mynotes4usmle:  Abdominal Aorta’s Branches  Let’s review this again, shall we? Remember: Lesser curvature: most COMMON site of GASTRIC ULCERS (meaning that, either left -celiac trunk’s branch- or right -proper hepatic artery’s branch- GASTRIC ARTERIES are gonna bleed depending on the ulcer’s location  Splenic Artery: longest branch of the Celiac trunk  Proper Hepatic Artery: runs through the HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENT with their friends the Common Bile Duct & the ...

mynotes4usmle: Abdominal Aorta’s Branches Let’s review this again, shall we? Remember: Lesser curvature: most COMMON site of GASTRIC ULCERS (meaning that, either left -celiac trunk’s branch- or right -proper hepatic artery’s branch- GASTRIC ARTERIES are gonna bleed depending on the ulcer’s location Splenic Artery: longest branch of the Celiac trunk Proper Hepatic Artery: runs through the HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENT with their friends the Common Bile Duct & the ...

Lámina acuarela cardiovascular Set aneurisma por LyonRoad en Etsy

Lámina acuarela cardiovascular Set aneurisma por LyonRoad en Etsy

Lámina acuarela cardiovascular Set aneurisma por LyonRoad en Etsy

Lámina acuarela cardiovascular Set aneurisma por LyonRoad en Etsy

Occluded Aorta: The abdominal aorta is occluded at the level of the inferior mesenteric artery. Multiple collateral vessels are seen reconstituting the iliac arteries.

Occluded Aorta: The abdominal aorta is occluded at the level of the inferior mesenteric artery. Multiple collateral vessels are seen reconstituting the iliac arteries.

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Figure 1. B-mode image of the longitudinal section of the abdominal aorta showing clearly the compression of the celiac trunk (TC) by the in...

Figure 1. B-mode image of the longitudinal section of the abdominal aorta showing clearly the compression of the celiac trunk (TC) by the in...

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) refers to a focal dilatation of the abdominal aorta that is 50% greater than the proximal normal segment or that is greater than 3 cms in maximum diameter.  Role of imaging  •detection of AAA  •monitoring of rate of growth  •pre-operative planning  •post-operative follow-up  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/abdominal_aortic_aneurysm

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) refers to a focal dilatation of the abdominal aorta that is 50% greater than the proximal normal segment or that is greater than 3 cms in maximum diameter. Role of imaging •detection of AAA •monitoring of rate of growth •pre-operative planning •post-operative follow-up Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/abdominal_aortic_aneurysm

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