Chapter 23 Digestion

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sampler questions Please note that there are questions within this set that test material that may not have been covered in your lecture; unless otherwise specified,  lecture examinations will only include material covered within lecture. Digestive system anatomy 201. The connection between the greater and lesser omental bursae is the a. epiploïc foramen (of Winslow) b. inguinal canal c. ductus arteriosus d. foramen of Magendie 202. The lamina propria is part of the a. mucosa b. submucosa c. muscularis externa d. serosa e. adventitia 203. Which of these is not a peritoneal structure? a. lesser omentum b. gastrolienic ligament c. transverse mesocolon d. patellar ligament 204. Cranial parasympathetic impulses are delivered to the digestive tract via the a. olfactory nerve b. glossopharyngeal nerve c. hypoglossal nerve d. vagus nerve 205. The embryonic starting point for the developing thyroid gland is the a. lingual frenulum b. foramen cecum c. arytenoid cartilage d. ductus venosus 206. If an individual is said to be tongue-tied, it is because the __________ is too short. a. superior labial frenulum (frenum) b. inferior labial frenulum c. lingual frenulum Page 1 of 19
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d. genioglossus m 207. Postganglionic neurons of the parasympathetic system are located in the a. celiac ganglion b. myenteric (Auerbach’s) plexus c. submucosal (Meissner’s) plexus d. both {b} and {c}
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208. Which of these represents the deciduous dental formula? a. 2-1-0-2 b. 2-1-3-2 c. 3-1-2-2 d. 2-1-2-3 209. The pulp cavity of a tooth is surrounded by? a. ameloblasts b. dentin c. gingiva d. Sharpey’s fibers 210. The parotid salivary gland a. opens into sublingual caruncles b. is drained by Wharton’s duct c. overlies Stenson’s duct d. produces a purely mucous secretion e. none of these 211. The sphincter between the stomach and duodenum is the a. pyloric sphincter b. cardioesophageal sphincter c. ileocecal valve d. none of these 212. The vermiform appendix is attached to the a. terminal ileum b. cecum c. ascending colon d. porta hepatis 213. The ligament of Treitz is found at the a. pyloroduodenal junction b. duodenojejunal flexure c. ileocecal valve d. sigmoidorectal junction 214. The bare area of the liver a. lies on the inferior surface of the liver b. covers the quadrate lobe c. does not have a peritoneal covering Page 3 of 19
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d. all of these 215. The cystic duct joins the common bile duct to the a. duodenal papilla b. c. gallbladder d. none of these
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216. The islets of Langerhans are endocrine-cell clusters within the a. liver b. gallbladder c. pyloric region of the stomach d. pancreas 217. Which of these digestive system organs is not found in the abdominopelvic cavity? a.
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