Tag: Liver

Video Digestive System Anatomy Model Liver Gallbladder Common bile duct Pancreas Adrenal Glands

Video Digestive System Anatomy Model Liver Gallbladder Common bile duct Pancreas Adrenal Glands

This is the PANCREAS and LIVER model. Going over some of the structures of the GI tract and also structures of the Urinary Tract. These two glands here are called the ADRENAL GLANDS. They are located above or superior to the KIDNEYS. This is the right kidney. This is the

ONLY HERE! MIRACULOUS remedy to heal everything! Heart, kidneys, liver, blood vessels, GI tract…

ONLY HERE! MIRACULOUS remedy to heal everything! Heart, kidneys, liver, blood vessels, GI tract…

How to take care of your health nowadays? After all, the environment affects us in a negative way. In addition, one should not forget about frequent stress and simply lack of time for yourself! And if you recall the cost of medications, it becomes even more stressful! 2 But we

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

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

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 the Digestive System Works

How the Digestive System Works

KidsHealth presents “How the Body Works,” with Chloe and the Nurb. [MUSIC PLAYING] I see your gallstones and raise you four tonsils. Call. Whatcha got? Ha! Read ’em and weep– a pair of kidneys. Well, filter my trash. Too bad for you, I have a straight set of teeth. Arr!

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.

Mechanisms regulating the gut-liver axis during health and disease

Mechanisms regulating the gut-liver axis during health and disease

Our lab mainly focuses on understanding the mechanism regulating the communications in the liver and the gut which is essential to maintain metabolic health and to prevent disease. So the liver is the main metabolic organ of the body that synthesizes very important molecules for the whole body function like

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