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46 Cards in this Set

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The innermost major layer of the GI tract?
The type of epithelium lining the GI tract from the stomach to the lumen?
Simple Columnar Epithelium
The middle major layer of the GI tract; it consists of connective tissue, blood vessels, lymph vessels, nerves, and glands and elastic fibers?
The outer major layer. It has layers of longitudinal and circular smooth muscle?
Muscularis Externa
The part of the pharynx posterior to the oral cavity?
The space between the lips/cheeks and gums?
Oral Vestibule
The largest salivary gland?
Parotid Gland
What salivary glands lies inside the mandible?
Submandibular Gland
The material resembling bone that is deep to tooth enamel?
The material that covers the outside of the tooth root?
The ligament that anchors the tooth to the tooth socket (alveolar bone)?
Periodontal Ligament
The paired teeth that are immediately posterior to the canines?
Premolars (bicuspids)
The teeth that are adapted for biting-off pieces of food?
The tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach?
The epithelium that lines the esophagus?
Non-Keratinized Stratified Squamous
The first part of the stomach where food enters from the esophagus?
The dome-shaped part of the stomach that is to the left and superior to the stomach entrance?
The main part of the stomach?
The last part of the stomach?
The valve between stomach and first part of small intestine?
Pyloric Sphincter
The membrane that hangs down from the liver and attaches to the lesser curvature of stomach?
Lesser Omentum
The double layered, fat-laden membrane attached to the greater curvature of stomach?
Greater Omentum
The extensive folds inside the stomach. They are much more extensive in an empty stomach?
The first second and third parts of small intestine?
Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum
The small finer-like extensions of intestinal mucosa?
The lymph capillary in the villi?
The peritoneal membrane that supports most of the small intestine?
The structure that prevents back flow from the large intestine back into the small intestine?
Ileocecal Valve
The pouch-like first part of the large itnestine?
The worm-like extension of the cecal?
Vermiform Appendix
The major portion of large intestine?
The four sections of the colon of the large intestine?
Ascending/Descending Colon, Transverse Colon, Sigmoid Colon
The pouch-like structures evident throughout the main part of the large intestine?
The ribbon-like bands of longitudinal muscle seen on the surface of the large intestine?
Taenia Coli
The membrane that supports the transverse and sigmoid colon?
The expandable and muscular last part of the large intestine?
The opening from rectum to the exterior?
The four parts of the pancreas?
Head, Neck, Tail, Body
The flask-like clusters of cells that secrete pancreatic juices?
The lobes of the liver?
Right/Left (Quadrate and Quadate)
The membrane that supports the liver?
Falciform Ligament
The two vessels that enter the inferior surface of the liver?
Hepatic Artery and Portal Vein
The duct leading directly out of the gall bladder?
Cystic Duct
The main duct from liver formed by the union of the left and right hepatic ducts?
Common Hepatic Duct
The duct formed by union of duct duct from gall bladder and main duct from liver?
Common Bile Duct
The vessels that collect blood from the liver into the inferior vena cava?
Hepatic Veins