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Tour of the Human Digestive System (Part 2) – 10.6 – Biol 189

Tour of the Human Digestive System (Part 2) – 10.6 – Biol 189

In the rest of our tour on the digestive system we’ll talk about the organs that have the greatest amount of misinformation out there about them. So we’ll talk about some common misconceptions about the digestive system. So, the next organ on our tour is the stomach. The stomach can

The Digestive System

Professor Dave again, let’s digest some food. We just completed our understanding of how we take in oxygen from the atmosphere and distribute it around the body, but our cells need more than just oxygen. We need nutrients to sustain our bodily functions, which means we need to eat food.

Dumping Syndrome, Animation

Dumping Syndrome, Animation

Dumping syndrome is a very common complication following gastric and esophageal surgeries. Also known as rapid gastric emptying, dumping syndrome is a condition in which undigested food moves too quickly from the stomach to the small intestine. In other words, food gets “dumped” into the intestine before being properly digested.

Small intestine 1: Structure | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Small intestine 1: Structure | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Did you know that the stomach flu can make you temporarily lactose intolerant? It’s true. So, in this video, we will talk about how that happens. And in detail, how the small intestine works. So, as a review, once you put food into your oral cavity or your mouth,