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LIVER

DIGESTIVE

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LIVER LARGEST GLAND WITH 4 LOBES 2 ON LEFT 2 ON RIGTH
FUNCTION OF LIVER CONTROL BLOOD GLOCUSE LEVELS
LIVER FUNCTION CARB, FATS, PROTEIN METABOLISM
LIVER FUNCTION STORE VIT, IRON, COPPER
LIVER FUNCTION REMOVAL OF DRUGS, HORMONES, TOXINS
LIVER FUNCTION PRODUCTION OF BILE FROM WATER, IONS, CHOLESTEROL, BILE SALT AND BILRUBIN FROM RBC
LIVER FUNCTION SYNTHESIS BILE SALT FROM CHOLESTEROL
LIVER FUNCTION SYNTHESIS OF BLOOD PROTEIN TRANSPORT, CLOTTING, COMPLEMENT PROTEIN
LIVER FUNCTION PHAGOCYTOSIS
HOW DOES BLOOD ENTER LIVER THRU HEPATIC ARTERY --> HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN(IN DIGESTIVE TRACT)
HEPATIC LOBES 6 SIDES W/ ROWS OF HEPATIC CELLS HEPATIC CELLS ARRANGED AROUND CENTRAL VEIN.
WHAT IS ARE ON EACH CORNER OF LOBES HEPATIC TRIAD
ARRANGED ALONG WITH HEPATIC TRIAD ARE HEPATIC ARTERY, HEPATIC PORTAL VENULE,BILE DUCT
HOW DOES BLOOD PASS THRU HEPATIC SINUSOIDS EMPTIES INTO CENTRAL VEIN --> WHICH LEAD TO HEPATIC VEIN
ARRANGED ON LOBES ARE WHAT TYPE OF CELLS KUPFFER'S CELLS
WHAT CELLS REMOVE OLD RBC, WBC AND BACTERIAL KUPFFER'S CELLS (PHAGOCYTES)
WHAT CELL CARRY OUT MOST FUNCTIONS OF THE LIVER HEPATIC CELLS
HEPATIC CELLS FORMS AND SECRETES WHAT IN BILE CANALICULI? BILE, WHICH FLOWS INTO BILE DUCT
HOW DOES BILE FLOW FROM BILE CANALICULI --> BILE DUCT --> R AND L HEPATIC DUCT --> BECOMES COMMON HEPATIC DUCT -->LEAVES LIVER ---> CYSTIC DUCT OF gb FORMS COMMON BILE DUCT ---> PANCREATIC DUCT
WHAT FORMS COMMON HEPATIC BILE DUCT L & R HEPATIC DUCT
COMMON HEPATIC BILE DUCT MERGES WITH CYSTIC DUCT OF GALLBLADDER
WHAT FORMS COMMON BILE DUCT POINT WHERE CYSTIC DUCT AND COMMON HEPATIC DUCT MERGES
COMMON BILE DUCT MERGES WITH PANCREATIC BILE DUCT
WHERE DOES BILE ENTER DUODENDUM HEPATOPANCREATIC SPHINCTER (IS CLOSE WHEN NO FAT)
ACCESSORY PANCREATIC DUCT SUPPLY ENZYMES TO THE TRACT
HEPATIC PORTAL VEINS TRAVELS FROM DIGESTIVE TRACT --> LIVER
HEPATIC PORTAL TRIADS KUPFFER CELLS FOUND IN THERE
FILTRATION MEMBRANE CAPILLARY ENDOTHELIUM LINE BASEMENT MEM. BTW CAPILLARY ARE FENESTRATION WHERE BLOOD TRAVELS THRU PASS THRU BASEMENT MEM TO PODOCYTES ---> WITH PODOCYTE FOOT PROCESSES (CREATE FILTRATION SLITS)
Created by: d1975f
 

 



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