W4 Gut secretions 1
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Name a function of saliva.29Users enter free text
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Name a function of saliva.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
Which of the following is not found in saliva?
Match the saliva function to component.Users link answersLinking45s
What stimuli activates/inhibits the rate of salivation?Users sort answers between categoriesSorting45s
The rate of salivation is inhibited by ACh from sympathetic nerves.falsetrueTrue or False30s
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Which of the following is not a swallowing phase?
Which of the following is correct?
Efferent impulses are conducted through the vagus nerve to the pharynx and oesophagus
Buccal phase is stimulated by the swallowing centre in the medulla
Pharyngeal phase is stimulated by the cerbral cortex
Smooth muscle is found in the early oesophagus, lower oesophagus and lower oesophagus sphincter60s
What is not a common cause of dysphagia?
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Order the steps in basal acid secretionUsers link answersLinking45s
Match the phase in acid secretion to stimuli.Users link answersLinking30s
Which of the following is not a common treatment for peptic ulcers or heartburn?
H2 receptor antagonist
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