Tag: Human Gastrointestinal Tract (Anatomical Structure)

Esophagus | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: After the food is swallowed, it leaves the mouth and then goes next to the esophagus. So, let’s focus on that. And just to make sure, we all know kind of how far the esophagus goes, I’m gonna draw in some lines right here, to show where it starts

Digestive System 4- Esophagus

Digestive System 4- Esophagus

– We’re going to spend one more section using this exact same picture, because after being in pharynx land, we move, food travels into the esophagus. The esophagus is a muscular tube that travels between the pharynx and the stomach, so it’s relatively long. It travels through the entire thoracic

Stomach | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Did you know that the human stomach can store up to four liters of food at any time? That’s about as much as two Coke bottles, insane! So, in this video we’re going to see how our stomach helps us process food it just received, from the oral cavity

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

Digestive System 6- Small intestine

Digestive System 6- Small intestine

– I’ve got my pen. Now, we were in the stomach. We passed through the pyloric sphincter, and we are now in the small intestine. And there are actually three parts to the small intestine, and so I feel like it’s we should probably define those parts right away, so

Meet the gastrointestinal tract! | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Meet the gastrointestinal tract! | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Have you ever realized that at your deepest, most inner core you’re not really you. Well, think about it. The minute you eat something and swallow it and it passes in through your gastrointestinal tract, that’s the external environment. That food that you just took in was a part

12 Tips To Seriously Improve Your Digestive And Bowel Function

Greetings. It’s naturopath from New Zealand, Eric Bakker. Author of Candida Crusher and the formulator of Canxida, the Candida dietary supplement of choice. Thanks for checking out my video today. I’m going to do a frequently asked question. I think I might have answered this one before in a video,

Mouth | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Mouth | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: So, the first place our food goes for digestion in the body is, of course, the mouth, and the mouth actually has a couple of names, believe it or not. Of course, we call it the mouth most commonly, but it’s also known as the oral cavity or even

Endocrine pancreas | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Alright, then on that note why don’t we move onto the next part of the pancreas, which is known as the endocrine pancreas. And this is actually the part of the pancreas that is the most famous. We hear the most about this as we’ll see in a minute because

Digestive histology 9- Small intestine

Digestive histology 9- Small intestine

– Now we’re going to look at the three parts of the small intestine. Let’s go ahead and jot them down, what comes first? Duodenum. What comes next? Jejunum. That’s says jejunum. What comes next? Ileum, with an E like eat. Now, I’m going to tell you that characteristic things