Posterior gastric branches of posterior vagal trunk

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Nerve: Posterior gastric branches of posterior vagal trunk
Latin rami gastrici posteriores trunci vagalis posterioris
From posterior vagal trunk
To celiac branches of vagus nerve

The posterior gastric branches of posterior vagal trunk are branches of the posterior vagal trunk which supply the stomach.1

posterior gastric branches supply the posterior surface of stomach and its terminal branches are known as "crow's foot" which supply the pyloric antrum and the posterior wall of pyloric canal.

References

  1. ^ Netter, Frank H. (2006). Atlas of Human Anatomy : With netteranatomy.com (Netter Basic Science). Philadelphia: Saunders. p. 320. ISBN 1-4160-3385-8.