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Physiology

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3 layers of Mucus layer Epithelial lining Lamina Propria Muscularis Mucosa
Nature of cells of epithelial lining in 1) Mouth to Oesophagus 2) Stomach to LI Stratified Squamous Cuboidal
Lamina Propria is made of Connective Tissue
Submucus is absent in Mouth and Pharynx
Location of Only skeletal muscles in GI Only smooth muscles in GI Both skeletal and smooth muscles in GI Lips, cheek, wall of pharynx. Stomach and intestine. Esophagus.
Muscles in Stomach Oblique Circular Longitudinal
Muscles of intestine Circular Longitudinal
Auerbach's nerve plexus B/w circular and longitudinal Muscles of Intestine
Where serosa is replaced by fibrosa? Difference b/w both Pharynx and esophagus. Serosa has Connective Tissue (CT) and Mesoepithilial Fibrosa has only CT
Enteric Nervous System is made by Intrinsic Nervous System
Functions of entertic nervous system Movements and secretions of GI
Enteric Nervous System makes Auerbach's and Meissner's plexus
Other name of Auerbach's plexus Myenteric Plexus
Receptors in GI tract Stretch and chemo
Enteric Nervous System is controlled by Extrinsic nerves
Auerbach's plexus and Meissner's plexus are connected to CNS by Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves
Created by: Jivanjot