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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Reflux Esophagitis
  2. Umbilical Hernia
  3. Deciduous Teeth
  4. Segmentation
  5. Retroperitoneal
  1. a Intestines push through rectus abdominus
  2. b 20 baby teeth
  3. c Heartburn
  4. d Organs that lie directly against body wall - duodenum, pancreas, ascending/descending colon, rectum, kidneys; everything else intra-peritoneal
  5. e Contractions of smooth muscle, mechanical digestion, mixes food with digestive juices

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Stomach, acidic mucin secretion to maintain acidic contitions
  2. visceral peritoneum
  3. Stomach pushes through esophageal hiatus
  4. Epithelial lining closest to lumen - secretion and absorption
  5. 2nd most common cancer, intestinal polyps (slight blockage looking thing on side of intestinal wall)

5 True/False questions

  1. Small intestineSimple Columnar Epithelium, nutrient absorption

          

  2. MuscularisEpithelial lining closest to lumen - secretion and absorption

          

  3. Gallstonespressure releases mucous, lubricating anal canal during defication

          

  4. DevelopmentEndoderm becomes tube; foregut (pharynx to duodenum), midgut (duodenum to transverse colon), hindgut (transverse colon to anus), everything else off gut tube

          

  5. Stomachvisceral peritoneum