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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Esophagogastric Junction Anatomy

Esophagogastric Junction Anatomy
Longitudinal esophageal muscle, Circular esophageal muscle, Gradual slight muscular thickening, Phrenicoesophageal ligament (ascending or upper limb), Supradiaphragmatic fascia, Respiratory diaphragm, Infradiaphragmatic (transversalis) fascia, Phrenicoesophageal ligament (descending limb), Peritoneum, Cardiac notch, Esophageal mucosa, Submucosa, Respiratory diaphragm,

Subhiatal fat ring, Zigzag (Z) line: juncture of esophageal and gastric mucosa, Cardiac part of stomach, Gastric folds (rugae), Longitudinal esophageal muscle (cut), Circular esophageal muscle (shown here as spiral), Cardiac notch, Fundus of stomach, Collar of Helvetius, Window cut in middle circular muscle layer of stomach, Innermost oblique muscle layer of stomach (forms sling), Outer longitudinal muscle layer of stomach (cut).

Esophagogastric Junction Anatomy

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