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Anatomy of the Digestive System (Exercise 38)

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Mouth (oral cavity)

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Tongue

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Esophagus

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Liver

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Gallbladder

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Small intestine

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Duodenum

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Jejunum

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Ileum

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Anus

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Anal canal

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Appendix

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Rectum

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Sigmoid colon

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Cecum

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Ascending Colon

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Descending Colon

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Transverse colon

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Large Intestine

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Spleen

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Pancreas

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Stomach

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Pharynx

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Salivary glands

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Submandibular gland

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Sublingual gland

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Parotid gland

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Esophagus

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Longitudinal layer

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circular layer

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Oblique layer

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Muscularis externa

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Lesser curvature

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Duodenum

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Pyloric sphincter at pylorus

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Pyloric canal

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Pyloric antrum

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Greater curvature

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Rugae of mucosa

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Lumen

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Body

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Serosa

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Fundus

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Cardial part

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Fundus

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Body

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Rugae of mucosa

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Pyloric sphincter

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Pyloric antrum

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Rugae

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Gastric pit

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Gastric pit

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Gastric gland

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Enteroendocrine cell

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Chief cell

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Parietal cell

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Mucous neck cells

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Surface epithelium (mucous cells)

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Gastric pits

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Gastric glands

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Muscularis mucosae

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mucosa

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submucosa

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oblique layer

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circular layer

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longitudinal layer

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muscularis externa

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Simple columnar epithelium

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lamina propria

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gastric pit

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gastric glands

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Stratified squamous epithelium of esophagus

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gastroesophageal junction

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simple columnar epithelium of stomach

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Vein carrying blood to hepatic portal vessel

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Lumen

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Villi

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Circular folds

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muscle layers

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Absorptive cells

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lacteal

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Goblet cell

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Blood capillaries

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Mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue

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intestinal crypt

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muscularis mucosae

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Duodenal gland

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submucosa

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lymphatic vessel

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venule

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entero-endocrine cells

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villus

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Villus

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Absorptive cells

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Intestinal crypt

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Goblet cells

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Villus

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Simple columnar epithelium

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lamina propria

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Intestinal crypt

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Muscularis mucosae

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Duodenal glands

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Villus

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Submucosa

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Peyer's patches

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Muscularis externa

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Lumen

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Goblet cells in epithelium

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Lamina propria

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Muscularis mucosae

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Submucosa

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Right colic (hepatic) flexure

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Transverse colon

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Superior mesenteric artery

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Haustrum

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Ascending colon

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Ileum

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Ileocecal valve

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Cecum

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Appendix

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Rectum

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Anal canal

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External anal sphincter

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Sigmoid colon

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tenia coli

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Mesentery (cut edge)

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Descending colon

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Epiploic appendages

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Transverse mesocolon

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Left colic (splenic) flexure


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