Common Hepatic Artery
Left Gastric Artery
The Celiac Trunk arises from the abdominal aorta at the level of T12. It has three branches: the Common Hepatic, Left Gastric, and Splenic. The common hepatic and left gastric arteries create the right and left gastropancreatic folds, respectively. The common hepatic and left gastric arteries lie between the layers of the lesser omentum. The splenic artery runs a tortuous course along the entire superior border of the pancreas.