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5 Matching questions

  1. Inflammatory bowl disease
  2. Inguinal hernia
  3. serosa
  4. Cirrhosis
  5. Peritoneal Cavity
  1. a visceral peritoneum
  2. b periodic inflammation of intestinal wall
    symptoms include: cramping, diarrhea, weight loss, intestinal bleeding
  3. c liver cells are destroyed and replaced by connective tissue, most commonly caused by alcholism
    one cause of jaundice: build up of billirubin from RBC recycling, causes yellowing of skin and sclera
  4. d space between two peritoneal layers
    contains serous fluid
  5. e most common in males
    intestines push through the inguinal canal

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Functions: absorb water and electrolytes, forces feces and vitamins towards the rectum
  2. Double layer folds of the peritoneum
    support intraperitoneal organs
    1. greater omentum
    2. lesser omentum
    3. mesentary proper
  3. Physical: breakdown of food
    mastication: chewing
    Segmentation: mixing and churning
  4. Simple Columnar Epithelium
    Storage of food
    mechanical digestion: mixes and churns food
    Chemical digestion: initiate protein digestion
    limited absorbtion: asprin, alcohol, salt
  5. Peristalsis: moving food along

5 True/False questions

  1. Viral Hepatitischeeks, hard palate, palatal rugae, labia, labial frenulum, vestibule
    lips consist of non-keritonized stratified squamous epithelium
    ***initial location for mechanical and chemical digestion

          

  2. PancreasOropharynx and laryngopharynx passageway for food, fluid, and air
    STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS

          

  3. salivary glandsParotid: 25-30% of saliva
    Sublingual: 3-5% salvia
    Submandibular: 60-70% saliva
    autonomic innervation
    Produces 1.5 L saliva a day

          

  4. Femoral HerniaStomach pushes through the esophageal hiatus

          

  5. Gall BladderProduction of bile, detoxification, RBC recycling, storage of excess nutrients, production of blood proteins albumin, fibrinogen, globulin