Tag: digestive system

Digestive histology 3- Submucosa

– Sometimes the names of the structures in anatomy land are easy. Deep to the mucosa is a layer called something fantastic. Are you ready? Dude, it’s the submucosa. Hmm, I’m going to have to write my submucosa this way. Submucosa. Most often the submucosa is made of dense irregular

The Digestive System | Merck Manual Consumer Version

The Digestive System | Merck Manual Consumer Version

The digestive system is formed by the gastrointestinal tract extending from the mouth to the anus, in addition to the pancreas, liver, and gallbladder. The digestive system is responsible for receiving food, breaking down, and absorbing nutrients, and eliminating indigestible material. The stomach mixes food with acid to begin digestion.

Apple and Linguine: All About the Digestive System

Apple and Linguine: All About the Digestive System

Hi.>I’m Apple.>And I’m Linguine.>We’re here to talk about food, the nutrients in food, and how your body converts them to a nice useable form, and takes them in for use in maintenance of body structures and the energy you need to work, walk, talk, dance, read and write, and even

How To Keep Your Digestive System Healthy?

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A Journey Inside Your Body

A Journey Inside Your Body

Hey dude. My name’s Gilbert. Gilbert The Grape. Yeah the name was my dad’s idea… Anyway, today I’m going on an epic journey…through the human body! So, wanna watch? The trip starts as the human heads to the office lunch room, opens his lunchbox, and finds me in there. What

Medical School Histology Basics – Digestive System

Medical School Histology Basics – Digestive System

Today we’re going to talk about Medical School Histology Basics we’ll be talking about the digestive system we’ll start out with the oral cavity go through the esophagus and stomach the small and large intestines talk about the cells they’re in how they’re modified how they contribute to the function

Celiac Disease and Gluten

You can see gluten-free food almost everywhere. What’s the big deal? Well, around 1% of the world population can’t eat gluten or else they will experience stomach pains, diarrhea, or even malnutrition. This is because these people suffer from a condition called celiac disease. Watch this episode of Medicurio to