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anatomy digestive

digestive system

where the digestive tract is not covered in serosa, it is covered by a fibrous connective tissue called... plexus of Auerbauch (meyenteric plexus)
has only its anterior surface covered by peritoneum a retroperitoneal structure
what is composed of simple columnar cells, covered by thick viscous mucus, is constantly replaced, has folds called rugae? the lining of the stomach
lumen, mucosa, submucosa, muscularis, serosa the digestive tube layers
spleen is not part of the digestive tract
esophagus, pharynx are part of the digestive tract
the gall bladder stores bile
muscularis mucosae muscle layer nearest to the lumen
what are sheets of serous membrane that suspend portions of the digestive tract within the peritoneal cavity? mesenteries
what double sheets of peritoneal membrane provide an access route to digestive structures for nerves, lympphatics and blood vessles? mesenteries
are salivary glands parotid, sublingual, submandibular
are not salivary glands geniculate, maxillary
suspends the transverse colon in the abdominal cavity transverse mesocolon
a hollow muscular tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach esophagus
the tongue bumps are called papillae
increase surface area for digestion and absorption in the SI microvilli
the first intestinal segment entered by materials that leave the stomach through the pyloris duodenum
the hardest body surface enamel
not an accessory digestive organ spleen
gall bladder ,liver ,pancreas, salivary glands
cystic duct & common hepatic duct unite to form the common bile duct
visible portion of a tooth crown
curve of the duodenum head of the pancreas is most closely associated with
lobule basic functional unit of the liver
hepatic portal vein, hepatic artery, bile duct hepatic (portal) triad branches
pepsinogen secreted by Chief cells
hiatus opening in the diaphragm
ilium longest portion of the small intestine
Created by: jessicalaura