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ITP Spleen: 22

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The highest short gastric is shown being divided.     

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ITP Spleen: 23

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The position of the highest short gastric is shown. The length of the gastrosplenic ligament between splenic hilum and greater curve of stomach is shortest near the upper end of the hilum.       

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ITP Spleen: 24

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There is an extension of the splenogastric ligament that attaches the upper end of the splenic hilum and cardia of the stomach to the diaphragm. The two components of the membrane are the splenophrenic ligament and the gastrophrenic ligament. These, along with the cephalad part of the gastrosplenic ligament, are divided to mobilize the fundus of the stomach for a Nissen fundoplication.    

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