Human Stomach Quiz

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The stomach is where all diseases start. Did you know that? Do you think you know enough about the human stomach with this human stomach quiz? There are various arteries in the stomach that handles various tasks. In this quiz, we will ask you questions regarding different parts of the stomach, and you have to type the correct answer from the given options. Sounds simple, right? Let's see if you score high or not.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which is the first branch of the celiac trunk that supplies the stomach?A. Splenic arteryB. Left gastric arteryC. Right gastric arteryD. None of these

    Explanation
    The left gastric artery is the first branch of the celiac trunk that supplies the stomach. It arises from the celiac trunk and runs along the lesser curvature of the stomach, providing blood supply to the upper part of the stomach. The splenic artery is another branch of the celiac trunk, but it supplies the spleen and not the stomach. The right gastric artery is a branch of the common hepatic artery, not the celiac trunk. Therefore, the correct answer is the left gastric artery.

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    Which is the 2nd branch of the celiac trunk that supplies the stomach?A. Hepatic arteryB. Splenic arteryC. Both A & BD. None of these

    Explanation
    The correct answer is the splenic artery. The celiac trunk is a major branch of the abdominal aorta that supplies blood to various abdominal organs. The second branch of the celiac trunk is the splenic artery, which supplies blood to the stomach, as well as the spleen and part of the pancreas. The hepatic artery is the first branch of the celiac trunk and supplies blood to the liver, while option C, "Both A & B", is incorrect because it implies that both the hepatic and splenic arteries supply the stomach, which is not true. Option D, "None of these", is also incorrect as the splenic artery is indeed the correct answer.

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    Which is the 3rd the branch of celiac trunk that supplies the stomach?A. Short gastric arteriesB. Hepatic arteryC. Splenic arteryD. None of these

    Explanation
    The correct answer is the hepatic artery. The hepatic artery is the third branch of the celiac trunk that supplies the stomach. It is responsible for delivering oxygenated blood to the liver and other abdominal organs, including the stomach. The short gastric arteries are branches of the splenic artery and supply the fundus and upper part of the greater curvature of the stomach. The splenic artery, on the other hand, supplies the spleen, not the stomach. Therefore, the correct answer is the hepatic artery.

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    Where does the right gastric artery arise from?A. Hepatic artery properB. Hepatic arteryC. Common hepatic arteryD. None of these

    Explanation
    The right gastric artery arises from the hepatic artery proper. The hepatic artery proper is a branch of the common hepatic artery, which originates from the celiac trunk. The right gastric artery supplies blood to the lesser curvature of the stomach. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.

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    What supplies through the lesser curvature of stomach?A. Splenic arteryB. Hepatic artery properC. Common hepatic arteryD. Left gastric artery

    Explanation
    The left gastric artery supplies blood to the lesser curvature of the stomach. It is one of the main branches of the celiac trunk, which is responsible for providing blood to the abdominal organs. The left gastric artery runs along the lesser curvature of the stomach and gives off multiple branches that supply blood to this area. This blood supply is important for maintaining the health and function of the stomach.

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    What supplies the greater curvature of the stomach?A. Splenic arteryB. Common hepatic arteryC. Gastroomental arteriesD. None of these

    Explanation
    The gastroomental arteries supply the greater curvature of the stomach. These arteries branch off from the left and right gastroepiploic arteries, which are branches of the splenic artery. Therefore, the correct answer is gastroomental arteries.

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    Where does the right gastroomental artery arise from?   A. Common hepatic artery B. Gastroomental arteries C. Splenic artery D. None of these

    Explanation
    The right gastroepiploic artery arises from the gastroomental arteries.

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    The fundic region of the stomach is supplied by?A. Common hepatic arteryB. Splenic arteryC. Both A & BD. Short gastric arteries

    Explanation
    The fundic region of the stomach is supplied by the short gastric arteries. These arteries branch off from the splenic artery, which is responsible for supplying blood to the spleen and other parts of the stomach. The short gastric arteries specifically supply blood to the fundus, which is the upper part of the stomach. This blood supply is important for delivering oxygen and nutrients to the cells in the fundic region, ensuring proper functioning of the stomach.

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    What are short gastric arteries branches off?A. Gastroomental arteriesB. Short gastric arteriesC. Splenic arteryD. None of these

    Explanation
    The correct answer is splenic artery. The short gastric arteries are branches that originate from the splenic artery. They supply blood to the fundus and upper part of the greater curvature of the stomach.

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    Where does the gastroduodenal artery arise from?A. Short gastric arteriesB. Splenic arteryC. Common hepatic arteryD. None of these

    Explanation
    The gastroduodenal artery arises from the common hepatic artery.

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