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Can you name the Digestive System?

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Located under and in front of ears between skin and masseter muscle
Highly vascularized valves of the oral fissure containing the sphincter that controls entry/exit from the mouth
Portion of small intestine with Brunner's glands
 
 
Bumps arising from tonic contractions of tenia coli
Portion of small intestine with Peyer's patches
Teeth that differ in stucture and handle food in different ways
Tenia coli ends at
Villi are only found in the
Two hormones secreted by the pancreas that regulate blood sugar
Two sets of teeth that develop in a person's lifetime
Vein running through center of liver lobule
 
Nerves below pectinate line are autonomic or somatic?
Esophagus penetrates diaphragm at level of
 
In thin person the stomach is ___ shaped
Meissner's submucosal plexus found in what layer of the digestive tract?
 
Hard palate made of:
Vein draining into inferior vena cava
 
Aeurbach's myenteric plexus found in what layer of the digestive tract?
Hemorrhoids above ______ have no pain
 
Section of small intestine with arcades that have a few large loops
 
 
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In a robust person the stomach is ____
External sphincters of rectum are
Rectum joins sigmoid colon at level of
Moveable posterior 1/3 of palate
Lymphatic capillary in the villi of the small intestine for fat absorbtion
 
Muscle attaching to pubic symphisis that relaxes during defication
Glands in small intestine that secrete enzymes
McBurney's point shows location of the
Nerves above pectinate line are autonomic or somatic?
Is there plicae circulares in large intestine?
Inflamed when you have mumps
Top 1/3 of tunica muscularis is
Alkaline secreting glands
4 things giving the small intestine a large surface area for absorbtion
Largest salivary glands
Point on surface of skin 2/3 from belly button and right anterior superior iliac spine
Aggregations of lymphatic nodules in small intestine
Part of small intestine that is deeper red
Central lacteal in villus does what?
Muscles originating outside the tongue, move tongue from side to side and in and out
Blood supply of live high in oxygen
Opening at back of mouth called the...
Are there crypts in the large intestine?
 
Islets of langerhans are the endocrine or exocrine part of the pancreas?
bottom 1/3 of tunica muscularis is
 
 
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Congenital anomaly mostly occuring in females
Located in the floor of the mouth between mandible and glenoglossus muscle
 
Portion of small intestine that is pale pink
Teeth that are all the same (found in snakes and sharks)
Two blood supplies of the liver:
Empties near upper 2nd molar
Blood supply of liver lowin oxygen and high in nutrients
 
Portion of small intestine with no Brunner's glands or Peyer's patches
Internal sphincters of rectum are
Congenital anomaly mostly occuring in males
Middle 1/3 of tunica muscularis is
Terminal part of the large intestine
 
Ileocecal fold flaps rely on ____ to open
 
Muscles originating inside the tongue, alter shape and size of tongue for shape and swallowing
Portion of small intestine with arcade that have many short loops
Located beneath the base of the tongue in posterior floor of mouth
 
3 divisions of small intestine
Portal triad consists of
 
Empties into mouth via Wharton's duct behind central incisors
Hemorrhoids below _____ have pain
 
The arrangement of two capillary beds in series where the second capillary bed receives venus blood from the firsrt

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