celiac artery compression syndrome

celiac artery compression syndrome
celiac axis compression syndrome compression of the celiac axis or trunk by crura of the diaphragm, which can interfere with the blood supply to the liver and spleen, resulting in intermittent postprandial pain in the upper abdomen.

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