5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Inferior mesenteric artery
The stalk that connects liverbud to duodenum becomes common bile duct.
- Celiac axis
Stomach, liver, pancreas, duodenum
- Portion of the endoderm of the cloaca that is in contact with the ectoderm. Otherwise, the cloaca is divided from the ectoderm by mesoderm.
(Thin light pink area in the diagram)
- Hirschsprung's disease
- a Blood supply above pectinate line?
What is the cloacal membrane?
- c The caudal and proximal parts of the hepatic diverticulum become what?
What is the top circle, and what does it supply?
- e What happens if the innervation of the gut does not happen correctly?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
What is the middle circle, and what does it supply?
- What supplies the hindgut?
- If the lumen of the median umbilical ligament fails to obliterate, what kind of structures can you have?
- What does the cranial part of the hepatic diverticulum grow into?
- How much does the gut rotate during development?
5 True/False Questions
You get something called "nonrotation," in which there is small bowel on the right side and colon on the left.
This increases the risk of volvulus and obstruction → When does peristalsis begin?
Imperforate anus, due to either a failure of the anal membrane to break down, or if the urorectal septum position is abnormal. → What eventually happens to the cloacal membrane?
Ileum → Where in the gut does a Meckel's diverticulum occur?
Tourneaux and Rathke folds
Tourneaux comes in from median, while Rathke come in from the sides. → How does the pancreas form?
Internal iliac artery → Blood supply above pectinate line?