Hepatogastric ligament

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Hepatogastric ligament
Hepatoduodenal ligament EN.svg
The hepatogastric ligament is in this image labeled the lesser omentum, of which it is a part. The gastroduodenal ligament is a separate ligament, but also part of the lesser omentum.
Details
Latin ligamentum hepatogastricum
From
liver
To
stomach
Identifiers
Gray's p.1157
Dorlands
/Elsevier
l_09/12492318
TA A10.1.02.104
FMA FMA:16520
Anatomical terminology

The cranial part of the lesser omentum (omentum minus) is formed by the hepatogastric ligament (ligamentum hepatogastricum), extending between the liver and stomach. The ligament itself consists of a dense cranial portion (pars densa) and the caudal portion (pars flaccida). Near the stomach, it carries both the right gastric artery and the left gastric artery (arteriae gastricae dextra et sinistra).

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.