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Which of the following is not an accessory organ.
A. splenic flexure
B. liver
C. pancreas
D. gallbladder
A. Splenic flexure
Bulges in the large intestinal wall.
A. saculations
B. sacculations
C. fasciculations
D. sacculasions
B. sacculations
A rounded mass of food.
A. bilious
B. bollus
C. boulous
D. bolus
D. bolus
Dome-shaped portion of the stomach.
A. fundus
B. fundous
C. foundus
D. fundis
A. fundus
A small, fleshy mass above the tongue.
A. vulva
B. uvulla
C. uvula
D. vullva
C. uvula
Part of the small intestine which receives secretions from the liver and pancreas.
A. dudoenum
B. duodenum
C. doudenum
D. duodeneum
B. duodenum
Where small and large intestines meet.
A. iliocecal valve
B. iliosecal valve
C. ileosecal valve
D. ileocecal valve
D. ileocecal valve
Bend in the colon left of the abdomen.
A. splenic flexture
B. splenic flexure
C. splinec flexure
D. spleniac flecture
B. splenic flecure
15 cm portion of the large intestine.
A. rectum
B. rectium
C. ricteum
D. rectim
A. rectum
Finger-like structure off the cecum.
A. apendix
B. appindix
C. appindex
D. appendix
D. appendix
Cartilage which hangs over the larynx.
A. epiglottis
B. eppiglottis
C. epiglotis
D. eppiglottis
A. epiglottis
The most distended portion of the alimentary canal.
A. gut
B. stomach
C. stomac
D. stoemach
B. stomach
Between the pharynx and the stomach.
A. esophagis
B. esaphagus
C. esophagus
D. esofagus
C. esophagus
The first part of the large intestine.
A. cecum
B. secum
C. caecum
D. cecim
A. cecum