Chronic mesenteric ischemia (CMI) causes reduced intestinal blood flow, often from mesenteric occlusions. However, collaterals exist and help compensate for reduced blood flow. This study utilizes 4D flow MRI to quantify hemodynamics in the gastroduodenal artery (GDA), a collateral between the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries, in controls (N=14) and patients suspected of CMI (N=14) before and after a meal. There was no significant difference in preprandial, postprandial, or percent flow change values between groups. However, pathology-dependent flow patterns were evident within the ischemia group. Follow-up studies with larger cohorts are warranted to further examine this finding.