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Largest of the salivary glands, located anterior to the ear
On each side of the jaw bone
under the tounge
Esophageal (cardiac), Pyloric
Mucous, parietal, chief, endocrine
First portion of the small intestine
Second portion of the small intestine
third portion of the small intestine
First two to three inches of the large intestine
Ascending, transverse, descending, sigmoid
controls the defecation reflex
has four lobes and manufactures and secretes bile
Pear shaped sac
Stored in the gall bladder, emulsifies fat.
secretes enzymes that are vital for the breakdown of all food types.
yeast infection of the mouth
Inflammation of the oral mucosa
Gastroesophageal reflux disease. Chronic condition in which stomach acid moves back into the esophagus from the stomach.
A craterlike lesion of the mucosal lining of the stomach or duodenum
the passage of fluid or unformed stools
sluggish action of the bowels
chronic inflammation of the colon
inflammation of the vermiform appendix
inflammation of the outpouching of the wall of the colon
a chronic inflammatory disease involving any part of the GI tract. Associated with scarring and thickening of the bowel wall.
inflammation of the liver. Types A, B and C
death of liver cells and their replacement by fibrous connective tissue (scarring).
inflammation of the gallbladder
the presence of gallstones in the gallbladder
accumulation of excess fluid in the peritoneal cavity.
yellow or greenish pigmentation of the skin due to hyperbilirubinemia
inflammation of the pancreas
The outermost layer of skin and outermost cells that are constantly lost through wear and tear
the first line of defense against bacteria and other microbes attempting to penetrate the skin
made up of living cells
located between the skin surface and muscles
increases the skins surface to touch
secrete and oily substance called sebum
produced in the skin when exposed to sunlight
a tender inflamed area of skin containing pus
deep, broad, swollen, erythematous and painful follicular masses
a superficial bacterial skin infection seen most commonly in babies and children.
an inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands and the adjacent hair follicle
parasitic infection that is often worse at night.
chronic inflammatory skin disorder characterized by recurrent exacerbations and remissions of thickened erythematous, scaling lesions.
the most common form of cancer