Abdominal Blood Supply - ABDOMINAL BLOOD SUPPLY Abdominal...

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1 ABDOMINAL BLOOD SUPPLY Abdominal Aorta paired branches ¾ inferior phrenic, suprarenal, renal, gonadal, lumbar, common iliac (internal and external iliac)
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2 unpaired branches ¾ celiac ( hepatic, left gastric, splenic) ¾ superior mesenteric ¾ inferior mesenteric
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4 Inferior Vena cava Collects blood from the paired structures common iliac veins – internal and external iliac veins paired tributaries Portal Vein collects blood from the G.I. tract and associated organs and delivers it to the liver.
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