5 Written Questions
5 Matching 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
- Undifferentiated endodermal cells proliferate and occlude gut lumen
Then it recanalizes over the next 2 weeks
Definitive mucosal epithelium differentiates by week 9.
- Omphalocele, in that the herniated midgut did not return to the abdomen
- a What is the major hematopoietic organ of the embryo?
- b What happens if the gut doesn't rotate?
- c What portion of the gut only gives rise to gut (not other organs)?
What is happening here in this ultrasound?
- e What happens to gut development at week 6?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What is an annular pancreas?
- If the lumen of the median umbilical ligament fails to obliterate, what kind of structures can you have?
This is a section of midgut at the level of the ileum. What might this be, and what created this?
- What happens in the case of volvulus?
What is this?
5 True/False Questions
Liver, biliary tree
Pancreas → What structures are derived from the foregut?
Tourneaux and Rathke folds
Tourneaux comes in from median, while Rathke come in from the sides. → How does the pancreas form?
Glycogen, vitamin B12, vitamin A → The liver is important for storing what?
Gut epthelium, glands
Pancreas → What gut structures are derived from the endoderm?
Vitelline duct → Where in the gut does a Meckel's diverticulum occur?