A&P 2 Quiz 3 \"Digestive System\" Review

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Created Nov 2, 2012
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The alimentary canal of a living person is longer or shorter than a cadaver?  Why?
Shorter,  due to muscle tone
What are the accessory digestive organs? (3) What are the accessory digestive glands? ...
Organs:  Teeth, tongue, gall bladder Glands:  Pancreas, Liver, Salivary Glands
Which of the accessory glands/organs lie outside the GI tract?
Gall bladder and all the glands (pancreas, liver, salivary)
the processing of food involves what 6 essential activities?
Ingestion, Propulsion, Mechanical Digestion, Chemical Digestion, Absorption, and Defecation
Propulsion process of alternating waves of contraction and relaxation
Peristalsis
What are the 4 parts of Mechanical Digestion?
Chewing (Teeth), Mixing (Tongue), Churning (Stomach), Segmentation (Sm. Intestines)
Rhythmic local constrictions of the small intestines that mixes food with digestive juices,...
Segmentation
Series of catabolic steps in which complex food molecules are broken down by enzymes beginning...
Chemical Digestion
What is the major absorptive site?
Small Intestines
passage of digested end products from the lumen through mucosal cells and into the blood via...
Absorption
Elimination of indigestible substances
Defecation
only the ______ ingests and only the _____ defecates
Mouth / Large Intestines
Name one organ in the alimentary canal found in the thorax
Esophagus
What is the usual site of ingestion?
Mouth (in a healthy person)
What essential digestive activity actually moves nutrients from the outside to the inside of...
Absorption
burning, radiating substernal pain that occurs when acidic gastric juice regurgitates into...
Heartburn
Heartburn is the first symptom of __________
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Obesity, pregnancy, running, and eating/drinking to excess can all lead to ___________
Heartburn
Heartburn for runners
Runner's Reflux
A structural abnormality most often due to an abnormal relaxation or weakening of the gastroesophageal...
Hiatal Hernia
Hiatal hernias are a common cause of ________
Heartburn
when a hiatal hernia allows gastric juices to enter the esophagus, this can occur (in sequential...
Esophagitis  / Esophageal Ulcers /  Esophageal Cancer
How can one avoid or prevent Hiatal Hernias?
Avoid late-night snacks and use antacids
Inflammation of the stomach wall
Gastritis
Persistent damage to the underlying tissues within the stomach can promote _______ (2 names)
Peptic Ulcers or Gastric Ulcers (when in stomach)
The danger posed by ulcers is ________ followed by _________, and perhaps ________
Perforation of Stomach wall / Peritonitis / Massive Hemorrhage
Symptoms include gnawing epigastric pain that seems to bore through your back
Gastric Ulcers
NSAID stands for ________
NonSteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (such as Ibuprofen)
For years the cause of ulcers was thought to be from __________, which cause high acid or low...
Alcohol, Aspirin, Coffee, NSAIDs, Smoking, Spicy Food, Stress
90% of ulcers are the work of this corkscrew-shaped bacteria
Helicobacter Pylori
of the people infected with Helicobacter Pylori, what % are infected with ulcers.  What...
10-20%..... with 80-90% protected by antimicrobial activity of gastric mucin.
Mucin
Glycoprotein constituent of Gastric Mucus that protects against Helicobacter Pylori in 80-90%...
What evidences seems to disprove the bacterial causal theory of Helicobacter Pylori and Gastric...
It is found in 50% of healthy people too.
How do chemicals help Helicobacter Pylori do their 'dirty work' ?  (4)
1.  lower HCL production/release Ammonia (neutralizer) 2.  Cytotoxin that damages...
Detection of H. Pylori is done how?
Breath Test
How is Helicobacter Pylori treated?
Two-week course of antibiotics,  and anti-Histamines to block Histamine's inflammatory...
Non-infectious ulcers are caused by what?  and treated how?
Long-term use of NSAIDs and treated with H2 blockers (Tagamet or Zantac)
What structural modification of the stomach wall underlies the stomach's ability to mechanically...
3 layers of smooth muscles (in different directions) that pummel food
2 substances secreted by cells of the gastric glands are needed to produce the active enzyme...
Pepsinogen and HCl (to activate it)
What 3 characteristics make the mucousal barrier so effective?
Thick Alkalai Mucus & Tight junctions & Quick replacement of Dead/Dying Epithelial...
what is the major vehicle for cholesterol excretion from the body?
Bile
What keeps cholesterol dissolved for elimination?
Bile Salts
Too few bile salts or not enough bile leads to what?
Cholesterol crystalization or Gallstones
Cholesterol Crystalization is known as
Gallstones
the medical term for Gallstones
Biliary Calculi
Treatments for Gallstones (4)
Drugs (dissolving) / Ultrasound (Pulverizing) / Lasers (Vaporizing) / Surgery (removal)
Medical term for Ultrasound treatment of Gallstones
Lithotripsy
What happens with a gallstone?  How/ Where does it cause pain
blocks bile duct preventing bile salts and bile pigments from entering intestine.  ...
result of gallstones which causes yellow bile pigment to accumulate in the skin
Obstructive Jaundice
yellow pigment deposited in the skin is considered to be ____, and can be a sign of what two...
Jaundiced  /  Gallstones or Liver Disease
Enzyme needed for digestion of Lactose
lactase
What causes dificiency of intestinal lactase in some people when it is present at birth?
Genetic factors
Lactose intollerance causes what to occur in the digestive tract? (2)
1.  Osmotic gradients that prevent water absorption and pulls water from interstitial...
How do you treat Lactose Intollerance?
Introduce Lactase (drops or tablets)
bloating, diarrhea, and abdominal pain can be a sign of what two malabsorption syndromes?
Lactose Intollerance or Gluten-sensitive Enteropathy (Celiac Disease)
An Immune system reaction to gluten where complexes activate T Cells which attack the intestinal...
Gluten-sensitive Enteropathy or Celiac Disease


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