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Number of items: 55.

Acute Abdomen

Presentation given during the lecture day

Anti-ulcer drugs

Slides accompanying lecture on drugs used in the treatment of indigestion (dyspepsia), duodenal and stomach ulcers and gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)


Slides accompanying lecture describing: why appetite is important; how we can measure appetite; changes in appetite associated with disease; how appetite is controlled


Slides accompanying lecture describing the composition and role of bile and some clinical implications of aberrant functioning

Biliary tree and pancreas

Slides accompanying lecture covering: bile; bilirubin; bile flow; function of bile acids; pancreas and pancreatic secretion

Coeliac case scenario

Slides covering case scenario for malabsorption week

Colon, rectum and anus

Slides accompanying lecture covering: functions of large intestine; ileo caecal valve; colon movements; ion and water transport in the colon; defaecation

Colorectal cancer

Slides to accompany BM4 lecture on colorectal cancer (clinical aspects & adenoma-carcinoma sequence)

Colorectal cancer - surgical aspects

Slides accompanying symposium on colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer pathology lecture slides

Presentation slides Dr Carr

Colorectal cancer: epidemiology and screening

Slides accompanying symposium on colorectal cancer, covering: epidemiology; primary, secondary and tertiary disease prevention; principles of screening; range of screening and diagnostic tests available

Concepts of GI Organisation

aka Concepts of the Organisation of the GI System

Concepts of GI organisation

No description.

Concepts of the organisation of the gastrointestinal system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the quadrants and regions of the abdomen; the embryological regions of the gut tube and how this relates to arterial supply, nerve supply and lymph drainage; nerve supply to the gut; the peritonuem

Development of the gastrointestinal system 1: Foregut

Slides accompanying lecture on the embryology of the foregut, describing: the development of the stomach and duodenum; the formation of the liver, pancreas and spleen; the arrangement of the peritoneum and peritoneal ligaments; the formation of the lesser sac

Development of the gastrointestinal system 2: midgut and hindgut

Slides accompanying anatomy lecture on the development of the midgut and hindgut, covering: primary intestinal loop; rotation; peritoneum; rectum and anal canal

Digestion and absorption

Slides accompanying lecture covering: digestion of protein, carbohydrate and fats; control of salt and water transport; diarrhoea; G proteins; cholera

Foregut and peritoneum

No description.

GI Anatomy Workbook

No description.

GI Anatomy Workbook

No description.

GI accessory glands

Slides accompanying anatomy lecture covering: salivary glands; pancreas; liver; gall bladder

GI disorders: psychological causes and consequences

Slides accompanying lecture discussing the role of psychological factors in the development and maintenance of GI disorders and their role in managing or treating these disorders

GI parasites

Slides accompanying lecture on gastrointestinal parasites including: giardia, e histolytica and pinworms; geohelminths; ways of spread, diagnosis, treatment and prevention


Slides accompanying finals revision session

Gastrointestinal anatomy handbook

Handbook designed to accompany anatomy practical sessions in the gastrointestinal (GI) module

Gastrointestinal infection and diarrhoea

Slides accompanying symposium on GI infection and immunology

Gastrointestinal micrograph set 1

Micrographs accompanying GI histology practical session

Gastrointestinal micrograph set 2

Micrographs accompanying GI histology practical session

Genetics of colorectal cancer

Slides accompanying symposium on colorectal cancer, covering the basics of cancer genetics and the inherited types of colorectal cancer


Slides accompanying lecture on the embryology of the hindgut, describing: formation of the rectum and anal canal; features of hindgut derived structures; arrangement of the peritoneum; arrangement of the blood supply; the relation of the embryological development of the hindgut to clinical abnormalities

How to take a GI History

Slides accompanying lecture on history taking for GI conditions Dr S Wimbush

Inflammatory bowel disease symposium

Combined slides accompanying IBD symposium, covering the pathology, immunology, pharmacology and clinical aspects of IBD and coeliac disease

Large intestine

No description.


No description.

Liver physiology and clinical features

Slides accompanying symposium on liver disease, describing the physiology of the liver, and clinical features of liver disease

Malabsorption Lecture

Lecture from Dr Chand on malabsorption and dyspepsia

Malnutrition in GI disease

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the causes of malnutrition; effects of malnourishment; prevalence of malnourishment; treating malnourishment

Metabolic liver function

Slides accompanying lecture describing the specific functions of the liver with respect to carbohydrate, fats and proteins, and the role of the liver in the detoxification of drugs and toxins

Metabolic liver function 1 - lecture notes

Notes accompanying lecture on metabolic liver function, describing the function of the liver in the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids, and in drug metabolism

Metabolic liver function 2 - lecture notes

Notes accompanying lecture covering: amino acid sources; neurotransmitters and hormones from amino acids; non-proteinaceous molecules synthesised from amino acids; important liver proteins; protein degradation


Slides accompanying lecture on the embryology of the midgut, describing: the rotation and development of the intestines; the arrangement of the peritoneum; the development of the midgut in relation to gross anatomy and clinical abnormalities

Midgut and Hindgut

No description.

Mouth, stomach and secretion

Combined slides accompanying lectures covering: saliva; swallowing; functions of the stomach; vomiting; pancreatic secretion

Pathology in the management of liver disease

Slides accompanying symposium on liver disease, describing: liver biopsy; fatty liver disease; chronic hepatitis; biliary tract disease; iron overload; metabolic disease

Peptic ulcer symposium BM Year 2

Combined slides accompanying the peptic ulcer symposium, covering: Helicobacter pylori; Gastro-oesophageal reflux & Barrett’s oesophagus; Dyspepsia, ulcers, reflux and public health; Diagnosis and management of upper GI diseases; Drug treatments

Pharmacology of diarrhoea and constipation

Slides accompanying lecture describing: the causes of acute and chronic diarrhoea; the processes involved in constipation; the drugs used to treat diarrhoea and constipation and the mechanism of action of these

Protein and amino acid metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture presenting specifics of protein and amino acid metabolism with special reference to synthesis of various key proteins, integral liver function and degradation

The colon - its role in nutrition and health

Slides accompanying lecture on the colon, colonic bacteria and urea-nitrogen salvage

The mucosal barrier

Slides accompanying lecture covering: mucosal barrier; injurious agents to tissue and to the GI tract; gastric mucosal injury and defence; oesophageal mucosa; gastric mucosa; small intestinal mucosa

Vitamins and minerals

Slides accompanying lecture covering: vitamin B12; iron; calcium; vitamin D; copper; zinc

This list was generated on Tue May 24 17:59:48 2022 BST.