Which portion of the parietal peritoneum is attached to the lesser curvature of the stomach? 209. Which portion of the parietal peritoneum is attached to the greater curvature of the stomach? 210. The lesser omentum attaches the stomach to _________.
It's also found in the uterus and fallopian tubes. The movement of cilia move the ovum to the uterus. Glandular Epithelium are basically columnar epithelium with goblet cells. Some parts consist of such a large number of goblet cells that there are only a few normal epithelial cells left. They secrete substances
a) aorta and trachea b) oesophagus and aorta c) vagus nerve and trachea d) vena cava and hepatic portal vein 7. Sebaceous glands are examples of a) coiled glands b) tubular glands c) saccular glands d) compound glands 2. The foramen magnum is part of the a) skull b) pelvis c) mandible d) vertebrae 8. The greater trochanter is part of the a) tibia b) radius c) femur d) humerus 3. The parietal, incisive and temporal bones are a) sesamoid bones b) bones of the skull c) bones of the pelvis d) bones of the carpus 9.
The kidney is surrounded by a capsule membrane, each of these membranes are topped by the conical adrenal gland. Both the kidneys and adrenal glands are coated in adipose tissue. Gross anatomy When the kidney is presented in a longitudinal section it displays an outer darker cortex and an inner paler medulla. The composition of the medulla is made up of cone shaped pyramids known as medullay pyramids, the tip of these cones are pointed into the area where the ureter connects the kidney. “The medulla is further divided into numerous sections called the medullary pyramids.”This region is known as the pelvis of the kidney.
_____ The part of the large intestine on the right side of your body is called the descending colon. 40. _____ The small intestine has the same 3 major layers as the esophagus. 41. _____ Trypsin digests complex carbohydrates to simple carbohydrates.
Who knew that the pharynx is part of the respiratory and the digestive system? That’s right! The part of the trachea we are using to exit from is called the nasal pharynx. The flap of tissue we can all see ahead of me is called the epiglottis. This piece of tissue either flaps over the trachea or the esophagus, depending upon if we are eating, drinking, or breathing.
The abdominal aorta supplies the abdominal walls, viscera, and ends at T4 level where it branches into right and left common iliac arteries to supply the pelvis and lower limbs. The superior vena cava vein receives systemic blood draining from all areas superior to the diaphragm except the heart wall. It unites with the right and left brachiocephalic veins and empties into the right atrium. Both brachiocephalic veins are formed by the joining of the internal jugular and subclavian veins. The inferior
| Pancreas is able to produce the right chemicals at the right times in the right quantities in order to properly digest the food we eat. | Kidneys | Paired organs in the abdomen. | They prodouce urine. | Bladder | Near the pelvis | It stores urine | Uterus | In abdomen | They pass urine from the bladder to urethra | Ovaries | In the pelvis | They produced eggs (ovaries and hormones. | Liver | The liver is the second largest organ in the human body (after the skin) and the largest gland | It is located on the right side of the abdomen (to the right of the stomach) behind the lower ribs and below the lungs.
3. The stomach is _______________________ to the urinary bladder. 4. The serous membrane that covers the viscera within the abdominal cavity, and lines the abdominal wall and the inferior surface of the diaphragm. Peritoneum 5.