Chapter 6

1. The term for lack of appetite is:
a. Anorexia
b. Dysphagia
c. Leukoplakia
d. Obstipation
e. Achlorhydria

A. Anorexia

2. What is the term that means stricture or narrowing of the rectum?
a. Rectodynia
b. Rectoplasty
c. Rectospasm
d. Rectopexy
e. Rectostenosis

E. Rectostenosis

3. Protrusion of an organ through its natural wall is known as:
a. Reflux
b. Perforation
c. Volvulus
d. Diverticulosis
e. Hernia

E. Hernia

4. Where does the mechanical process of digestion begin?
a. Mouth
b. Esophagus
c. Stomach
d. Small intestine
e. Large intestine

A. Mouth

5. What is the term for the diagnostic procedure used to examine the anus and rectum?
a. Sigmoidoscopy
b. Colonoscopy
c. Enteroscopy
d. Coloscopy
e. Proctoscopy

E. Proctoscopy

6. Which statement regarding anatomical position is correct?
a. The esophagus is inferior to the stomach
b. The stomach is superior to the duodenum
c. The rectum is inferior to the anus
d. The jejunum is inferior to the ileum
e. The duodenum is inferior t

B. The stomach is superior to the duodenum

7. What is the term for a stone in a salivary gland?
a. Lithiasis
b. Cholecystolithiasis
c. Adenolithiasis
d. Sialadenolithiasis
e. Renal calculus

D. Sialadenolithiasis

8. What imaging technique uses high-frequency sound waves to produce an image of the liver, gallbladder, or pancreas?
a. Magnetic resonance imaging
b. CT scan
c. Radiograph
d. Ultrasonography
e. Nuclear scan

D. Ultrasonography

9. A twisting of the bowel upon itself, causing obstruction, is a disorder known as:
a. Fistula
b. Constipation
c. Volvulus
d. IBD
e. Crohn disease

C. Volvulus

10. What is the term for passage of stools containing bright red blood?
a. Hematoma
b. Toxemia
c. Hematoblast
d. Hematochezia
e. Hemolysis

d. Hematochezia

11. Where is bile produced?
a. Stomach
b. Salivary glands
c. Pancrease
d. Liver
e. Gallbladder

D. Liver

12. Which specialist is correctly matched with the type of therapy performed?
a. Periodontist - straightens teeth
b. Gastrologist - treats gingivitis
c. Cardiologist - treats muscular disorders
d. Orthodontist - treats tooth pain
e. Enterologist - treats

e. Enterologist - treats diseases of the intestinal tract

13. What condition involves an excessive flow of saliva?
a. Gastrorrhea
b. Sialorrhea
c. Diarrhea
d. Cholemesis
e. Hyperemesis

b. Sialorrhea

14. During digestion, the gallbladder releases bile into the:
a. Stomach
b. Small intestine
c. Colon
d. Liver
e. Pancreas

B. Small intestine

15. Esophageal varices are:
a. Hernias around the pylorus
b. Hemorrhoids
c. Perianal fistulae
d. Polyps
e. Swollen, twisted veins

e. Swollen, twisted veins

16. A gastroscopy is performed with a(n):
a. Sigmoidoscope
b. Flexible, fiber-optic scope
c. Colonscope
d. Fluoroscopic scope
e. Esophagoscope

b. Flexible, fiber-optic scope

17. What term is an intestinal disorder of the colon characterized by diarrhea and abdominal cramps?
a. