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11 terms
Jejunum
lamina epithelialis
lamina propria
lamina muscularis
tunica mucosa
lamina epithelialis
lamina propria
Jejunum model
Mucosa
villi
simple columnar epithelium
intestinal glands
What layer is the yellow lines indicating?
What are the finger-like projections the orange arrows are po…
What is the outer layer surrounding the villi that the black…
What is the structure that the black pointers are pointing to…
Mucosa
What layer is the yellow lines indicating?
villi
What are the finger-like projections the orange arrows are po…
Jejunum model
Mucosa
villi
simple columnar epithelium
lamina propria
What layer is the yellow lines indicating?
What are the finger-like projections the orange arrows are po…
What is the outer layer surrounding the villi that the black…
What is the white connective tissue in between making up majo…
Mucosa
What layer is the yellow lines indicating?
villi
What are the finger-like projections the orange arrows are po…
Jejunum Enzymes
maltase
sucrase
lactase
erepsin
maltose--> glucose and glucose
sucrose--> glucose and fructose
lactose--> glucose and galactose
dipeptides--> amino acids
maltase
maltose--> glucose and glucose
sucrase
sucrose--> glucose and fructose
Jejunum & Ileum
The second part of the small intestine…
The third part of the small intestine…
There are little to no gross anatomica…
The ___ consists roughly of the proxim…
duodenojejunal flexure... intraperitoneal
ileocecal junction... cecum
jejunum & ileum
jejunum... ileum
The second part of the small intestine…
duodenojejunal flexure... intraperitoneal
The third part of the small intestine…
ileocecal junction... cecum
6 terms
jejunum and ileum
duodojejunal flexure
ileocecal junction
20 ft
mesentery
where the jejunum begins
where ileum ends
total measurement of the jejunum and ileum
attaches SI to post. abdominal wall
duodojejunal flexure
where the jejunum begins
ileocecal junction
where ileum ends
24 terms
Jejunum and ileum
Jejunum
Ileum
Cells that facilitate digestion in the…
Mucosal intestinal gland cells
-Less fat and mesentery... -Greater vascularity... -Few lymphoid no…
-More fat and mesentery... -Less vascularity ... -More lymphoid nod…
-Brush-border absorptive cells with microvilli... -Mucosal intes…
Goblet cells (mucus) and Paneth cells (lysozome)
Jejunum
-Less fat and mesentery... -Greater vascularity... -Few lymphoid no…
Ileum
-More fat and mesentery... -Less vascularity ... -More lymphoid nod…
Jejunum and Liver Slide
Hepatic triad
hepatic portal vein
hepatic artery
bile duct
What structure?
What structure?
What structure?
What structure?
Hepatic triad
What structure?
hepatic portal vein
What structure?
15 terms
jejunum and ileum
describe the difference between jejunu…
role of mesentary in the small intestine
duodenum to jejujenum is shown by what
common features of jejunum and ileum
the jejunum is found in the left upper quadrant and the ileum…
keeps order, and brings in lymphatics, arteries and nerves
the suspensory ligament of the duodenum (ligament of treitz),…
functions in absorption of nutrients previously digested in d…
describe the difference between jejunu…
the jejunum is found in the left upper quadrant and the ileum…
role of mesentary in the small intestine
keeps order, and brings in lymphatics, arteries and nerves
9 terms
Jejunum and Ileum
The jejunum and ileum extend from the…
Peritonealization? ... attachments?
The root of this mesentery conveys what?
Their jejunal and ileal branches reach…
duodenojejunal flexure... ileocecal junction
completely... suspended from the posterior abdominal wall by th…
the superior mesenteric artery, vein, lymphatics, and autonom…
mesentery... anterior surface of the fourth part of the duoden…
The jejunum and ileum extend from the…
duodenojejunal flexure... ileocecal junction
Peritonealization? ... attachments?
completely... suspended from the posterior abdominal wall by th…
11 terms
Histology - Jejunum Slide
Mucosa
simple columnar epithelium
goblet cells
lamina propria
arranged into villi
mucus secreting cells
connective tissue within villi
Mucosa
arranged into villi
simple columnar epithelium
7 terms
Small Intestine - Ileum & Jejunum
Jejunum
Plicae Circularis (circular folds) of…
Mesojejunum
Ileum
A
B
A
Jejunum
Plicae Circularis (circular folds) of…
A
57 terms
GI Anatomy (Jejunum to Anus)
back
pubic
flanks
subcostal, gall bladder
Where does pancreatic pain classically radiate to?
