Short gastric arteries
|Artery: Short gastric arteries|
|The celiac artery and its branches; the stomach has been raised and the peritoneum removed. (Short gastric visible at center right.)|
|Latin||arteriae gastricae breves|
|Gray's||subject #154 606|
|Supplies||Greater curvature of the stomach|
The short gastric arteries consist of from five to seven small branches, which arise from the end of the splenic artery, and from its terminal divisions.
They pass from left to right, between the layers of the gastrolienal ligament, and are distributed to the greater curvature of the stomach, anastomosing with branches of the left gastric and left gastroepiploic arteries.
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Arteries of torso - abdomen
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