Review, and challenge, are an important part of learning. This quiz is part of a set that will span the abdominal physiology and anatomy to challenge your synoptic linking ability. Good luck!
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Gastrointestinal Physiology Review MCQ - Part 6
Stem 1 of 4Familiarise yourself with the schematic below:
What is the specific region of the organ labelled?
Stem 2 of 4Were this region to be sufficiently inflammed as to touch parietal peritoneum, where would pain refer?
Stem 3 of 4Which sign elicits a positive finding of cholecystitis?
Stem 4 of 4Which of the following does not stimulate bile acid formation?
Stem 1 of 4
Patient presents with steatorrhoea, interscapular back pain and nausea.Which system will you ask focused questions on in the history?
Stem 2 of 4Which of the following is a common causative agent of the above symptoms?
Stem 3 of 4Which hormone relaxes Oddi's sphincter?
Stem 4 of 4Which of the following proteolytic enzymes will be in decrement in the intestinal lumen?