Unpaired Visceral Branches of Aorta: These go to abdominal gastrointestinal viscera. This includes: A) Celiac Trunk; B) Superior Mesenteric Artery; C) Inferior Mesenteric Artery.

Vascular Patterns of the Abdomen (Lecture (Gross Anatomy) Flashcards

Hepatic Portal System: Receives blood from the tissues supplied by the Celiac, Superior Mesenteric and Inferior Mesenteric Arteries (Except Liver), and INCLUDES A SECOND CAPILLARY BED IN THE LIVER through which blood passes before returning to the IVC via the Hepatic Veins.

Vascular Patterns of the Abdomen (Lecture (Gross Anatomy) Flashcards

Instant Anatomy Abdomen Vessels Arteries Superior Mesenteric Branches Of Superior Mesenteric Artery

Inferior Mesenteric Artery Inferior Mesenteric Artery inferior mesenteric artery folding creates the anterior and posterior intestinal portals.

Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome (also known as cast syndrome) seen with spica cast

Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome (also known as cast syndrome) seen with spica cast

Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome

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Pancreas Normal Anatmoy: Transverse scan in which are visible the gastroduodenal artery (open arrow) anterior to the neck of the pancreas and the common bile duct (thin white arrow) in the posterior aspect of the head of the pancreas. The duct should not exceed 10 mm in internal diameter at this level. Large arrowheads = body of pancreas; st = stomach; small arrowhead = take-off of superior mesenteric artery; a = aorta; v = inferior vena cava

Pancreas Normal Anatmoy: Transverse scan in which are visible the gastroduodenal artery (open arrow) anterior to the neck of the pancreas and the common bile duct (thin white arrow) in the posterior aspect of the head of the pancreas. The duct should not exceed 10 mm in internal diameter at this level. Large arrowheads = body of pancreas; st = stomach; small arrowhead = take-off of superior mesenteric artery; a = aorta; v = inferior vena cava

SMA – superior mesenteric artery, CA – celiac artery, K – kink in the aorta, RA – renal arteries, AA – abdominal aorta, IVC – inferior vena cava, LRV- left renal vein, RK – right kidney, LK – left kidney, LTA – left testicular artery, LU – left ureter, IMA – inferior mesenteric artery, ARA – accessory renal artery.

SMA – superior mesenteric artery, CA – celiac artery, K – kink in the aorta, RA – renal arteries, AA – abdominal aorta, IVC – inferior vena cava, LRV- left renal vein, RK – right kidney, LK – left kidney, LTA – left testicular artery, LU – left ureter, IMA – inferior mesenteric artery, ARA – accessory renal artery.

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Superior mesenteric artery syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Superior mesenteric artery syndrome - Wikipedia

Superior mesenteric artery syndrome - Wikipedia

Superior mesenteric artery (SMA) syndrome is a very rare, life-threatening gastro-vascular disorder characterized by a compression of the third portion of the duodenum by the abdominal aorta (AA) and the overlying superior mesenteric artery.

Superior mesenteric artery (SMA) syndrome is a very rare, life-threatening gastro-vascular disorder characterized by a compression of the third portion of the duodenum by the abdominal aorta (AA) and the overlying superior mesenteric artery.

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superior mesenteric artery (L1) NOTE: inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery

superior mesenteric artery (L1) NOTE: inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery

Superior Mesenteric Artery - Anatomy Tutorial

Superior Mesenteric Artery - Anatomy Tutorial

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