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Celiac Artery : How To Remember Easily ?

  • C – “Common Hepatic Artery arises first” – The common hepatic artery is one of the three main branches of the celiac artery and arises first in its course.
  • E – “Enters lesser omentum” – The celiac artery enters the lesser omentum as it continues its course towards the abdominal organs.
  • L – “Leads to Left Gastric Artery” – The celiac artery gives rise to the left gastric artery, which supplies blood to the stomach.
  • I – “Inferior Pancreaticoduodenal Artery” – The celiac artery also provides blood to the inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery, serving the pancreas and duodenum.
  • A – “Anterior Superior Pancreaticoduodenal Artery” – Another branch of the celiac artery is the anterior superior pancreaticoduodenal artery, which supplies the anterior part of the pancreas and duodenum.
  • C – “Common Stem for Splenic Artery” – The celiac artery is the common stem for the splenic artery, which carries blood to the spleen.
  • A – “Arterial Supply to Adrenal Glands” – It also provides arterial supply to the adrenal (suprarenal) glands.
  • R – “Right Gastric Artery” – The right gastric artery, which contributes to the blood supply of the stomach, is another branch of the celiac artery.
  • T – “Tributaries of the Celiac Trunk” – The celiac artery serves as the main trunk, giving rise to several important branches that supply various abdominal organs.
  • E – “Ends by dividing into terminal branches” – The celiac artery eventually divides into its terminal branches, completing its distribution of blood to the upper abdominal organs.
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  • Y – “Yields significant blood supply to abdominal organs” – Altogether, the celiac artery plays a crucial role in providing blood to various abdominal organs, including the stomach, liver, pancreas, spleen, and more.


Dr. Arin Nandi

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