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5 Matching questions

  1. Reflux Esophagitis
  2. Rectum
  3. Inguinal Hernia
  4. Retroperitoneal
  5. Femoral Hernia
  1. a Intestines push through inguinal canal - more common males
  2. b Well-developed muscle for strong contractions, rectal valves prevent feces from being passes
  3. c Intestines push through femoral triangle - more common females
  4. d Organs that lie directly against body wall - duodenum, pancreas, ascending/descending colon, rectum, kidneys; everything else intra-peritoneal
  5. e Heartburn

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 60-70% of saliva production
  2. Stomach, hydrochloric acid secretion, gastric intrinsic factor secretion, hyposecretion leads to no RBC mitosis
  3. propulsion, contraction and relaxation of smooth muscle in alimentory canal
  4. Erosion of stomach or duodenal mucosa, associated with asprin and heliobacter pylori; perforating ulcer = eroded through entire wall
  5. pressure releases mucous, lubricating anal canal during defication

5 True/False questions

  1. Hiatal HerniaIntestines push through femoral triangle - more common females

          

  2. Intestinal ObstructionIntestines push through inguinal canal - more common males

          

  3. Lips histologyStratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium

          

  4. Small intestineAbsorb water and electrolytes

          

  5. Parotid Salvary Gland25-30% of saliva production