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1

what is the inherent motion of the organs themselves

visceral motility

2

what is the motion that is created or acted upon an organ

visceral mobility

3

what are the 4 categories of visceral motion

somatic nervous system, ANS, craniosacral rhythm, visceral motility

4

what are some examples of ANS visceral motion

diaphragmatic motion, cardiac motion, peristaltic motion

5

what cranial nerve provides to ciliary ganglion

3

6

what cranial nerve provides to sphenopalatine ganglion

7

7

what cranial nerve provides to submaxillary ganglion

7

8

what cranial nerve provides to otic ganglion

9

9

what organs specifically does the greater splanchnic nerve innervate

stomach, liver, pancreas duodenum

10

what organs specifically does the lesser splanchnic nerve innervate

small intestines, R colon, transverse colon

11

what organs specifically does the least splanchnic nerve and lumbar splanchnic nerve innervate

transverse colon, L colon, pelvic organs

12

what does the left vagus innervate in the upper GI

greater curvature and pyloric sphincter

13

what does the right vagus innervate in the upper Gi

lesser curvature, liver, gallbladder, right half of colon

14

where is the chapmans point for appendicitis

tip of right 12th rib

15

what innervates the lower GI (left colon and pelvis)

pelvic splanchnic (S2-4)

16

what are some contraindications for colonic stimulation

bowel obstruction, abdominal neoplasm, undiagnosed abdominal pain

17

what are some contraindications for splenic stimulation

infectious mononucleosis, splenomegaly, neoplasm

18

what are some indications for gastric release

GERD, gastric ptosis,

19

what are some indications for gall bladder release

cholecystitis, cholestasis, chronic upper abdominal pain

20

what is the chapmans point for the liver

right 5th and 6th ICS

21

what is the chapmans point for the gallbladder

right 6th ICS

22

what is the chapmans point for the pancreas

right 7th ICS

23

what is the chapmans point for the stomach acid

left 5th ICS

24

what is the chapmans point for stomach peristalsis

left 6th ICS

25

what is the chapmans point for the spleen

left 7th ICs

26

what is the visceral motion during expiration and inspiration

toward the midline with expiration; away from midline with inspiration

27

what are some indications for splenic stimulation

infectious disease and preventive

28

what is derived from the foregut

distal esophagus to proximal duodenum

29

what is derived from the midgut

distal duodenum to proximal 2/3 of transverse colon

30

what is derived from the hindgut

from distal 1/3 of transverse colon to rectum

31

is peristalsis referring to mobility or motility (in our classroom)

mobility

32

what can occur due to increased peristalsis caused by the parasympathetics

diarrhea

33

where does the cisterna chyli drain

thoracic duct

34

what is the cisterna chyli adjacent to

aorta, Right crus of diaphragm, and L1 and L2