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GI Wall Flashcards

Digestive Track Wall Flash Cards

QuestionAnswer
Mucous Epithelium Inner Most Epithelium walls
Lamina Propria Aerolar connective tissue, blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, provide nutrients, distribute hormones & absorbs. MAIT protects GI track wall from bacteria & pathogens
Muscularis Mucosae Made up of muscle responsible for generating local movement in stomach and small intestines, generates folds that increase the absorb surface of the mucosa
Submucosa Areolar connective tissue containing blood vessels, lymphatic vessels and never fibers
Muscularis Externa smooth muscles (3 in stomach and 2 in intestines) & associated never fibers. Peristalsis & mechanical digestion by segmentation.
Subserosa Lose areolar tissues
Visceral Peritoneum Covers the mucularis externa, stomach, large and small intestines. The mesentery is an extension.
Created by: xocheronnieox