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Nerve Innervation of the Stomach and Small Intestine

Innervation of the Stomach and Small Intestine
The Ol Answers: (Yellow) Sympathetic nerves and ganglia (Green) Sympathetic and parasympathetic plexuses (Orange) Parasympathetic nerves. (A) Sympathetic trunk and ganglia – lumbar portion (B1) Greater thoracic splanchnic nerve (B2) Lesser thoracic splanchnic nerve (B3) Least thoracic splanchnic nerve (C) Celiac ganglion (D) Celiac plexus (E) Lumbar splanchnic nerves (F) Anterior vagal trunk (G) posterior vagal trunk (H) Superior mesenteric ganglia and plexus

The nerves that bring the stomach to life (ZAAAP) are both parasympathetic and sympathetic

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