Right Gastric Artery

The right gastric artery comes up from the hepatic artery, higher than the pylorus, close to the lesser omentum's entrance. The right gastric artery falls to the stomach's pyloric end, and goes with the lesser curvature from right to left, providing branches to the stomach's surfaces and merging with the left gastric artery.


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