ANAT 261 Lecture 17: Lecture 17 - Stomach

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Consists of both: a) digestive tract (git, oral cavity & pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small & large intestines rectum. B) associated glands, e. g. salivary glands: pancreas liver. Structures we cover in this course are in pink. Submucosa: dense ct, usually, there are some exceptions. Internal circular: external longitudinal, exception: the stomach has 3 layers. If you have serosa: loose ct with a layer of mesothelial cells on top: mesothelial cells look a lot like endothelial cells (simple squamous cells) If you have adventitia: dense irregular ct (no mesothelial cells. In the lab, look carefully at what kind of muscle you"re looking at. Internal circular: external longitudinal, adventitia/serosa, esophagus starts at mouth, then goes through the diaphragm towards the stomach, adventitia: before diaphragm, serosa: once it"s through the diaphragm. October 31st, 2017: epithelium: stratified squamous epithelium (non-keratinized, wavy, l. p: loose, irregular ct, will also have ct papillae that go into the epithelium, still ct, don"t confuse with ep. (ep.

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