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Layers of the GI tract1

Mucosa

epithelial lining

lamina propria (loose connective tissue)

muscularis mucosa

submucosa (dense connective tissue) 

muscularis propria

serosa (loose connective tissue)

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Esophagus

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What layer does the esophagus not have 

Serosa 

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Epithelium of the esophagus is made of what type of cell

Squamous 

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Esophagus 

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What type of epithelium is the stomach made of 

Simple columnar 

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Where are there no blood vessels

mucosa. Once you see a vessel you know you are in the submucosa or lower

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Stomach 

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Stomach 

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Stomach 

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Small intestine 

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Small Intestine 

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Small Intestine 

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Small Intestine 

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Colon

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Colon

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Colon

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Appendix 

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Appendix 

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Anus/ Rectum

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What type of epithelial cell is the rectum made of 

columnar 

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What type of epithelium is the anus made of 

squamous 

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Pancreas 

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Pancreas 

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Pancreas 

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Pancreas 

 

Duct is the bottom L

Islet is the top R 

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Liver

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Liver 

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Liver 

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Gallbladder 

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Main digestive function of liver is to..

 produce bile 

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Does pancreas function as endocrine or exocrine?

 

Both! 

Exocrine- alkaline pancreatic juice. Proteases, amylase, lipases...

Endocrine- Insulin, glucagon, somatostatin

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