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What is the blood supply to the anterior abdominal wall

1) superior epigastric artery
2) inferior epigastric artery
3) lumbar arteries
4) deep circumflex iliac artery

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The superior epigastric artery is a branch of what artery?

From the internal thoracic artery

2

The inferior epigastric artery is a branch of what artery?

From the external iliac artery

3

The lumbar arteries are branches from where?

The abdominal aorta

4

The deep circumflex iliac artery is a branch from where?

The external iliac artery

5

Where is the testicular artery located within?

The spermatic cord

6

What is the name of the extensive network of veins, which makes up the bulk of the spermatic cord?

Pampiniform plexus of veins

7

The pampiniform plexus of veins join together at the deep inguinal ring to become the?

Testicular vein

8

Where does left testicular vein drain?

Left renal vein

9

Where does the right testicular vein drain?

Inferior vena cava

10

The artery to the ductus deferens is a branch from where?

It's a branch from the superior vesical artery

11

Where does the cremasteric artery branch from?

It branches from the inferior epigastric artery

12

What supplies the foregut?

Branches of the celiac trunk

13

What supplies the midgut?

Branches of the superior mesenteric artery

14

What supplies the hindgut?

Branches of the inferior mesenteric artery

15

What is the general blood supply to the stomach?

Branches of the celiac trunk (short gastric)

16

What are the branches of the celiac trunk?

1) Left gastric artery
2) splenic artery
3) common hepatic artery

17

The esophageal and gastric branches come from what artery?

The left gastric artery
Abdominal aorta---> celiac trunk---> left gastric

18

What artery runs along the lesser curvature within the lesser omentum?

Left gastric artery
Supplies stomach and esophagus

19

What artery runs posterior to the stomach, along the superior border of the pancreas?

Splenic artery
Largest branch of celiac trunk

20

What are the branches of the celiac trunk?

1) Pancreatic branches
2) short gastric arteries
3) left gastro-omental

21

What artery/arteries give off multiple branches to the pancreas?

Pancreatic branches
(Abdominal aorta---> celiac trunk---> splenic artery---> pancreatic branches)

22

What artery/arteries supply the fundus of the stomach?

Short gastric arteries
(Abdominal aorta---> celiac trunk---> splenic artery---> short gastric arteries)

23

What artery runs to the right along the greater curvature of these stomach within the greater omentum?

Left gastro-omental
Abdominal aorta---> celiac trunk---> splenic artery---> left gastro-omental)

24

What artery runs to the right along the superior Border of the pancreas?

Common hepatic
Abdominal aorta--> celiac trunk--> common hepatic artery

25

When does the common hepatic artery become the hepatic artery proper?

After it gives off the gastroduodenal artery

26

What artery descends behind the first part of the duodenum and gives off three branches?

Gastroduodenal artery

27

What are the branches of the common hepatic artery?

1) gastroduodenal artery
2) hepatic artery proper

28

What are the three branches of the gastroduodenal artery?

1) supraduodenal
2) right gastro-omental
3) superior pancreaticoduodenal

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What artery supplies the superior aspect of the duodenum?

Supraduodenal artery
(Abdominal aorta--> celiac trunk--> common hepatic--> gastroduodenal--> supraduodenal