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on 23-Jun-2014 (Mon)

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Question
The pancreas receives blood from branches of what arteries?


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Pancreas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ic artery passes down in front of the left half across the uncinate process; the superior mesenteric vein runs upward on the right side of the artery and, behind the neck, joins with the lienal vein to form the portal vein. Blood supply[edit] <span>The pancreas receives blood from branches of both the coeliac artery and superior mesenteric artery. The splenic artery runs along the top margin of the pancreas, and supplies the neck, body and tail of the pancreas through its pancreatic branches, the largest of which is called the gre