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1

What is the sympathetic nerve of the stomach?

Greater thoracic splancinic 

2

What makes up the inside of the duodenum?

Plicae circularies

Major duodenal papilla

Minor duodenal papilla

3

What is pyrosis?

4

What is the referred pain location of the duodenum?

5

Duodenal veins drain into what?

Hepatic portal vein

6

The inside of the hepatopancreatic ampulla forms?

Major duodenal papilla

7

What are the internal folds of the stomach?

Gastric rugae

8

Describe the referred pain from the stomach

9

What vertebral levels do the different parts of the duodenum lie?

Superior 1st - L1

Descending 2nd - L2

Horizontal 3rd - L3

Ascending 4th - L3/L2

10

What are the different foregut, midgut, and hindgut derivations?

11

The ligament of Treitz marks what?

Ending of the duodenum and beginning of Jejunum

12

What is the parasympathetic innervation of the stomach?

Vagus nerve

13

Symptoms of hiatial hernia's tend to be worse after what?

Made worse after eating

14

What are the two types of hiatal hernias and what are their characteristics?

15

What is a duodenal ulcer?

16

The duodenum receives blood flow from the SMA via?

Posterior/anterior inferior pancreaticduodenal artery

17

What are the 3 constrictions of the esophagus?

Cervical - cricopharyngeal muscle

Thoracic -at aortic arch

Diaphargmatic - passing through the esophageal hiatus

18

What are the characteristics of esophageal varicies?

19

Where do all the lymph nodes of the stomach drain to?

Celiac lymph node

20

Duodenum receives blood flow from the celiac via what?

Posterior superior pancreaticduodenal artery

Anterior superior pancreaticduodenal artery

 

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