Ch 24 Pt 2b: Digestion: Peritoneum
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- (A) peritoneum, areolar connective, simple squamous mesothelium
(B) visceral peritoneum, parietal peritoneum.
- many, macrophages and antibody-producing plasma
- ileum and jejunum, posterior
- hepatic portal vein, common hepatic artery, common bile duct and some lymph nodes
- a the lesser omentum contains the following vessels: ___
- b (A) The ___ is the largest serous membrane in the body and consists of an outer layer of ___ tissue and inner layer of ___ cells. in the middle is serous fluid.
(B) The surface that covers some of the organs is called the ___. The layer that lines the wall of the abdominopelvic cavity is called the __
- c The double fold created by the ___ (peritoneal fold) contains blood, lymphatic vessels and some lymph nodes.
- d the mesentery binds the ___ to the ANTERIOR?/ POSTERIOR? wall
- e there are A FEW?/ MANY? lymph nodes in the greater omentum that contain ___ cells
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the ___ (fold) is actually two separate folds containing parts of the large intestine
- (1) the falciform ligament divides the ___organ and attaches it to the ___ to the ___.
(2) the lesser omentum suspends the ___ and ___ (organs) away from the ___ organ
- (1) the lesser omentum is ABOVE?/ BELOW? the greater omentum and contains the ___ (organs),
(2) the ___ omentum keeps these organs apart from the liver
- the peritoneum contains: ___
- the ___ is the fan-shaped fold in the peritoneum
5 True/False Questions
liver → the falciform ligament divides ___ [organ(s)]
ascites → ___ is a condition where the peritoneal cavity becomes filled with excess fluid.
peritonitis → ___ is a condition where the peritoneal cavity becomes filled with excess fluid.
fold in the peritoneum → the falciform ligament is ___ what?
greater omentum, mesocolon → the ___ fold of the peritoneum covers the transverse colon. The ___ fold wraps around the transverse colon