5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Abnormal recanalization of the gut lumen following occlusion. This usually happens at the level of the duodenum
- At week six, midgut herniates in U-shaped "primary intestinal loop" into the cord. Loop attaches to the yolk sac via vitelline duct.
When out in the cord, gut rotates 90 degrees CCW
- Glycogen, vitamin B12, vitamin A
- Internal iliac artery
- Omphalocele, in that the herniated midgut did not return to the abdomen
- a Duodenal atresia may be due to what?
- b The liver is important for storing what?
- c Blood supply below pectinate line?
What is happening here?
What happens right afterward?
What is happening here in this ultrasound?
5 Multiple choice questions
- When does peristalsis begin?
- What happens if the omphalomesenteric (vitelline) duct persists?
- What gives rise to the enteric ganglia, and what are the enteric ganglia?
- What portion of the GI tract is important for neutralizing stomach acid?
5 True/False questions
Septum transversum (mesoderm between the heart and the midgut) → What supplies the hindgut?
Stomach, liver, pancreas, duodenum →
What is the top circle, and what does it supply?
Superior mesenteric artery → What supplies the hindgut?
Small bowel on the right and colon on the left
Increased risk of volvulus and obstruction. → Intestinal duplication may be due to what?
Small intestine from distal duodenum
Ascending and proximal transverse colon → What gut structures are derived from the endoderm?