Where does bladder and uterus pain radiate to?
where does renal colic pain radiate to?
What type of incision is this? What would be removed here?
back
Where does pancreatic pain classically radiate to?
pubic
Where does bladder and uterus pain radiate to?
Blood Tracing - Jejunum
CPC
superior mesenteric a.
jejunal a.
anastomotic loops
...
...
...
...
CPC
...
superior mesenteric a.
...
14 terms
Histology-Small Intestine: Jejunum
Jejunum
jejunum
Jejunum
capillaries and lacteals
Jejunum
jejunum
Digestive System- Jejunum and Ileum
Jejunum and Ileum
Jejunum
Ileum
Plicae circulares
Primary function- absorption of food materials into the blood.
Proximal 2/5's of small intestine not including the duodenum.…
Distal 3/5's of the small intestine. More fat in its mesenter…
Circular folds in the internal structure
Jejunum and Ileum
Primary function- absorption of food materials into the blood.
Jejunum
Proximal 2/5's of small intestine not including the duodenum.…
58 terms
Small intestine: jejunum/ileum
Where is the small intestine located?
What is the small intestine connected…
What connects the small intestine to t…
What is the mesentery?
Posterior to greater omentum
Vertebral column
Mesentery
Double layered peritoneum that encloses jejunum and ileum - a…
Where is the small intestine located?
Posterior to greater omentum
What is the small intestine connected…
Vertebral column
Anatomy of the Jejunum and Ileum
Jejunum and Ileum
Common problems of Jejunum and Ileum
Ligament of Treitz
Innervation of Jejunum and Ileum
*Villous mucosal surface adapted to absorption of nutrient, e…
*Obstruction of lumen due to adhesions... *Metastatic tumor or h…
*Suspensory ligament of duodenum... *"Continental divide" for fo…
*Parasympathetic: via branches of vagus nerve, stimulation in…
Jejunum and Ileum
*Villous mucosal surface adapted to absorption of nutrient, e…
Common problems of Jejunum and Ileum
*Obstruction of lumen due to adhesions... *Metastatic tumor or h…
Jejunum and Ileum- Simple Stomach
What takes place here?
What does the jejunum have?
What is below the mucosal layer?
What are the 4 layers of the jejunum?
Absorption
Enterocytes
Villi
1) Mucosal... 2) Submucosa... 3) Muscularis... 4) Serosa
What takes place here?
Absorption
What does the jejunum have?
Enterocytes
52 terms
Jejunum to anus anatomy
Abdominal wall layers
Transversalis fascia
Umbilicus level
Arcuate line
Skin... Superficial fascia... External oblique... Internal oblique... Tra…
Covers flat muscles
L3/4 inter vertebral disc
Where inferior epigastric vessels perforate rectus abdominis
Abdominal wall layers
Skin... Superficial fascia... External oblique... Internal oblique... Tra…
Transversalis fascia
Covers flat muscles
Digestive System - Jejunum
Jejuno-
Jejunal
Jejunectomy
Jejunotomy
Jejunum
Relating to the jejunum
Surgical removal of the jejunum
Cutting into the jejunum.
Jejuno-
Jejunum
Jejunal
Relating to the jejunum
14 terms
Jejunum und Ileum
Jejunum
Ileum
Länge
Lage
Leerdarm
Krummdarm
2,5-5 m (Ileum länger als Jejunum)
•intreperitoneal... •Meso schutzt vor Darmverschlingung
Jejunum
Leerdarm
Ileum
Krummdarm
30 terms
Small intestine (Jejunum and Ileum)
Is the small intestine anterior or pos…
What connects the small intestine to t…
Where does the jejunum begin?
