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1

What layer of the GI tract wall are the arrows pointing to?

Submucosa

2

What layer of the GI tract wall are the arrows pointing to?

Mucosa

3

What layer of the GI tract wall are the arrows pointing to?

Muscularis Externa

4

What layer of the GI tract wall are the arrows pointing to?

Serosa or Adventitia

5

This is a cross-section through what part of the GI tract? 

Esophagus

6

Identify A, B, C, D, & E? 

A- Mucosa

B - Submucosa

C - Mucus Gland

D - Muscularis Externa

E - Adventitia

7

Identify A, B, & C

A- Mucosa

B- Submucosa

C- Muscularis Externa

8

Where is this cross-section from? 

Esophagogastic Junction

9

Identify A in this cross-section of the stomach

Cardiac glands

10

Identify A in this cross-section of the stomach

Pyloric Gland

11

What kind of gland is this?

Fundic gland

12

Identify A, B, and C in this cross-section of the intestinal wall.

A - Mucosa

B - Submucosa

C - Muscularis

13

Identify A

Zymogen Granules within Chief Cells

14

Identify A

Vili

15

Where do you find the lympathic nodules like the ones pictured here?

Ileum (small intestine) - 
•In the ileum, groups of lymphatic nodules are present in the lamina propria and submucosa.  These aggregated lymphatic follicles are referred to as Peyer’s patches. 

16

Where do you find this mucosa?

Large intestine

17

Where is this cross-section from?

Recto-Anal Junction - about 2 cm from anal opening, converging back to skin (non-keratinized stratified squamous epithelium) 

18

What are the arrows pointing to in this cross-section of the pancreas?

Pancreatic Islets, also known as Islets of Langerhans.

19

Where are these cross-sections from?

Liver