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Gross anatomy of upper abdominal viscera

Plastic model showing some of the upper abdominal viscera: duodenum, pancreas, spleen, suprarenal gland, kidney and extrahepatic biliary passages. Vascular structures and relations include: formation of the portal vein, Calot's triangle, superior mesenteric vessels, celiac trunk, abdominal aorta and its bifurcation, inferior vena cava and its formation, and blood supply of the kidney.

 

 

 

Spleen, Pancreas, Duodenum and the portal venous system

This video describes the blood supply of the Duodenum. Having two main arteries: Superior Pancreato-duodenal, coming from the Gastroduodenal artery. and Inferior Pancreatroduodenal artery coming from the Superior mesenteric artery SMA.

 

 

 



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