A Consequence of Aberrant Blood Supply from the Left Phrenic Artery to an Enlarged Splenule


Sabez Rahlon

An acquired gastric Dieulafoy like lesion refers to a rare vascular abnormality found in the stomach that resembles Dieulafoy's lesion, a condition characterized by an abnormally dilated and fragile artery that causes sudden and potentially life-threatening gastrointestinal bleeding. In this case, the acquired lesion is caused by an unusual redirection of blood supply from the left phrenic artery to an enlarged splenule. This comprehensive approach not only enhances clinical practice but also informs health policy development for the betterment of public health.

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