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Unformatted text preview: * common hepatic (CH) * Gastroduodenal ( GD) * right gastric RG - supplies right side of lesser curvature of the stomach * right gastroepiploic RGE - supplies the right part of the greater curvature of the stomach Stomach: Mucosa * Pocked with depressions called gastric pits * Lined with simple columnar epithelium * Cells at bottom of pits divide and produce new cells that are sloughed off into the chyme Stomach: Glands * Tubular glands open into the bottom of each gastric pit * In the cardia and pyloric regions they are called cardiac glands and pyloric glands * In the rest of the stomach, they are called gastric glands Digestive System Stomach: Glands Glands differ in cellular composition but collectively they consistof the following cell types * Mucous cells * Secrete mucus * Predominate in the cardiac and pyloric glands * In gastric glands, they are called mucous neck cells and are concentrated in the narrow neck of the gland where it opens into the pit...
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- Fall '10
- Anatomy, Pyloric Glands, Stomach Junction