Splenic Artery, Left Gastric Artery, and Hepatic Artery
The four or five gastric arteries supply the lining of the stomach. The three main ones are called the left gastric artery, the right gastric artery and the short gastric artery.
An Artery takes blood from your heart
Gastric Artery - esophageal branch and hepatic Common Hepatic Artery - Proper hepatic artery, Right Gastric artery and Gastroduodenal artery Splenic Artery - Dorsal pancreatic, short gastric and Left Gastro-omental
the location of one artery used to take blood pressure is
The pulmonary artery is the only artery in the human body that can carry deoxygenated blood. It takes the blood from the heart and back to the lungs.
it takes the dehighdrated blood
It branches into the left gastric artery, the splenic artery, and the common hepatic artery.