Definition of Right gastric artery
1. Noun. A branch of the hepatic artery that supplies the pyloric portion of the stomach on the lesser curvature.
Medical Definition of Right gastric artery
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Literary usage of Right gastric artery
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1. ... The Blood-vascular System of the Loricati, the Mailcheeked Fishes by William Fitch Allen (1905)
"A.) coming from the right gastric artery, and the right hepatic artery (PI. IV, figs. ... As in Ophiodon the right gastric artery (PI. IV, fig. 27 ; R.Gas. ..."
2. Practical Anatomy of the Rabbit: An Elementary Laboratory Textbook in by Benjamin Arthur Bensley (1910)
"A small branch, the right gastric artery (a. gastrica dextra) passes to the pylorus and anastomoses across the lesser curvature with a branch of the left ..."
3. Manual of Practical Anatomy by Daniel John Cunningham (1921)
"The right gastric artery (OT pyloric) is a small artery which springs from the ... The gastro-duodenal artery arises close to the right gastric artery. ..."