5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Splanchnic mesoderm (from lateral mesoderm) gives rise to muscularis, lamina propria, submucosa, vessels, connective tissue
- Inferior mesenteric artery
- Urorectal septum, a wedge of mesoderm that will divide cloaca into rectum and bladder
- Endoderm-derived hepatocytes, biliary tree.
Mesoderm-derived connective tissue, hematopoietic, and Kupffer cells
- Distal esophagus
- a How is the portal venous system connected to the systemic venous system?
- b What does the cranial part of the hepatic diverticulum grow into?
- c How does the mesoderm contribute to the gut?
- d What supplies the hindgut?
- e What will divide the cloaca into what?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Blood supply below pectinate line?
What is happening here?
What happens right afterward?
- What portion of the GI tract is important for neutralizing stomach acid?
- What happens to gut development at week 6?
- What structures are derived from the foregut?
5 True/False questions
Small bowel on the right and colon on the left
Increased risk of volvulus and obstruction. → Intestinal duplication may be due to what?
From dorsal and ventral buds
Ventral bud moves dorsally and the two buds fuse → If the lumen of the median umbilical ligament fails to obliterate, what kind of structures can you have?
Week 10, after the innervation of gut smooth muscle begins. → When does peristalsis begin?
4th week, off of the caudal foregut endoderm. → During what weeks is the midgut herniated into the umbilicus?
Duodenal obstruction, peptic ulcer disease, pancreatitis → What are some complications of a failure of the urachus lumen to obliterate?