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Common Congenital Tracheo-esophageal anomalies a single structure
Unusual! Arterial supply derived from vessels feeding mainly other organs – thyroid, trachea & stomach
Cervical Oesophagus: Right & Left superior & inferior thyroid arteries.
Thoracic Oesophagus: Upto tracheal bifurcation Right & Left inferior thyroid Artery
direct supply from aorta (tracheo-bronchial tree)
Abdominal Oesophagus 11 branches off L gastric artery and Branches of splenicartery posteriorly