5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Patent urachus
- Abnormal recanalization of the gut lumen following occlusion.
- Septum transversum (mesoderm between the heart and the midgut)
- Gut twists and cuts of blood supply, usually resulting in a red infarct
- a What does the hepatic diverticum grow into?
- b What is the major hematopoietic organ of the embryo?
- c Intestinal duplication may be due to what?
- d What happens in the case of volvulus?
- e If the lumen of the median umbilical ligament fails to obliterate, what kind of structures can you have?
5 Multiple choice questions
- The caudal and proximal parts of the hepatic diverticulum become what?
- Blood supply above pectinate line?
- When does the midgut undergo herniation?
What diseases is this process associated with?
- What does the hindgut give rise to?
5 True/False questions
Pretty much right where the anal membrane was, i.e. where the junction was between endoderm and ectoderm. → When does the midgut return to the abdomen after herniation?
Vitelline duct → Where in the gut does a Meckel's diverticulum occur?
Urorectal septum, a wedge of mesoderm that will divide cloaca into rectum and bladder → What does the hepatic diverticum grow into?
Neural crest cells
Meissner's plexus → If the lumen of the median umbilical ligament fails to obliterate, what kind of structures can you have?
Inferior mesenteric artery → What supplies the hindgut?