right gastric artery

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Synonyms for right gastric artery

a branch of the hepatic artery that supplies the pyloric portion of the stomach on the lesser curvature

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In the upper part, the cystic artery, the proper hepatic artery and the right gastric artery formed an arterial network, which ran downward.
The anterior layer of the peritoneum was removed from the lesser omentum and right gastric artery was identified which was traced to the common hepatic artery.
Posterior gastric wall was separated from transverse mesocolon and vessels of the lesser curvature and right gastric artery were ligated.
One limb of the T was the right gastric artery and the other gave off the hepatic artery proper and continued as the gastroduodenal and pancreatico-duodenal system, as usual.
The cystic artery (CA) originates from the following sources: right hepatic (63[+ or -]9%), hepatic trunk (26[+ or -]9%), left hepatic (5[+ or -]5%), gastroduodenal (2[+ or -]6%), superior pancreaticoduodenal (0[+ or -]3%), right gastric (0[+ or -]1%), coeliac trunk (0[+ or -]3%) and superior mesenteric (0[+ or -]8%) artery (Anson, 1963).
We also obtained the diameters of the right gastric artery, the left and right hepatic arteries and the gastroduodenal artery.
The other one, supply with branches for the quadrate, left medial, left lateral lobes and branches for the stomach including the right gastric artery.