Stomach

Learning Objectives

After reading this post you will know

  • Location and parts of stomach.
  • Arterial supply and venous drainage of stomach.
  • Lymphatic drainage of stomach.
  • Structures forming stomach bed.
  • Nerve supply of stomach.
  • Peritoneal folds attached to stomach.
  • Contents of lesser omentum.
  • Applied aspect
    • Why gastric ulcers are common along lesser curvature?
    • What is Troiser’s sign?
    • Why malignancy from stomach can spread to oesophagus but not to duodenum?

Location and Parts of Stomach

Location and parts of stomach

 

Blood Supply of Stomach -Arterial Supply and Venous Drainage

Blood Supply of Stomach -Arterial Supply and Venous Drainage

 

Lymphatic Drainage of Stomach

Lymphatic Drainage of Stomach

 

Applied Anatomy

Applied Anatomy of stomach

Structures Forming Stomach Bed

Structures Forming Stomach Bed

 

Nerve Supply of Stomach

Nerve Supply of Stomach

 

Peritoneal Folds Attached to Stomach and Contents of lesser Omentum

Peritoneal Folds Attached to Stomach and Contents of lesser Omentum

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2 thoughts on “Stomach

  1. Tabish says:

    Mam in the venous dranage the right gastro epiploic vain is a tributry of spleenic vain as shown in ur diagram but its a branch of sup. Messentric vain according to book … what should i follow?

     

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