Blood Supply to the Spleen (Cross-section) Diagram
Blood Supply to the Spleen (Cross-section View)
The spleen’s blood is supplied by the splenic artery. This artery is one of the three large arteries that branch out from the celiac trunk (also called the celiac artery). The celiac trunk is the first major branch coming from the abdominal aorta.
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