Is there a clear line of demarcation b…
Posterior
The mesentery
At the duodeno-jejunal flexure
No
Is the small intestine anterior or pos…
Posterior
What connects the small intestine to t…
The mesentery
41 terms
DEUDEUM, JEJUNUM, ILLEUM
Sizes
diameter of it
How till are villi
how is internal mucosa arranged
D - 0,25... j - 2.5... i 3.75#so around 6 m long
3.5cm
1mm
circular folds
Sizes
D - 0,25... j - 2.5... i 3.75#so around 6 m long
diameter of it
3.5cm
Duodenum/Jejunum/ileum
duodenum/jejunum/ileum: epithelium
ileum
jejunum lies
ileum/ jejunum BS
simple columnar
-terminal portion of small int... -12 ft
-proximal to ileum... -8 ft
intestinal A (ileal & jejunal A)
duodenum/jejunum/ileum: epithelium
simple columnar
ileum
-terminal portion of small int... -12 ft
Week 3 - Jejunum, ileum, colon
List the structures of the midgut
Name the end-point of the midgut
List the structures of the hindgut
The root of the mesentery separates th…
Jejunum... Ileum... Cecum... Appendix... Ascending colon... Transverse colon
Left colic flexure
Descending colon... Sigmoid colon... Rectum... Anal canal
Right and left paracolic gutters
List the structures of the midgut
Jejunum... Ileum... Cecum... Appendix... Ascending colon... Transverse colon
Name the end-point of the midgut
Left colic flexure
47 terms
Anatomy 8: Jejunum, Ileum and LI
SI
Jejunum & Ileum
LI
Jejunum
Continues as Jejunum and Ileum... Suspended on mesentery, contin…
Duodenojejunal flexure, gradually ileum... Ileum to ileocaecal j…
Absorbs fluid, dries out chyme to create feces
Upper left abdomen... Wider bore, thicker wall, redder than ileu…
SI
Continues as Jejunum and Ileum... Suspended on mesentery, contin…
Jejunum & Ileum
Duodenojejunal flexure, gradually ileum... Ileum to ileocaecal j…
Anatomy of the jejunum, ileum and large intestine
list the components of the large intes…
function of jejunum and ileum
how long is the jejunum and ileum and…
start and end location
Caecum plus appendix, acsending colon, transverse colon, desc…
continue absorption which is aided by addition of a huge amou…
about 6 metres: 2/5 jejunum and 3/5 ileum
jejunum starts at duodenojejunal flexure (anatomical bend or…
list the components of the large intes…
Caecum plus appendix, acsending colon, transverse colon, desc…
function of jejunum and ileum
continue absorption which is aided by addition of a huge amou…
27 terms
Gross III- Jejunum, Ileum, Colon
Food Passage
Foregut
Midgut
Hindgut
Mouth --> pharynx --> stomach --> small intestines ... (duodenu…
Celiac Trunk
Superior Mesenteric Artery... Jejunum, ileum, cecum and proxima…
Inferior Mesenteric Artery... Distal 1/3rd of transverse colon,…
Food Passage
Mouth --> pharynx --> stomach --> small intestines ... (duodenu…
Foregut
Celiac Trunk
Small intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileum)
This organ extends from the pyloric or…
This is the shortest and widest part o…
which part of the duodenum runs to the…
which part of the duodenum contains th…
Small intestine
duodenum
first part
second part
This organ extends from the pyloric or…
Small intestine
This is the shortest and widest part o…
duodenum
14 terms
Poultry Digestive System (Jejunum to Vent)
Where does the Jejunum connect?
Where from and why does the jejunum re…
Where does the Ileum connect?
What happens in the Ileum?
connects from the duodenal loop to the ileum
Receive bile from liver or gall bladder to breakdown fats
Connects to the jejunum and the large intestine
Digestion ends and end products are absorbed for use by the b…
Where does the Jejunum connect?
connects from the duodenal loop to the ileum
Where from and why does the jejunum re…
Receive bile from liver or gall bladder to breakdown fats
66 terms
GI Anatomy 3- Jejunum to Anus
How does the appearance of the rectus…
What is the arcuate line?
Where does the inguinal ligament attac…
What is the relationship of inguinal c…
Above the arcuate line, the aponeurosis of the muscles pass i…
Where the aponeurosis ends- it is the line that divides the u…
ASIS to pubic tubercle
Inguinal canal is superior and parallel to the inguinal ligam…
How does the appearance of the rectus…
Above the arcuate line, the aponeurosis of the muscles pass i…
What is the arcuate line?
Where the aponeurosis ends- it is the line that divides the u…
Clinical Anatomy - Jejunum, ileum, colon
Name the sign in colonoscopy to identi…
What forms the Bow and arrow sign?
