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stomach is false?stomach is false? A. Mucosal cells are simppple columnar epithelial cells that secrete mucus for luminal cytoprotection. ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Acid Peptic Disorders.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author: rlara Created Date:
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UTMCK Stomach Physiology: Gastric Acid Secretion Acid production by the parietal cells in the stomach depends on the generation of carbonic acid;
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Stomach Cancer What is cancer? The body is made up of trillions of living cells. Normal body cells grow, divide to make new cells, and die in an orderly fashion.
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CANCER OF OESOPHAGUS AND STOMACH By: Dr. Wong Kwong Hieng (MBBch,FRCS,AM) General SurgeonGeneral Surgeon TIMBERLAND MEDICAL CENTRE
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6 Bezoars or other foreign body • A bezoar (Persian for “counterpoison”) is a mass of swallowed foreign material within the stomach. The material may be hair - a trichobezoar - vegetable
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E-2539.ppt 60% Calorie Restriction. Body Weight and Fat Mass in WT and Goat -/ Mice E-2538.ppt. Calorie-restricted Goat -/ Mice Exhibit ... Stomach Ghrelinoma PG-1 Cells SG-1 Cells Preproghrelin GOAT Prohormone Convertase 1/3 1.0 (21)* 1.0 (29) 7.1 8.3 5.5 13.8 1.0 (28) 36 7.7
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Stomach Esophagus Pancreas Colon (larg intestine) Small intestine Rectum Anus The digestive tract is composed mostly of the alimentary canal (see next frame), together with accessory glands and organs. The alimentary canal is the
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posterior wall of the stomach slowly perforates through the gastric wall? 5. Which major artery would be in danger of severe hemorrhage in case of Question 4? 6. Which vessels are in danger during incision of the gastrocolic ligament? Stomach. Anatomy • Regions of stomach
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2012/02/08 3 Location visceral pain • Epigastric T5-T9 – Foregut: Liver, pancreas, biliary tree, stomach, proximal intestine (duod) • Periumbilical T8-L1
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The Stomach Making Life Better. through Research, Education & Healthcare. TM. Gregory M. Gibbons, MD, PGY-3 Department of Emergency Medicine Tampa General Hospital
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of stomach acid as well as ulceration and gastrointestinal bleeding • This is due to the inhibiting of COX1’s house keeping role as well as COX2’s inflammatory response • Resent research has been directed at the selectivity of COX2 over COX1.
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The Stomach The normal gastric mucosa ... Microsoft PowerPoint - 3.The Stomach.ppt Author: Rebecca Linford Created Date: 3/12/2008 5:55:03 PM ...
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Management of Stomach Cancer Asia Medical Forum 2007 April 21-22, 2007 The Lancet/The Lancet Oncology 2:35 pm April 21, 2007, Singapore (20 min) ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Chew Wun Wu _ LancetSigapor.ppt Author: leev001 Created Date:
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WrappingofthefundusofthestomacharoundWrapping of the fundus of the stomach around the distal esophagus ... Microsoft PowerPoint - GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM DISORDERS.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author: azaldiv2 Created Date: 7/3/2008 12:07:34 PM ...
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9/17/2013 1 Gastrointestinal System in Health and Disease Robert A. Anders M.D., Ph.D. September 20th, 2013 Gastrointestinal System • Esophagus •Stomach
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Mixing & Emptying of Stomach Chyme – semifluid paste of food and gastric juice moves to s.i. with peristalic waves Pyloric sphincter will open due to accumulation of
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of the stomach serosa . d2 resection - lymph nodes along left gastric a celiac axis common hepatic a splenic a and hilum. d3 resection - lymph node along hepato duodenal ligament pancreatic head root of small bowel mesentery . prognosis over all ...
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The stomach, which can hold two to four liters of food, kneads the food, breaking it down more. The stomach also adds chemicals to the food, turning it into a soupy liquid. The food then passes into the small intestine, a narrow tube and the longest
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Stomach and colon cancers rarely have early signs or symptoms ... Microsoft PowerPoint - The Digestive System.ppt Author: Administrator Created Date: 4/14/2008 2:47:00 PM ...
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Body of Stomach Jejunum Mesentery Proper Transverse Colon Ileum. 13 No 1,4,7 Lower Esophageal (Cardiac) Sphincter Cardiac Region Beginning of Duodenum Lesser Curvature Fundus ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Teeth and Digestive.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author:
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?stomach?small intestine?large intestine?anus 2/12/2003 5 Accessory Organs?teeth?tongue?gall bladder?digestive glands –pancreas –liver –salivary glands 2/12/2003 6 Digestive System Organs (fig 24.1) 2/12/2003 7 Digestive Processes (fig 24.2)
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– Cranial displacement of cardiofundic region of stomach – Medial displacement of left kidney – Dorsal displacement of small bowel Veterinary Medical Center ... Abdominal Masses & Effusions_11_short version.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author:
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STOMACH • The stomach appears as a fusiform dilation of the foregut in the fourth week of development • During the following weeks, its appearance and position
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stomach of smaller horses, but not a complete examination of the stomach in average sized adults. A 3-meter scope is necessary for complete examination of the body of the stomach, gastric antrum, pylorus, and proximal duodenum.
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BIMM118 Gastrointestinal Pharmacology Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD): –Backflow of stomach acid into the esophagus –Esophagus is not equipped to handle stomach acid => scaring
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The stomach was long thought to be sterile; thus, it was surprising to find that the characteristic helical shaped bacteria were thriving in tissue samples taken from the lining of the stomach of many people.
