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Unformatted text preview: c. stellate reticuloendothelial cells - phagocytose material C. Bile- molecules to help emulsify (digest) fats VIII. Gall Bladder - pear-shaped sac on inferior liver surface A. Histology 1. simple columnar epithelium- rugae like the stomach 2. NO submucosa 3. musculosa- smooth muscle fibers 4. outermost layer- visceral peritoneum B. Function - store and concentrate bile IX. Small Intestine - connects stomach & large intestine (2l ft) A. Anatomy 1. duodenum- first ten inches after stomach 2. jejunum- about next eight feet 3. ileum- last twelve feet; to large intestine 4. ileocecal sphincter- valve to large intestine Respiratory system...
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