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. In this image, the upper and lower boundary of station A2 are seen as the upper border of the celiac artery (CAL) (orange line) and lower border of left renal vein (LRV) (blue line). The lymph node (LN) belonging to station 16A2 lies below the CAL and above the lower margin of LRV anterior to the aorta. Although the LNs lie posterior to the pancreas, the location near the aorta places them in para-aortic group

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Celiac Artery Stenosis Symptoms

This diagram shows the many different layers of human body anatomy, from bone to muscle, organs, and, finally, skin. (Reproduced by permission of Photo Researchers, Inc.)

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Abdominal aorta and celiac artery angiogram (x-ray)

Blood should flow through the celiac artery at a steady rate, but in the case of Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome (MALS) there is a ligament constricting

There is severe celiac artery stenosis. the second waveform is a visualization of a bruit. This should sound like a ‘seagull’ bruit.

Draw to Know it - Branches of Celiac Artery and Blood Supply of Stomach ~ MedchromeTube - Best Medical Videos

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