Presentation Summary : Tuesday 1-5-2010 Notes: The Stomach (1) Overall Function Break down “bolus” from esophagus. Metabolize ALL Carbohydrates. Begin Protein Metabolism.
Source : https://www.msu.edu/~rozemak1/Anatomy%20Class/ANAT_unit%205_Stomach_NOTES.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Stomach The normal gastric mucosa Cardia – mainly mucus-secreting cells Fundus (body) – acid producing parietal cells, pepsin producing chief cells Pylorus ...
Source : http://www.pathologyscotland.org/download/scotland_malawi_project/git/3.The-Stomach.ppt
Presentation Summary : When small quantities of stomach acid are regurgitated into the esophagus Inflammation of mucous membrane lining of stomach and intestine Common cause = Virus Symps ...
Source : http://www.robeson.k12.nc.us/cms/lib6/NC01000307/Centricity/Domain/550/Digestive_Disorders.ppt
Presentation Summary : Hepato = liver Pancreatico = pancreas Cystic = gallbladder Gastro = stomach Splenic = spleen Adreno = adrenal gl Lumbar = lumbar region Epiploic = membrane-covered ...
Source : http://faculty.ccri.edu/egoffe/Organs%20of%20Abdomen.ppt
Presentation Summary : Digestive System Worksheet What kinds of food are digested in the stomach? What chemicals does the stomach produce? What is the function of the mucus lining the stomach?
Source : http://step.nn.k12.va.us/science/Bio/biology_ppt/dig_system.ppt
Presentation Summary : Surgical procedure where natural connection between the duodenum and stomach is removed and new connection is formed. -tomy = Incision Into Duoden/o/tomy: ...
Source : http://www.lamission.edu/lifesciences/lecturenote/wsmedterm/Unit%202.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: Esophagus and Stomach Author: Barry Rittman Last modified by: rbick Created Date: 10/25/2003 6:00:32 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
Source : http://www.uth.tmc.edu/pathology/revisiting-histology-cell-biology/documents/lectures/GI%201.ppt
Presentation Summary : Gastroenteritis Inflammation of stomach or intestines Inhibits nutrient absorption and excessive H2O and electrolyte loss Bacterial Viral Parasites
Source : http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w536943/Courses/BSC381/Chapter%2023b.ppt
Presentation Summary : The stomach and beyond Digestion part 2 The stomach Smooth muscles mix food (3-5 hours) Acid secretion denatures food Digestive enzymes begin to digest protein (fat ...
Source : http://www.hartnell.edu/faculty/awright/powerpoint/digestion%20part%202.ppt
Presentation Summary : Abdominal Trauma Abdominal Pain Common What is causing it? Life-threatening? Acute Abdomen Sudden onset of abdominal pain Indicates peritoneal irritation Anatomy ...
Source : http://www.stevenbjensen.com/Powerpoints/abdomen.ppt
Presentation Summary : Stomach and Colonic Ulcers: A pain in the Gut!! Frank M. Andrews, DVM, MS Diplomate ACVIM Professor and Section Chief Large Animal Medicine Equine Gastric Ulcer ...
Source : http://www.vet.utk.edu/departments/LACS/monthly_features/06/Mar/Stomach_Colonic.pps
Presentation Summary : A 53-year-old man is evaluated after a recent episode of substernal chest pain. He was evaluated in the emergency department for chest pain, and serial ...
Source : http://clinicaldepartments.musc.edu/medicine/education/residency/gi_board_review_part_i.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... Stomach Variable size and shape, distensible J shaped related to body form Lesser and greater curvature gastroesophageal junction fundus,cardiac part, ...
Source : http://www.lab.anhb.uwa.edu.au/hsd212/PowerPoints/Week08P/AbdomenWk8and9Print.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... stomach, large and small intestines Accessory structures Teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, pancreas, and gallbladder Layers of the GI Tract Mucosa ...
Source : http://www.highlands.edu/academics/divisions/scipe/biology/faculty/hargett/ppt2/2122digestion.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... Ulcers and stomach cancer are caused by age, stress and diet – bacteria have nothing to do with the problems the patients came to the hospital for.
Source : http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/files/stomach_ulcers.ppt
Presentation Summary : BLOAT It occurs in all ruminant species. Bloat is caused by an accumulation of gas in the first and second stomach (rumen and reticulum). There are two types of bloat ...
Source : http://www.clt.astate.edu/bhumph/bloat.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: As the stomach turns…Pediatric GI Gems Author: Barb Bancroft Last modified by: chkd Created Date: 11/1/2009 10:14:57 PM Document presentation format
Source : https://www.chkd.org/documents/conferences/CIC09/As%20The%20Stomach%20Turns%20Pediatric%20GI%20Gems.ppt
Presentation Summary : Esophagus Connects the pharynx and the stomach. Peristalsis, wave-like contractions of the smooth muscles push food down toward the stomach.
Source : http://dante.udallas.edu/markowski/The%20Digestive%20System.ppt
Presentation Summary : Monogastric systems have a simple stomach structure and only one compartment. Some animals with monogastric digestive systems are pigs and rabbits.
Source : http://www.cccs.edu/animal%20science%20curriculum/Animal%20Science%20-%202005/Unit%205/Lesson%207/U5L7.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Stomach The stomach is a muscular organ that stores ingested feed and moves it into the small intestine The stomach secretes acid Stomach has a low pH of 1.5 ...
Source : http://www.wasatch.edu/cms/lib/UT01000315/Centricity/Domain/577/Digestion.ppt
Presentation Summary : Stomach cancer is the second cause of death among cancers in the world. The incidence of cancer of the stomach continues to decrease in the United States; ...
Source : http://elearning.najah.edu/OldData/pdfs/3612Gastric%2520Cancer.ppt%5b1%5d.ppt
Presentation Summary : Stomach and Churning By Ryan Esdale and Tom Fielder Why? The stomach churns to digest food – this is the mechanical breaking down of food (not the chemical).
Source : http://www.esdale.com/docs/Stomach%20and%20Churning.ppt