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The gastrosplenic ligament (ligamentum gastrosplenicum or gastrolienal ligament) is part of the greater omentum.

Gastrosplenic ligament
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Horizontal disposition of the peritoneum in the upper part of the abdomen. (Gastrolienal ligament labeled at upper left.)
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Precursordorsal mesogastrium
Fromgreater curvature of the stomach
Tosplenic hilum
Identifiers
Latinligamentum gastrosplenicum, ligamentum gastrolienale
TAA10.1.02.203
FMA16517
Anatomical terminology

Embryonically the gastrosplenic ligament is derived from the dorsal mesogastrium.[1]

The gastrosplenic ligament is made of peritoneum that connects the greater curvature of stomach with the hilum of the spleen.

Contains: Short gastric vessels and left gastro-epiploic vessels

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