Stomach Arterial Supply - under 5 mins! Draw it & see how much you already know. Created & Lesson By: Syed M. Rizvi Contributing Author: Dr. Louis Spear OMS PGY2 The arteries of the stomach come from the celiac trunk and its branches. Anastomoses form along the lesser curvature by the right and left gastric arteries and along the greater curvature by the right and left gastro-omental arteries. Right gastric – branch of the common hepatic artery, which arises from the celiac trunk. Left gastric – arises directly from the coeliac trunk. Right gastro-omental – terminal branch of the gastroduodenal artery, which arises from the common hepatic artery. Left gastro-omental – branch of the splenic artery, which arises from the celiac trunk. Pathways made easy! Just sit back and watch it a couple of times, and please share with your fellow classmates! DON'T STRESS, we got your back! We can't do this without your support! Check out how you can give on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/revmed Find us on Instagram @REV.Med https://www.instagram.com/rev.med/ Learn more with REV Med. Clear concepts and anatomical locations, understand and never forget! Ultimately you will feel like you know it by heart in time for your exams & courses. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/REVMedicine See concepts, questions with solutions, diagrams, study advice & tips and a lot more on our social media accounts below. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rev.med/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/REV__Med REV Med - Here to replace long boring lectures and books. We’ll make Anatomy fun and easy! All you need is a paper, pencil and a short amount of time before you know everything there is to know about the human body!