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    3. A 5-inch long tube that runs behind the mouth and nose and helps to close the nasopharynx and larynx when swallowing to prevent food from entering the respiratory tracts
    5. A protrusion of the rectum and posterior wall of the vagina.
    8. The surgical removal of the viscera (internal organs) from the body through an incision.
    9. Procedure in which a scope is used to examine the anal canal.
    11. Tumor on a pedicle (stem-like attachment) that bleeds easily and may become malignant.
    12. Pertaining to the lowest middle abdominal area.
    14. Another term for varicose veins.ampull
    15. Surgical destruction of tissue by use of electric current, or electrosurgery.
    16. Radiographic examination of the liver.
    17. Located in the central and lower abdomen and runs between the stomach and large intestine, this contains the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum.
    18. Radiographic recording of the bile ducts.
    19. An artificial opening into the stomach from the abdominal wall.
    20. This 10-inch long tube leads from the pharynx and passes through the diaphragm and into the stomach.
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    1. The ampulla, otherwise known as the ampulla of _______, is where the pancreatic duct and common bile duct join together and drain into the duodenum.
    2. Pertaining to the gallbladder, bile, or bile duct.
    3. The esophagus moves food into the stomach by _________, which are rhythmic waves of muscular contractions.
    4. Surgically created pathway to divert the flow of blood or other fluid from normal anatomical courses.
    6. A muscular organ located on the left side of upper abdomen that contains the cardia, fundus, body (corpus), and atrum (pylorus).
    7. The transverse colon and sigmoid colon are intraperitoneal (within the peritoneum), while most of the colon is __________ (behind the peritoneum).
    10. Often called a stone, it is a concretion of material, usually mineral salts, that form in an organ or body duct.
    13. Reconnecting two places, organs, or spaces that had been previously connected.