Greg Digby225x309This episode of “A Clinical Minute” has Dr. Digby describing the liver, gall blader and pancreas.

Some of the terms he mentions are:

acinar cells, alpha cell, ampulla, beta cell, bile acids, bile duct, bile salt, bile, blood glucose, blood sugar, breaking down lipids, canal of Herring, canaliculi, capillary bed series, carbohydrate, cholecystokinin, cirrhosis, classic lobule, common bile duct, countercurrent bile duct, d cell, duodenum, emulsification of lipids, endocrine, exocrine, falciform ligament, filter, gall stones, GI, glucagon, glucose, glycogen, HDLs, heart attack, hepatic artery, hepatic vein, hepatitis C, hepatocytes, hexagon, inferior vena cava, innervates, insulin, intercalated duct, interlobular duct, islets of langerhans, isthmus lobule, ito cell, jaundice, Kupffer cells, lamina propria, lipase, lobule, macrophages, necrotic tissue, nutrients, pancreatic duct, pathological tissue, peptidase, pH, portal triad, portal vein, proteinase, secretory cell, sematostatin, sinuses, sinusoid, small intestine, somatostatin, space of disse, sphincter, stomach acid, tandem series, toxic substances, vitamin A, D, & K, Zone1, Zone2, Zone3, zymogen granules

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