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List the unpaired branches of the aorta
Celiac a.
Cranial Mesenteric a.
Caudal Mesenteric a.
List the direct branches of the Celiac artery
Hepatic a.
Left gastric a.
splenic a.
List the branches of the hepatic artery
Hepatic branches to cystic a.
Right gastric a.
Gastrodudendal a.
List the branches of the gastroduodenal a.
Right gastroepiploic a.
cranial pancreaticoduodenal a.
The left gastric branches are called
esophageal branches
List the branches of the splenic artery
pancreatic branches
short gastric aa.
Left gastroepiploic a.
List the direct branches of the cranial mesenteric a.
Common trunk,
caudal pancreaticoduodenal a.
jejunal aa.
ileal aa
List the branches of the common trunk off the cranial mesenteric
Middle colic a.
Right colic a.
Ileocolic a.
List the branches of the ileocolic a.
colic brance
mesenteric ilieal branch
cecal a. sends off antimesenteric ilela branch
The common trunk of the phrenicoabdominal a branches into
cranial abdominal a.
caudal phrenic a.
The paired branches off the aorta are the
lumbar aa.
renal aa.
testicular and ovarian aa.
deep circumflex iliac aa
This vessel runs cranially in the cranial border of the mesoduodenum to the lesser curvature of the stomach and liver
Hepatic artery
This artery supplies the gall bladder
cystic artery
This artery runs from the pylorus toward the cardia in the lesser curvature
right gastric artery
This artery supplies the pylorus and terminates into the ____ and the ______
gastroduodenal a.
right gastroepiploic a.
cranial pancreaticoduodenal a.
(hepatic a.)
This artery runs in the greater omentum along the greater curvature
right gastroepiploic

(gastroduodenal - hepatic a)
This artery follows the border of the descending duodenum and right lobe of the pancreas
cranial pancreaticoduodenal
(gastroduodenal - hepatic a.)
This artery runs in the greater omentum to the _____ _____ of the stomach and supplies both surfaces of the stomach
Left gastric a.
lesser curvature
(celiac a.)
This artery crosses the dorsal surface of the left lobe of the pancreas and splits into __ and ____ branches
Splenic artery
dorsal and ventral branches at the hilus of the spleen
(celiac a.)
The ____ ____ ____ run between the spleen and the _____ on the left side.
short gastric arteries
stomach
(splenic a.)
The ________ a runs in the greater curvature of the stomach.
left gastroepiploic a.

(splenic a.)
This artery runs cranially in the mesocolon to the left colic flexure.
Middle colic a.

(common trunk - cranial mesenteric)
The middle colic artery supplies the
transverse and descending colon.

(common trunk - cranial mesenteric a.)
This artery runs toward the right colic flexure and supplies the
Right colic artery
ascending and transverse colon
(common trunk - cranial mesenteric a.)
This artery supplies the ileum, cecum, and ascending colon, and is associated with the right colic lymph nodes
Ileocolic a.

(common trunk - cranial mesenteric a.)
This artery supplies the ascending colon
colic branch

(ileocolic a.)
This artery supplies the cecum and antimesenteric side of the ileum.
cecal a.

(ileocolic a.)
This artery is the continuation of the ileocolic and anastomoses with the _____ ____ of the ______
mesenteric ileal branch
ileal arteries
cranial mesenteric artery
(ileocolic a.)
This artery runs cranially to supply the diaphragm
caudal phrenic a.

(common trunk of phrenicoabdominal a)
This artery continues into the abdominal wall between the transversus abdominis and the interal abdominal oblique
cranial abdominal artery
These paired arteries leave the aorta at different levels
renal arteries
right cranial to the left.
right is dorsal to caudal vena cava
These paired arteries leave the aorta halfway between the renal and external iliac arteries
ovarian artery
These paired arteries leave the aorta in the mid lumbar region and cross the ventral surface of the ureter
testicular artery
The left testicular and ovarian veins enter the ______ where the right testicular and ovarian veins enter the _______.
left renal vein,
vena cava
This artery enters the descending mesocolon and terminates into what 2 arteries?
caudal mesenteric artery
left colic artery
cranial rectal artery
This artery follows the mesenteric border of the descending colon and anastamoses with the _____
left colic artery
middle colic artery
This paired artery leaves the aorta near the external iliac arteries and supplies the musculature of the caudodorsal portion of the abdominal wall, skin flank and cranial thigh.
Deep circumflex iliac artery