Human head and neck Esophageal plexus

Esophagus, Stomach, Intestines-Howard What are the tissue layers of the generic gi tract?Esophagus, Stomach, Intestines-Howard What are the tissue layers of the generic gi tract?
Submucosa- submucosal Plexus (plexus of Meissner), also contains loose connective tissue that has blood vessels, glands, lymph tissue. Esophageal plexus
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Obstructive and vascular diseasesObstructive and vascular diseases
Stenosis most often is due to inflammation and scarring, which may be caused by chronic gastroesophageal reflux, irradiation, or caustic injury. Stenosis associated dysphagia usually is progressive. Esophageal plexus
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Physiology Lecture 2 gi motilityPhysiology Lecture 2 gi motility
Basic Electric Rhythm (ber) – The oscillating membrane potentials that cause slow waves of the gi tract. Esophageal plexus
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Chapter 14a – Digestive SystemChapter 14a – Digestive System
Enteric system controlled by autonomic nervous system (ans)  extrinsic innervation. Esophageal plexus
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Surgery Lectures (Esophagus ) Prof. Dr. Waleed Mustafa Consultant Thoracic and Vascular SurgerySurgery Lectures (Esophagus ) Prof. Dr. Waleed Mustafa Consultant Thoracic and Vascular Surgery
Cervical vertebra to the stomach,which it joins opposite the body of 11th thoracic vertebra. It is arbitrary divided into Cervical,Thoracic and Abdominal parts. Esophageal plexus
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1. False diverticulum1. False diverticulum
Definition: is a focal out pouching of the alimentary tract wall that contains all or some of its constituents. Esophageal plexus
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Abdominal Esophagus InnervationAbdominal Esophagus Innervation
Anterior & posterior vagal trunks = parasympathetic. Esophageal plexus
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Summary terms-thoracic cavitySummary terms-thoracic cavity
Each intercostal space contains 2 sets of intercostal arteries (posterior and anterior) that anastomose with each other; the anastomoses can provide collateral circulation in coarctation of the descending aorta; intercostal artery. Esophageal plexus
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Introduction to the abdominal cavity and visceraIntroduction to the abdominal cavity and viscera
Understand how organs, vessels, and autonomic innervation relate to the embryonic foregut, midgut, and hindgut organization. Esophageal plexus
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Saladin, Human Anatomy 3e Detailed Chapter Summary Chapter 16, The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral ReflexesSaladin, Human Anatomy 3e Detailed Chapter Summary Chapter 16, The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes
The autonomic nervous system (ans) carries out many visceral reflexes that are crucial to homeostasis. It is a visceral motor system that acts on glands, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. Esophageal plexus
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Anterior and posterior mediastinum learning objectives identify the space between the two pleural cavitiesAnterior and posterior mediastinum learning objectives identify the space between the two pleural cavities
The space between the pleural cavities occupying the center of thoracic cavity is the mediastinum. Esophageal plexus
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Usually considered a component of posterior mediastinum as they pass through thorax. Esophageal plexus
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