5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Imperforate anus, due to either a failure of the anal membrane to break down, or if the urorectal septum position is abnormal.
- Primordial pharynx
Liver, biliary tree
- Tourneaux and Rathke folds
Tourneaux comes in from median, while Rathke come in from the sides.
- Volvulus resulting in a red infarct and then necrotic, dead bowel.. This can occur especially in a "nonrotated" gut.
- Omphalocele, in that the herniated midgut did not return to the abdomen
- c What structures are derived from the foregut?
- d What folds are included in the urorectal septum?
What is happening here in this ultrasound?
5 Multiple choice questions
- When does the midgut undergo herniation?
- What happens if the gut doesn't rotate?
- What is attached to the leading edge of the herniating midgut?
What is the cloacal membrane?
What is the bottom circle, and what does it supply?
5 True/False questions
Gut twists and cuts of blood supply, usually resulting in a red infarct → When do the liver, biliary, tree, pancreas arise from the ventral buds, and off of what?
This is unclear. → What supplies the foregut?
Removes last bit of extra water
Stores residual stool until convenient to discharge
Prevents bacterial and parasitic invasion. → Why is the colon important?
Lower part of the head, uncinate process (lower left portion of head)
Main duct (Wirsung) → What does the hepatic diverticum grow into?
Septum transversum (mesoderm between the heart and the midgut) → What does the hepatic diverticum grow into?