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digestive system

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duodenum the first 10-12 in of the small intestine
jejunum 2nd portion of sm intestine - 8 ft long
ileum 3rd part of sm intestine connects to large intestine - 11 ft long
lg intestine connects sm intestine ILEUM TO THE ANUS
LG INTESTINE is made up of the cecum, the colon, and rectum
liver produces bile which helps with digestion of fat
bile ducts passageways that carry bile
pancreas organ that helps digestion and helps regulate blood sugar
gallbladder sm, saclike structure that stores bile
appendix sm pouch on the end of the cecum of the large intestine
peritoneum a serious saclike lining of the abdomen and pelvic cavities
hemi- half
-pepsia digestion
abdomen portion of the body between the thorax and the pelvis
abdomen/o celi/o lapar/o abdomen
or/o stomat/o mouth
proct/o rect/o rectum
col/o colon/o colon
duoden/o duodenum
enter/o intestine
an/o anus
antr/o antrum
cec/o cecum
streat/o fat
uvul/o uvula
plyp/o polyp, sm growth
plylor/o pylorus, pyloric spincter
sial/o saliva, salivary gland
gloss/o lingu/o tongue
palat/o palate
pancreat/o pancreas
peritone/o peritoneum
diverticul/o diverticulum or bind pouch extending from hollow orga n
gingiv/o gum
cheil/o lip
chol/e gall, bile
chledoch/o common bile duct
cholecysitis chole/e/cyst/itis inflammation of the gallbladder
cholangioma CHOLANGI/OMA tumor of the bile duct
cholelithiasis CHOL/E/LITH/IASIS condition of gallstones
choledocholithiasis CHOLEDOCH/O/LITH/IASIS condition of stones in the common bile ducts
peritonitis PERITON/ITIS inflammation of the peritoneum
gastroenteritis GASTR/O/ENTER/ITIS inflammation of the intestines and stomach
proctoptosis PROCT/O/PTOSIS prolapse of the rectum
polyposis POLYP/OSIS abnormal condition of multiple polyps
Created by: pcontreras