In which condition do we use the rule…
Name 5 rules in the rules of 2's
Bow and arrow sign
The appendiceal orifice and the ileocecal valve
Meckel's diverticulum
2% of the population... 2 times more common in males... 2 feet from…
Name the sign in colonoscopy to identi…
Bow and arrow sign
What forms the Bow and arrow sign?
The appendiceal orifice and the ileocecal valve
31 terms
Anatomy - GI 3 - Jejunum to anus
What are four diagnoses for a lump in…
How does the rectus sheath differ abov…
Where does the inguinal ligament run f…
What are the boundaries of the inguina…
Malignancy... Lymphadenopathy... Femoral aneurysm... Inguinal hernia
Above - Anterior and posterior to the rectus abdominis muscle…
The ASIS to the pubic tubercle
Superiorly (M) - Lower edge of the internal oblique and tranv…
What are four diagnoses for a lump in…
Malignancy... Lymphadenopathy... Femoral aneurysm... Inguinal hernia
How does the rectus sheath differ abov…
Above - Anterior and posterior to the rectus abdominis muscle…
Anatomy of the jejunum, ileum & large intestine
What is the length of the jejunum and…
How is the physical appearance of the…
Why is the jejunum thicker than the il…
What are the characteristic of the jej…
6 metres 2/5jejunum and 3/5 ilium
it is wider thicker walled and has a redder colour , it is ge…
More absorption occurs in it so it has ,ore plicae circulares…
Root at L2 , it has few arcades , long vasa recta and more fa…
What is the length of the jejunum and…
6 metres 2/5jejunum and 3/5 ilium
How is the physical appearance of the…
it is wider thicker walled and has a redder colour , it is ge…
10 terms
Jejunum and Ileum, large intestine objectives
Ligament of Treitz
Innervation of jejunum and ileum
ileum rule of 2
Colon charcteristics
"continental divide" for fore gut and midgut upper/lower GI b…
Parasympethetic- vagus- stimulate motility of bowel.... Sympathe…
2% of population... symptomatic by age 2... occurs 2 ft from ileo-c…
Tenia coli... Haustral folds... Omental appendices... 2x size of small…
Ligament of Treitz
"continental divide" for fore gut and midgut upper/lower GI b…
Innervation of jejunum and ileum
Parasympethetic- vagus- stimulate motility of bowel.... Sympathe…
Week 3 - Jejunum, ileum, colon
Name 3 functions of the small intestines
Folds of the mucosa and submucosa
Name 3 structures that increase the ab…
Where are the glands present in the mu…
Completion of digestion... Absorption of nutrients... Absorption of…
Circular folds... Valvulae conniventes... Valves of Kerckring
Circular folds... Villi... Microvilli
Crypts of Lieberkuhn
Name 3 functions of the small intestines
Completion of digestion... Absorption of nutrients... Absorption of…
Folds of the mucosa and submucosa
Circular folds... Valvulae conniventes... Valves of Kerckring
14 terms
JEJUNUM, ILEUM, DUODENUM, PANCREAS AND GALL BLADDER
ACESSORY PANCREATIC DUCT/DUCT OF SANTO…
MAIN PANCREATIC DUCT/DUCT OF WURSONG
AMPULLA OF VATER/HEPATOPANCREATIC AMPU…
CYSTIC DUCT
ACESSORY PANCREATIC DUCT/DUCT OF SANTO…
MAIN PANCREATIC DUCT/DUCT OF WURSONG
10 terms
Esophagus, Stomach, Duodenum, Jejunum,Colon or large intestine
Stratified squamous epithelium
Muscle
Lumen of esophagus
Gastric pit
1.esophagus
2.
3.
1.stomach
Stratified squamous epithelium
1.esophagus
Muscle
2.
51 terms
Gross 3 Midterm Jejunum, Ileum, Colon
Food Passage
foregut
midgut
hindgut
Mouth... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestines (duodenu…
celiac trunk
superior mesenteric artery
inferior mesenteric artery
Food Passage
Mouth... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestines (duodenu…
foregut
celiac trunk
29 terms
Stomach, Duodenum, Pancreas, Spleen, Jejunum, Ileum
What are the vertebral levels of each…
What are the differences between the J…
What structures are behind the 1st par…
What is the portal triad?
