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Anatomy and Histology of Stomach Quiz


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How many layers of smooth muscles does the stomach have?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


Where Meissner’s plexuses is situated?

A. Submucosa

B. Mucosa

C. Muscularis

D. Serosa


What are the layers of the stomach wall?

A. Serosa

B. Muscularis

C. Submucosa

D. Mucosa

E. All of these


Which of the following cells that produce hydrochloric acid and intrinsic factor large and triangular in shape pale pink cytoplasm?

A. Parietal cells

B. Chief cells

C. Mucous neck cells

D. Stem cells


Identify the organ in the figure ?

A. Small intestine

B. Stomach

C. Large intestine

D. None of these


What is the name of the part of the stomach attached to the esophagus?

A. Fundus

B. Body

C. Cardia

D. Pylorus


The stomach can be divided into how many major histological regions?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


The gastric glands of the fundus and body are branched tubular glands, which open into gastric pits. What are the cells that make up the gastric glands?

A. Mucous cells

B. Parietal cells

C. Chief cells

D. Stem cells

E. All of these


Where Auerbach’s myenteric plexus is situated?

A. Muscularis propria

B. Lamina propria

C. Submucosa

D. Columnar epithelial layer


The stomach can be divided into how many parts?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5


X are the cells that line the lower wall of the ducts and they are found in the fundus only. X cells secrete pepsinogen for protein digestion. With the help of the figure above, identify the X cells.

A. Goblet cells

B. Chief cells

C. Stem cells

D. Parietal cells




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