lab exam 2 digestive system

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cardiac sphincter

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cecum

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common bile duct

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descending colon

emerges from the spiral colon and extends directly down through the the abdominal cavity. and becomes the rectum as it enters the pelvis

Diverticulum

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Duodenal papilla

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esophagus

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facial nerve

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fundus

is a finger-like projection on the upper left side of the stomach

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gallbladder

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gastric mucosa

is the entire lining of the stomach

greater curvature

the long outside curvature of the stomach

greater omentum

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hard palate

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hepatic bile duct

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Ileocecal sphincter

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ileum

the second half of the small intestine that coils

jejunum

is the first part of the small intestine that begins to coil

large intestine

lesser curvature

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lesser omentum

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lingual frenulum

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liver

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lymph nodes

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masseter muscle

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mesentery

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oral cavity

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papilla of the tongue

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parietal peritoneum

is the outer layer of the peritoneum that covers the abdominal cavity

parotid gland

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pyloric sphicter

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rugae

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small intestine

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soft palate

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spiral colon

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spleen

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stensen's duct

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stomach

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sublingual gland

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submandibular gland

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teeth

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tongue

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vestibule

is the space between the lips and in front of the teeth

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villi

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visceral peritoneum

is the inner layer of the peritoneum that covers the abdominal cavity