Wall Structure – Small Intestine by James Pickering, PhD

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The lecture Wall Structure – Small Intestine by James Pickering, PhD is from the course Abdomen [Archive].


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  1. Cecum
  2. Duodenum
  3. Jejunum
  4. Ileum
  1. Duodenum
  2. Jejunum
  3. Ileum
  4. Colon
  5. Stomach
  1. The plicae disappear with distension.
  2. The small intestine is 6–7 meters long
  3. The small intestine has villi and microvilli.
  4. Ninety percent of nutrient absorption occurs in the small intestine.
  5. Transverse folds in the small intestine are known as plicae.
  1. It is acidic.
  2. It is basic.
  3. It is not buffered by pancreatic secretions.
  4. It has not undergone any digestive processes.
  5. It passes through the cardiac sphincter.

Author of lecture Wall Structure – Small Intestine

 James Pickering, PhD

James Pickering, PhD


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