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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The right gastric artery more often originates from proper hepatic artery (53%), from the area where the common hepatic artery bifurcates (20%), from left hepatic artery (15%), and less common from gastroduodenal artery (8%) or common hepatic artery (4%) [15].
Dissected right gastric artery (12); common hepatic duct (HD); cystic duct (CD); caudate lobe (CL); pyloric region (RP); duodenal bulb (*).
Right gastric artery was traced to the proper hepatic artery and vein to porta hepatis.
According to the origin of the blood supply, the blood supply to bile duct was divided into three types: (1) the cystic artery (or the right gastric artery)-gastroduodenal artery type, (2) the cystic artery-proper hepatic artery type, and (3) the posterior portal vein artery-proper hepatic artery type.
Trace the right gastric artery to the proper hepatic artery; expose the proper hepatic artery and its branches to the porta hepatis.
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.