric artery.
Is the common hepatic artery intra- or retroperitoneal?
The common hepatic artery passes to the right from the celiac trunk retroperitoneally.
The proper hepatic artery runs through what ligament?
The hepatoduodenal ligament of the lesser omentum.