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1

where lesser curvature abruptly angles to right, body of stomach ends, and antrum begins

angularis incisura

2

where fundus forms with left margin of esophagus

angle of His

3

arterial blood supply to stomach

main arteries: L and R gastric along lesser curvature

L and R gastroepiploic arteries along greater curvature

also inferior phrenic and short gastric along proximal stomach

4

about what percentage of aberrant left hepatic originate from left gastric

15-20%

5

largest artery to stomach

L gastric

6

generally, maximal number of arteries that can be ligated, if arcades along greater and lesser curvatures are intact, for stomach to survive with enough blood flow

3 of 4 main arteries

7

venous drainage of stomach

L gastric (coronary) and R gastric veins drain into portal vein usually.  L gastroepiploic drains into splenic vein. R gastroepiploic drains into SMV.

8

what happens to L and R vagus at GEJ?

L vagus becomes anterior, R becomes posterior (LARP)

9

Extrinsinc parasympathetic and sympathetic innervation of stomach

PS via vagus, S via celiac plexus

10

Where SNS supply to stomach originates from?

T5 to T10 (travels in splanchnic n to celiac ganglion)

11

vagus that gives off hepatic branch to liver and continues along lesser curvature as anterior n. of Latarjet?

L vagus

12

nerve giving off branch to celiac plexus, and continuing posteriorly along lesser curvature

R vagus