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Anatomy Week 13 Quiz

Microvilli can be found in the: Small and Large Intestine
Phagocytic cells lining liver sinusoids are called _____ cells. Kupffer
Which of the following salivary glands produces only a mucus type of saliva? Sublinguals
The longest portion of the small intestine is the: ileum
The numerous small elevations on the surface of the tongue that support taste buds are called: papillae
The flap of tissue suspended from the midpoint of the posterior border of the soft palate is the: uvula
Which of the following is not a lobe of the liver? Medial; (Right. Left, Caudate, and Quadrate are lobes of the liver)
The hard palate consists of portions of: four bones: two maxillae and two palatines
The fan-shaped projection of peritoneum that connects the small intestine to the posterior abdominal wall is the: mesentery
Which of the following is not an anatomical part of the small intestine? cecum (duodenum, ileum, and jejunum are parts of the small intestine)
A barium enema study is used to detect and locate: polyps, tumors, diverticula (all)
Approximately how much saliva do the three pairs of compound tubuloalveolar glands (parotids, submandibulars, and sublinguals) secrete each day? 1 liter
The extrinsic tongue muscles differ from the intrinsic tongue muscles in that the _____ outside the tongue. extrinsic muscles insert into the tongue but have their origin
Which of the following organs has a mucosa layer composed of stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion? Esophagus
Which of the following organs has a mucosal layer that is composed of columnar epithelium with a brush border of microvilli to enhance absorption? small intestine
The walls of the GI tract are composed of ____ layers of tissue. four
Which of the following structures is anatomically the longest? Ileum
Surgical removal of the gallbladder is referred to as: cholecystectomy.
After leaving the stomach, food enters the: small intestine
The part of the colon that lies in the vertical position, on the left side of the abdomen, extending from a point below the stomach and spleen to the level of the iliac crest is the _____ colon. descending
An incision into the wall of the GI tract would cut, in order, from superficial to deep: serosa, muscularis, submucosa, and mucosa.
The more common term for deglutition is swallowing
The proper anatomical order for the divisions of the colon is: ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid.
The substance that forms the outer covering of the neck and root of a tooth is: cementum
All of the following are classified as accessory organs of the digestive system except the: mouth
The right angle between the transverse colon and the ascending colon is the: hepatic flexure
The type of tissue designed for absorption and secretion found throughout much of the GI tract is _____ epithelium. simple columnar
Which of the following papillae of the tongue lack taste buds? filiform
Bile is secreted by: hepatic cells
The most essential part of bile is: bile salts
Created by: cmblaska
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