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17 items · Last updated Wednesday 18th March 2015
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Overview of the Liver

The Liver Anatomy  Right (middle hepatic vein) Left lobe  Right – caudate & quadrate lobes  Overall, 8 subdivisions separated by R, middle & L hepatic veins…  
Sarah Wagstaffe
over 9 years ago
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Proton Pump Inhibitors

Revision notes on PPIs  
Sarah Wagstaffe
over 9 years ago
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Journey down the gut

This is a summary of all that is in the gut from top to bottom  
Philip Welsby
almost 9 years ago
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Histology within the GI Tract

A whistlestop SDL of histology and some pathology of the GI tract.  
stephanie Hicks
over 8 years ago
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Liver Function Tests

This is a simplified teaching resource that aids us memorisation of details of LFTS.  
Kamal Eldirawi
almost 7 years ago
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Basic Liver Physiology

 
almostadoctor.com - free medical student revision notes
almost 6 years ago
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Bilirubin Metabolism and Jaundice

 
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almost 6 years ago
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Gallstones

Gallstones and biliary disease can be a bit confusing, and there is a lot of overlap. Essentially, gallstones themselves are not problematic in the vast majority of cases, but can predispose the other problems with the biliary tree.   Gallstones  
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almost 6 years ago
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Obstructive Jaundice

 
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almost 6 years ago
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Pancreatitis

 
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almost 6 years ago
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Coeliac Disease

 
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almost 6 years ago
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Basic Gastric Physiology

There are basically two regions in the stomach, which contain two different lots of cells, which have different functions: Oxyntic glandular area – this contains oxyntic (parietal cells) that secrete gastric juice and intrinsic factor, as well as chief (peptic cells) that secrete pepsinogen Antral (lower) region – this contains G cells that secrete gastrin. G cells are also found in the duodenum.  
almostadoctor.com - free medical student revision notes
almost 6 years ago
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Peptic Ulcer Disease

 
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almost 6 years ago
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Small Intestine 2: Digestion

How can the stomach flu make us lactose intolerant? How do we absorb the food we eat? Learn how the small intestine has specialized sites to break down and a...  
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over 5 years ago
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Small Intestine 3: Absorption

How can the stomach flu make us lactose intolerant? How do we absorb the food we eat? Learn how the small intestine has specialized sites to break down and a...  
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over 5 years ago
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Small Intestine 1: Structure

How can the stomach flu make us lactose intolerant? How do we absorb the food we eat? Learn how the small intestine has specialized sites to break down and a...  
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The Digestive System: Functional Anatomy & Physiology of Chemical Digestion and Absorption

A beautifully illustrated walk through the alimentary canal. See the entire gastrointestinal tract on a single page!  
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over 4 years ago