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Flashcards in GI3 Deck (19):
1

What makes up the Portal Triad?

-Proper Hepatic Artery
-Common Bile Duct
-Portal Vein

2

What does the Falciform L. connect?

Liver to Anterior abdominal wall

3

What does the Hepatoduodenal L. connect?

Liver to Duodenum

4

What does the Gastrohepatic L. connect?

Liver to Lesser curvature of stomach

5

What does the Gastrocolic L. connect?

Greater curvature and Transverse colon

6

What does the Gastrosplenic L. connect?

Greater curvature and Spleen

7

What does the Spenorenal L. connect?

Spleen to Posterior abdominal wall

8

What structures are contained in the Falciform L.?

Ligamentum Teres Hepatis

9

Ligamentum Teres Hepatis is the derivative of what?

Fetal Umbilical V.

10

What structures are contained in the Hepatoduodenal L.?

Portal Triad:
-Hepatic A.
-Portal V.
-Common bile duct

11

What structures are contained in the Gastrohepatic L.?

Gastric AA.

12

What structures are contained in the Gastrocolic L.?

Gastroepiploic AA.

13

What structures are contained in the Gastrosplenic L.?

Short Gastrics &
Left Gastroepiploic vessels

14

What structures are contained in the Splenorenal L.?

Splenic A. & V.
Tail of the Pancrease

15

What ligament seperates the Greater and Lesser sacs on the Left?

Gastrosplenic L.

16

What ligament is part of the Greater Omentum?

Gastrocolic

17

Falciform L. is a derivative of what?

Ventral Mesentery

18

What is the Pringle Maneuver?

Hepatoduodenal L. may be compressed between thumb and index finger placed in omental foramen to control bleeding.

19

What ligament may be cut during surgery to access lesser sac?

Gastrohepatic L. (seperates greater and lesser sacs on right)