Chapter 8 - Chloe Nguyen Professor Bush MEDA 115 1 April...

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Chloe Nguyen Professor Bush MEDA 115 1 April 2011 Chapter 8 1. The accessory organs: Salivary glands: secretion of saliva into mouth Liver: manufacture of bile Gallbladder: release of bile into duodenum to aid in fat digestion Pancrease: release of pancreatic juice into duodenum to digest protein, carbohydrates, and fats 2. Hindrance of the chewing function caused by decay, infection of the teeth or gums, malocclusion, or missing teeth can interfere with this phase of the digestive process. 3. If gingivitis is not treated, it leads to destruction of the gums and bone disease called periodontitis. 4. When these synovial joints are inflamed or diseased jaw movement is limited. Headache, dizziness, tinnitus and even deafness may be present. 5. Mouth ulcer is an ulcer in the mouth is a lesion on the mucous membrane, exposing the underlying sensitive tissue. Cold sore is a congtagious recurrent viral infection that affects the skin and mucous membranes. Herpes type 1 commonly produces cold sore and fever blisters. 6. GERD-Cause: normal reflux can result from overeating, pregnancy, or weight gain. Relaxation of the LES or an increase in intraabdominal pressure. 7.
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