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5 Matching questions

  1. Parietal Cells
  2. Parietal and Visceral Peritoneum
  3. Inguinal hernia
  4. Peristalsis
  5. elimination of wastes
  1. a most common in males
    intestines push through the inguinal canal
  2. b serous membranes of the abdominopelvic cavity
  3. c defecation of feces
  4. d Hydrochloric: acid secretion
    Gastric intrinsic factor: GIF binds to B12 assisting in B12 absorption
    hyposecretion of GIF leads to pernicious anemia
  5. e form of propulsion
    involves the contraction and relaxation of muscles in the alimentary canal
    DOES NOT BREAK UP FOOD

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. bringing into
    nutrient transport into blood/lymph vessels
  2. periodic inflammation of intestinal wall
    symptoms include: cramping, diarrhea, weight loss, intestinal bleeding
  3. Stomach pushes through the esophageal hiatus
  4. Functions: absorb water and electrolytes, forces feces and vitamins towards the rectum
  5. SIMPLE COLUMNAR
    suspended by the mesentary proper
    Chemical digestion: bile from liver, digestive enzymes from the pancreas
    nutrient absorption

5 True/False questions

  1. Enteroendocrine CellsHormone secretion

          

  2. Secretionget rid of things
    production and release of bile, enzymes

          

  3. Intestinal obstructionmost common in males
    intestines push through the inguinal canal

          

  4. Submucosavascularized and innervated

          

  5. salivary glandsInternal Anal Sphincter: Smooth Muscle, Involuntary
    External Anal Sphincter: Skeletal Muscle, Voluntary
    Anal Sinuses: pressure from passing feces it allows mucous to be released lubricating the canal