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Figure 13: The middle colic artery is usually given off at the inferior margin of the neck of the pancreas before the SMA enters the mesentery. In this image, the second branch coming from the right side of the SMA is the middle colic artery, which is seen to enter the transverse mesocolon. MCA: Middle colic artery, INFR PDA: Inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery, IMV: Inferior mesenteric vein, SMA: Superior mesenteric artery

Figure 13: The middle colic artery is usually given off at the inferior margin of the neck of the pancreas before the SMA enters the mesentery. In this image, the second branch coming from the right side of the SMA is the middle colic artery, which is seen to enter the transverse mesocolon. MCA: Middle colic artery, INFR PDA: Inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery, IMV: Inferior mesenteric vein, SMA: Superior mesenteric artery