celiac plexus

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celiac plexus:

see solar plexussolar plexus,
dense cluster of nerve cells and supporting tissue, located behind the stomach in the region of the celiac artery just below the diaphragm. It is also known as the celiac plexus.
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The posterior Vagus nerve divides to form gastric and celiac branches. Gastric branches supply the posterior surface of the stomach.