Published March 30, 2006
by Academic Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Kim E. Barrett (Editor), Fayez K. Ghishan (Editor), Juanita L. Merchant (Editor), Hamid M. Said (Editor), Jackie D. Wood (Editor), Leonard R. Johnson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||2080|
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The gastrointestinal system is responsible for the breakdown and absorption of various foods and liquids needed to sustain life. Other diseases and disorders treated by clinicians in this area include: food allergies, constipation, chronic liver disease and cirrhosis, gallstones, gastritis, GERD, hemorrhoids, IBS, lactose intolerance, pancreatic, appendicitis, celiac disease, . Medical Physiology/Gastrointestinal Physiology/Anatomy. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Superior Mesenteric Artery; Inferior Mesenteric Anatomy of the GI Tract. The GI tract is essentially a hollow tube connecting the mouth to the anus. The GI tract has a similar layout through out its length: An inner mucosal. 4. Gastrointestinal physiology and metabolism. Regulation of gastrointestinal function -- Movements of the gastrointestinal tract -- Secretions of the gastrointestinal tract -- Digestion and absorption: the nonfermentative processes -- Digestion: the fermentative processes -- Postabsorptive nutrient utilization. 5. Endocrinology. PHYSIOLOGY OF MOUTH Functions: 1/ Mechanical and chemical digestion of the food. 2/ The source of the unconditioned reflexes. 3/ Control of physical and chemical properties of the food. Ad 1 a Mechanical activity – mastication The anterior teeth – a cutting action. The posterior teeth – a grinding action.