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In most mammals, the stomach is a hollow, muscular organ of the gastrointestinal tract, between the throat and the small intestine. It is involved in the second phase of digestion, following mastication (chewing). The word...
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The right margin of the esophagus is continuous with the lesser curvature of the stomach, while the left margin joins the greater curvature at an acute angle, termed the cardiac notch .
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Aspects of the topic cardiac-stomach are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References use in crustacean anatomy ( in malacostracan (crustacean): Digestion and nutrition ) ...foregut; a midgut with outpocketings called digestive glands, or hepatopancreas; and a hindgut, or rectum. The large anterior foregut, or cardiac stomach,...
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1F. The Stomach - Human Anatomy ... by which the esophagus communicates with the stomach is known as the cardiac ... with the cardiac orifice of the stomach. ...
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... the cardiac part by the cardiac notch or incisure. The Body of the Stomach ... At the stomach, it runs from the cardiac part of the stomach along the lesser ...
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Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the Human Body. XI. Splanchnology. 1F. The Stomach ... by which the esophagus communicates with the stomach is known as the cardiac ...
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Anatomically, the stomach is divided into. a cardiac part, fundus, body or corpus, and ... junction is available, have a look at the cardiac glands of the stomach. ...
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The opening of the esophagus into the stomach. The upper portion of the stomach that adjoins this opening ... meaning heart, the cardiac orifice of the stomach. ...
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Cardiac glands Cardiac glands Section of mucous membrane of human stomach , near the cardiac orifice ... The cardiac glands of the stomach secrete primarily mucus. ...
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cardiac ostium of the stomach in all domestic animals. In the horse this ... The gastric glands in the cardiac and pyloric portion of the stomach are different ...
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Normal stomach tissues (Pylorus/cardiac/stomach body) tissue arrays $120 Add. Product Lots: ... part. Image. 07. 59. M. Stomach. Normal tissue. Cardiac orifice ...
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The cardiac stomach epithelium is a bit confusing for several reasons. ... This slide of cardiac stomach has the appearance of three regions of cells in ...
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... you move further into the stomach, the cardiac glands are very quickly replaced ... cardiac stomach glands. fundic (gastric) glands. pyloric glands. answer ...
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The cardiac stomach is also known as the cardiac sphincter. ... The confusing part of the name is the word cardiac, which has to do with the heart. ...
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esophagus coming into the stomach. cardiac notch. fundus. body. gastric folds or rugae ... The arteries that supply the stomach are branches of the celiac ...
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Cardiac glycosides are a class of medications used to treat heart failure. ... Cardiac glycoside is a chemical that has effects on the heart, stomach, ...
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The cardiac region of the stomach is known to surround the cardioesophageal sphincter. ... area of the stomach, which is lateral to the cardiac region of the stomach. ...
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