Tag: Small Intestine (Anatomical Structure)

How a gastroscopy is carried out

How a gastroscopy is carried out

This animation will show how a gastroscopy is carried out. A gastroscopy is a test that allows your doctor to look inside your food-pipe (oesophagus), stomach and the first part of the small bowel (duodenum). Click the navigation arrows below the animation screen to play, pause, rewind or fast forward

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

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