7.GI - HKin 191 Lab 7 Anatomy of the GI system The goal of...

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HKin 191 Lab 7: Anatomy of the GI system HKin 191 page 1 of 4 JLR 2009 The goal of this lab is to learn the basic structures, location and blood supplies for the organs of the digestive system (the GI tract and accessory organs). You should be able to identify the structures listed below in a model, drawing or photograph. All of the structures in this list are identified in the textbook, as are the answers to most of the questions. THE GUT: GENERAL Identify the following structures and briefly describe are their functions. mucosa submucosa muscularis serosa parietal peritoneum visceral peritoneum peritoneal cavity Identify the following supportive structures in the text and on the models (if possible) and briefly describe their function? peritoneum (general) lesser omentum greater omentum falciform ligament mesentery mesocolon Questions: What is peritonitis? Why do you never give water to a person with a penetrating wound to the gut? What are the muscle layers in the GI tract? What is their function? THE ENTERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM Identify the following structures in a model (if possible) or picture: myenteric plexus submucosal plexus Sketch the general organization of the enteric nervous system. Indicate afferent and efferent pathways
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course BHK 191 taught by Professor Jim during the Spring '11 term at UBC.

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7.GI - HKin 191 Lab 7 Anatomy of the GI system The goal of...

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