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Stomach Lining gastric pit mucus-producing cells a cid- sertng l pepsinogen-secreting cells mucus. 3 Pepsin Activation pepsinogen pepsin liver stomach gallbladder common bile duct pancreas ... digestion.ppt Author: Krupp Created Date: 11/4/2006 6:01:52 PM ...
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Stomach Ki dKiyanda Bld iBaldwin SUNY Downstate November 20, 2009 www.downstatesurgery.org. Case Presentation ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Adenocarcinoma of the Stomach.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author: aleybeng Created Date: 12/28/2009 10:11:55 AM ...
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The stomach is J-shaped muscular organ that receives and mixes food with gastric (digestive) juices, and propels food to the small intestine. ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Digestive System (17).PPT [Read-Only] Author: Bruce Norton Created Date:
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stomach,and cellular spindle type is the next most common. The glomus tumor is seen only in the stomach. GISTs are submucosal tumors that are slow growing. Smaller lesions are usually found incidentally, though they occasionally may
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stomach – 33‐5 mins ‐> gastric atonia ‐> opening of pylorus Goldman et al Am J Gastro 1984. Early management Assessment of extent of injury • CXR ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Corrosive injury of esophagus BW.ppt [Compatibility Mode]
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appetite; an empty stomach secretes ghrelin, which makes you hungry –the goal is healthy nutrition Dilemma of Obesity Functions of the Digestive System ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Week 6 - Digestive System (draft).ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author:
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– Acidity of stomach breaks down some organic compounds including proteins Digestion and Absorption • Small Intestine –Majority of digestion and absorption occur in the duodenum ... digestive_system.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Created Date:
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Aspirin is readily absorbed from stomach into blood. pH - pKa = log (A-)/(HA) 7.4 – 3.4 = 4 log of 10,000 = 4 (blood) A-/ HA= 10,000/ 1 so A-is 10,000 fold greater than HA Stomach ... Microsoft PowerPoint - M2 Lamb Drug Absorption 2004.ppt
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• Soothes the stomach and supports good intestinal health.* * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Herbal Aloe Powder
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2 Gastroesophageal Relux (GER) and Gastroesophageal Relux Disease (GERD) in Infants . Lower esophageal sphincter Stomach Mouth Small intestine
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Stomach compartments aReticulum aRumen aOmasum aAbomasum A higher proportion of a ruminant’s digestive system is stomach. Reticulum characteristics aLocated next to heart aHoneycomb appearance `Catches metal and hardware aPathways `Esophagus `Rumen `Omasum
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Stomach Lumen of small intes-tine Smaller polysac-charides, maltose PolysaccharidesDisaccharides Carbohydrate digestion Salivary amylase Polysaccharides Pancreatic amylases Maltose and other disaccharides ... Lect4.ppt Author: ParTowb Created Date:
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Illustration of the Digestive System Esophagus Liver Stomach Pancreas Small intestine (behind stomach indicated by dashes) Colon Small intestine 4 Rectum & anus
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Displacing stomach. Michael P. Federle, MD: Understanding and diagnosing internal hernias May 14, 2008- 11:15 AM Stanford Radiology 10th Annual Multidetector CT Symposium 3 ... Microsoft PowerPoint - 1115-Federle-Internal_Hernias_2008.ppt Author:
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Stomach fullness Not able to finish a normal-sized meal Feeling excessively full after meals Loss of appetite Bloating Stomach or belly visibly larger Revicki et al ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Parkman - Refractory Gastroparesis.ppt Author: lkeller
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Stomach • It appears J‐shdhaped when fllfull and lies in folds when empty. • In fact, the gggrowling sounds you hear are contractions of the
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esophagus and into the stomach and duodenum. A small camera mounted on the endoscope sends a video image to a monitor, allowing close examination of the intestinal lining. • After an upper GI endoscopy, a person can expect the following:
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stomach has MUSCLES that continue to chew the food, and it also has DIGESTIVE JUICES that help breakdown the food even further.) Grade 2: Digestion – Revised 2008 Page 10 Explain ...
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Stomach - intramural/intraluminal Stomach - intraluminal Chronic Pyloric Obstruction Pronounced delayed emptying – “beak” sign – “string” sign – peristaltic pouch. 8 ... Microsoft PowerPoint - GI-SP-UGI.ppt Author: cronk005 Created Date:
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hydrogen ions and potassium from the stomach, leading to a reduction of chlorides and potassium in the blood and to metabolic alkalosis. Dehydration and acidosis develop from loss of water and sodium. With acute fluid losses, hypovolemic shock may occur.
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2 9/3/2003 4 Alimentary Canal Organs mouth pharynx esophagus stomach small intestine large intestine anus 9/3/2003 5 Accessory Organs teeth
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Intrathoracic stomach or liver ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia.ppt Author: aleybeng Created Date: 1/13/2005 5:19:17 PM ...
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Stomach. Pyloric sphincter. Pancreas. Duodenum. Intestines. Liver. Gall bladder. Cystic duct. Stomach. Intestines. Stomach. Duodenum. Pancreas. Gall bladder. Liver. Heart. Precava. Heart. Postcava. Right atrium. Precava. Postcava. Cardiac veins (Blood vessels) Coronary arteries (Blood vessels)
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• Presence of blood in the stomach is diagnostic of UGI bleeding and clearing of aspirated fluid during repeated NG lavage suggests bleeding has stopped. ... Microsoft PowerPoint - Gastrointestinal Bleeding.ppt [Compatibility Author: sandlins
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