1st part = L1... 2nd part = L2... 3rd part = L3... 4th part = L2
Ileum:... -lower right quadrant... -narrow diameter... -few small circ…
1. common bile duct... 2. portal vein (posterior)... 3. gastroduode…
1. common bile duct... 2. portal vein... 3. proper hepatic artery
What are the vertebral levels of each…
1st part = L1... 2nd part = L2... 3rd part = L3... 4th part = L2
What are the differences between the J…
Ileum:... -lower right quadrant... -narrow diameter... -few small circ…
50 terms
Gross III Peritoneum, Jejunum, Ileum, Colon
Peritoneum
Parietal Peritoneum
Visceral Peritoneum
Intraperitoneal Organs
Serous membrane the lines the abdominopelvic cavity and cover…
Lines the wall of the cavity
Covers the viscera (organs)
Covered completely by visceral peritoneum. ex, stomach, liver…
Peritoneum
Serous membrane the lines the abdominopelvic cavity and cover…
Parietal Peritoneum
Lines the wall of the cavity
44 terms
16.02.05 anatomy of the jejunum, ileum and colon
jejunum and ileum
jejunum and ileum struture
jejunum
ileum
suspended on the mesentery and continue absorption, which is…
coils are freely mobile, being suspended from the posterior a…
lies in upper left abdomen. wider bored, thick walled and red…
tends to be in lower right section of abdomen. plicae circula…
jejunum and ileum
suspended on the mesentery and continue absorption, which is…
jejunum and ileum struture
coils are freely mobile, being suspended from the posterior a…
13 terms
Monogastric Digestive System (Jejunum & Ileum to Cecum)
Where does the most absorption of nutr…
The jejunum and ileum portion of the s…
What types of absorption are there?
What is passive absorption?
the jejunum and ileum
many folds lined with finger like projections (villi)
Passive and Active Transport
No energy required, results from diffusion
Where does the most absorption of nutr…
the jejunum and ileum
The jejunum and ileum portion of the s…
many folds lined with finger like projections (villi)
28 terms
Gross Anatomy III - Exam Two - jejunum and ileum
Structures of midgut derivatives
Common blood supply of midgut derivati…
Common lymph drainage
Jejunum location
Duodenum... Jejunum and ileum... Cecum and appendix... Ascending co…
Superior mesenteric a
Superior mesenteric nodes
Left of L2, mostly in left upper quadrant
Structures of midgut derivatives
Duodenum... Jejunum and ileum... Cecum and appendix... Ascending co…
Common blood supply of midgut derivati…
Superior mesenteric a
5 terms
Chapter 3 diseases & Conditions: duodenum, jejunum, ileum
ileus
Postoperative ileus
Intussusception
Volvulus
Abnormal absence of peristalsis in the small and large intest…
Occurs after the intestines are manipulated during abdominal…
Telescoping of one segment of intestine inside the lumen of t…
Twisting of the intestine around itself because of a structur…
ileus
Abnormal absence of peristalsis in the small and large intest…
Postoperative ileus
Occurs after the intestines are manipulated during abdominal…
Combo with "Jejunum and Liver Slide" and 1 other
Hepatic triad
hepatic portal vein
hepatic artery
bile duct
What structure?
What structure?
What structure?
What structure?
Hepatic triad
What structure?
hepatic portal vein
What structure?
14 terms
Neuroendocrine Tumors of Duodenum/Ampulla/Jejunum/Ileum Staging
T0
T1
T2
T3
No evidence of primary tumor
Tumor invades lamina propria or submucosa and size 1 cm or le…
Tumor invades muscularis propria or size > 1 cm (small intest…
Tumor invades through the muscularis propria into subserosal…
T0
No evidence of primary tumor
T1
Tumor invades lamina propria or submucosa and size 1 cm or le…
Small intestine Duodenum/jejunum histology (A&P2)
Mucosa
Muscularis mucosae
Villus
small intestine
A? layer
Black arrows?
R? structure
Mucosa
A? layer
Muscularis mucosae
Black arrows?
18 terms
Small Intestine- Jejunum/Ileum- Lec 3
Where does the jejunum/Ileum begin and…
Where is the jejunum found?
Where is the ileum found?
What attaches the SI to the posterior…
duodenojejunal flexure --> ilececal junction
upper Left
lower right abd/ pelvis
mesentery proper (the mesentery)
Where does the jejunum/Ileum begin and…
duodenojejunal flexure --> ilececal junction
Where is the jejunum found?
upper Left
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