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FACILITATION

WVSOM -- OMT Review Book -- Facilitation

QuestionAnswer
Head and Neck T1-4
Heart T1-5
Respiratory System T2-7
Esophagus T2-8
Upper GI tract T5-9 Anything before the ligament of Treitz
Lower GI tract T12-L2 anything after the Splenic flexure
Middle GI tract T10-T11 Anything btetween the Ligament of Treitz and the Splenic Flexure
What makes up the upper GI tract? Stomach, liver , gall bladder, spleen, portions of pancreas and duodenum T5-9
What makes up the middle GI tract? T10-11 Portions of pancrease adn duodenum, jejunum, ilium,ascending colon and proximal 2/3 transferese colon (aka right colon)
What makes up Lower GI tract T12-L2, Distal 1/3 transverse colon, descending colon and Sigmoid colon (aka left colon), rectum
Appendix T12
Erectile tissue of penis and clitorus T10-L2
Prostate T12-L2
Arms T2-T8
Legs T11-12
Sypmathetic Ganglion and nerve for upper GI tract greater splanchnic and Celiac ganglion
sympathteic nerve and ganglion for middle GI tract Lesser splanchnic Nerve superior mesenteric ganglion
Lower GI tract sympathetic never and ganglia Least splanchnic nerve inferior mesenteric ganglion
Sympathetic ganglion for kidney and upper ureter Superior mesenteric ganglion
Ganglion for lower ureters Inferior mesenteric ganglion
Kidneys T10-11
Adrenal medulla T10
Upper ureters T10-T11
Lower Ureters T12-L1
Bladder T11-L2
Gonads T10-T11
Uterus and cervix T10-L2
Parasympathetic ganglion for pupils cliiary
Parasympathetic ganglion for lacrimal and nasal glands sphenopalatine ganglion
PS ganglion for slaiva glands Submandibular/sublingual = submandibular ganglion Parotid gland = Otic ganglion
parasympathetic innervation of repro system ovaries and testies = vagus all rest = pelvic splanchnic (S2-4)
Created by: tjamrose