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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Reflux Esophagitis
  2. Appendicitis
  3. Enteroendocrine Cells
  4. Small intestine
  5. Parietal Cells
  1. a Simple Columnar Epithelium, nutrient absorption
  2. b Stomach, hydrochloric acid secretion, gastric intrinsic factor secretion, hyposecretion leads to no RBC mitosis
  3. c Heartburn
  4. d Hormone Secretion (Gastrin and Somatostatin)
  5. e Fecal matter obstructs appendix, swells and bursts

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Erosion of stomach or duodenal mucosa, associated with asprin and heliobacter pylori; perforating ulcer = eroded through entire wall
  2. Intestines push through inguinal canal - more common males
  3. 32
  4. Hardest substance in body
  5. Well-developed muscle for strong contractions, rectal valves prevent feces from being passes

5 True/False questions

  1. Large IntestineAbsorb water and electrolytes

          

  2. SubmucosaEpithelial lining closest to lumen - secretion and absorption

          

  3. Chief CellsStomach, hydrochloric acid secretion, gastric intrinsic factor secretion, hyposecretion leads to no RBC mitosis

          

  4. Subligual Salivary Gland25-30% of saliva production

          

  5. MuscularisEpithelial lining closest to lumen - secretion and absorption

          

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