Gastric mucosa, glands(oxyntic, pyloric), pits|Stomach cell & secretion|Histology of stomach/gastric

Gastric mucosa, glands(oxyntic, pyloric), pits|Stomach cell & secretion|Histology of stomach/gastric

This is a schematic diagram showing stomach. Stomach is divided into four parts anatomically. Part in continuation of esophagus is cardia, the part projecting as a dome is known as fundus, rest of the part of stomach is divided into body- this part is body …

Gastric mucosal barrier|Peptic ulcer pathophysiology,causes & treatment |Physiology|Pharmacology

Gastric mucosal barrier|Peptic ulcer pathophysiology,causes & treatment |Physiology|Pharmacology

We have seen this diagram of mechanism of HCL secretion and another one on regulation of secretion of acid in another video but it Hcll is an acid and gastric mucosa are needs to be protective of its harmful effect. So what are these mechanism? …

Dysphagia (Swallowing disorders) symptoms |Pathophysiology| Types & Causes|Approach|Medicine

Dysphagia (Swallowing disorders) symptoms |Pathophysiology| Types & Causes|Approach|Medicine

Dysphagia due to problems in oral phase can occur in paralysis of 5th nerve, seventh nerve or 12th nerve because there will be problem in bolus formation itself since an adequate size of bolus should form for entry into the esophagus. Problems in pharyngeal phase …

Exocrine pancreatic secretions | Physiology

Exocrine pancreatic secretions | Physiology

Pancreas is both an exocrine and an endocrine organ. Here we will be discussing the exocrine secretions of pancreas. This diagram is showing the pancreas and the inside of the pancreas also. So here we see that exocrine pancreas consists of many acinus which open …