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Stomach Mucosa and Muscle Layers (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Stomach Mucosa and Muscle Layers (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Hello, everyone! This is Megan from Kenhub,
and welcome to another anatomy tutorial. In today’s tutorial, we will be looking at the
mucosa and the muscle layers of the stomach. While we’re discussing these structures, we’re
gonna be discussing them as they are seen with the naked eye or macroscopically. We’re
not going to use histological slides or a microscope. So, let’s begin with the complete
view of the stomach. Here, we can see the stomach connecting to
the esophagus and duodenum. We can also see its internal surface and the folds which are
called rugae. In the next illustration, we can see the muscular layers of the stomach
but we will cover these later on in the tutorial. So, the stomach is a muscular bag that expands
to accommodate ingested food. The stomach connects the esophagus and the small intestine.
It’s found in the epigastric, umbilical and left hypochondriac regions of the abdomen.
The stomach can be subdivided into four main parts: the cardiac part, the fundus… Hey guys, as you can see, this video is a
preview which is reserved to Kenhub premium members. Why not become one today? As a premium
member, you will get access to this video as well as other videos, quizzes, articles,
and our atlas of human anatomy—everything you need to learn anatomy in the most fun
and efficient way. Join us and let’s continue learning together! https://www.kenhub.com

2 Replies to “Stomach Mucosa and Muscle Layers (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

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  • Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed this sneak peek at our video on the stomach mucosa and muscle layers. There is still a lot more to go through. So don't miss it! If you're not a Kenhub Premium member yet, we have this free article which covers the anatomy and histology of the stomach in great detail: https://khub.me/of38o See you there!

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