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The duodenal stump is shown.       

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On assessing the proximal margin of resection, it became evident that there was not adequate room on the lesser curve to do a subtotal gastrectomy. Therefore, the left gastric and the left gastroepiploic arteries were divided.       

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The remaining blood supply to the stomach consists of the short gastric (gastrosplenic) arteries to the fundus (see spleen anatomy). These, along with the left gastroepiploic artery, arise from the terminal branches of the splenic artery.      

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