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Organ Artery Vein

L Gastric, Esophag ->


Foregut Esophagus L Gastric, L Inf Phrenic Azygous
(digestion) Liver Hepatic Proper Portal
Celiac Gallbladder Cystic Cystic

supplies Spleen Splenic Splenic

Superior/inferior
Superior/inferior pancreaticoduodenal
Referred to pancreaticoduodenal (from (from
Epigastric Pancreas (head) gastroduodenal/SMA) gastroduodenal/SMV)
Pancreas (neck, body, Splenic (arteria pancreatic
tail) magna) Pancreaticoduodenal?
R/L Gastric (lesser curv) R/L R/L Gastric /
Stomach Gastroomental Gastroomental

Duodenum (upper 1/2) Gastroduodenal SMV?


Inferior
Pancreaticoduodenal (from pancreaticoduodenal
Midgut Duodenum (lower 1/2) SMA) (from SMV)?
(absorption) Jejunum intestinal/jejunal (SMA) ?
SMA Ileum intestinal/jejunal (SMA) ?
supplies Cecum Ileocolic (SMA) Ileocecal (SMV)
Appendix Ileocolic (SMA) ?
Referred Ascending colon Right colic Right colic
1st 2/3rds of Transverse
to Umbilical colon Middle Colic Middle Colic
2nd 1/3rd of Transverse
Hindgut colon Left Colic Left Colic
IMA Descending Colon Left colic?
supplies Sigmoid Colon Sigmoidal Sigmoidal
Referred Rectum Superior rectal Superior rectal

to Hypogastric Anal canal (upper 1/2) sup/inf rectal

Scrotum Anterior / Posterior scrotal Follow arteries


Testes Testicular (AA) Testicular
Kidney Renal (& branches)

Ureters
Diaphragm
Uterus (fundus) Uterine
(body) Uterine
(cervix)
uterine tube /ovaries Ovarian
T5-T12
abdomino
splanchnic
nerves
T5-T9 :
Greater
splanchnic:
celiac ganglia
(gallbladder,
stomach)

T10-T11 :
Lesser:
superior
mesentery
ganglia &
aorticorenal
ganglia
T12 : Kidney:
renal ganglia

T12-L5 Lumbar T12 from subcostal, L1-4


Plexus from Lumbar nerves genitofemoral lateral femoral, femoral

T12: subcostal
L1:
Ilioinguinal/hyp
ogastric HIGLFO
L1-2:
genitofemoral 11 1-2 2-3 2-4 2-4
L1-3 : lumbar
splanchnic:
L4-5
Lumbosacral
trunk
L4-S3: sciatic lower limb (biceps femoris, semitendinosus, etc.)
L4-S1 superior gluteal gluteus medius, minimus tensor fasciae latae
L5-S2 inferior gluteal gluteus maximus
S1/S2 = pain
line - before =
hypogastric,
after = back

S2-S4 : Pelvic
splanchnic
(only
parasympatheti
c plexus; all
others are
sympathetic)
S2-S4:
pudendal perineum. keeps the poo off the floor (external anal sphincter)
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Symp Innervation Para Innervation Sensory Innervation Referred pain
Ant/Post Gastric; G/L
Splanchnic; esoph plexus
Celiac ganglia Vagus
Celiac ganglia Vagus Right phrenic T6-9

Splenic plexus T6-8

Celiac ganglia T8-T9

T6-T9 greater splanchnic A/P vagal trunks T6-10

Celiac ganglia T5-10

SMG T5-10
SMG/SMP T5-9
SMG/SMP T5-9
SMG/SMP T10-12
SMG T10
SMG/SMP T10-12

SMG/SMP T10-12

IMG/IMP L1-3
L1-3
L1-3

Genitofemoral (genital
branch), anterior (L1)
/posterior (S2-S4) scrotal,
posterior femoral cut (S2,3)
T7 vagus
T11-12
T11-L2 (loin, groin,
prox ant thigh, ext
genitalia/testes
shoulder

Pelvic Splanchnic
obturator
Lymph (sentinel) Important stuff

Hepatic --> Celiac


Hepatic (cystic?)
pancreaticosplenic ->
(celiac)
Most of them end in the pancreaticosplenic nodes that lie along
the splenic artery, but some vessels end in the pyloric lymph
pancreaticosplenic nodes. Efferent vessels from these nodes drain to the superior
and superior mesenteric lymph nodes or to the celiac lymph nodes via the
mesenteric hepatic lymph nodes.
pancreaticosplenic
--> (celiac)

Celiac

Pancreaticoduodenal

Pancreaticoduodenal
Superior mesenteric
Superior mesenteric
Superior mesenteric
Superior mesenteric
Superior mesenteric

Superior mesenteric

Inferior mesenteric
Inferior mesenteric
Inferior mesenteric
Inferior mesenteric

Superficial inguinal SI
Lumbar LT
Lumbar kidney blood flow:

superficial inguinal
external iliac
sacral
lumbar