Flashcards in Wk3 GI Development Deck (31):
lining of GI and related glands from what embryonic tissue?
stomodeum (future mouth)
proctodeum (anal pit)
from what embryonic tissue?
smooth muscle and CT of GI tract form what embryonic tissue?
Where does vagus inervation switch to pelvic splanchnic innervation in GI tract?
left colic flexure
Mucous cells in GI epithelium come from?
Muscularis mucosa derived from?
Myenteric nerve plexus derived from?
**not splanchnic mesoderm
Failure of apoptosis results in:
Arterial supply for developing liver?
**in dorsal mesogastrium
Arterial supply for ascending colon?
superior mesenteric artery
Ventral mesentary derived from?
Liver's visceral peritoneum formed by?
Anterior vagal trunk from left or right vagus nerve?
Spleen develops in the ______ mesentery.
Spleen develops with which part of the developing GI tract?
Blood supply to the spleen?
Hypertrophy of CIRCULAR smooth muscle of stomach outlet?
Non-bilious projectile vomiting?
Bilious vomitting due to failure of recanalization of the intestine?
intestina atresia or stenosis
Liver bud origin?
Gallbladder, cystic duct, and ventral pancreas origin?
Endodermal hepatic diverticulum
Interlobular connective tissue of the liver origin?
Accessory pancreatic duct from which pancreas?
omphaloenteric remnant (yolk stalk)
2 ft proximal to iliocecal junction in adult:
Due to persistent umbilical herniation:
Exposed intestines due to abnormal lateral body wall folding?
Proctoduem lymphatics drain to:
superficial inguinal nodes
Hindgut lymphatics drain to:
inferior mesenteric nodes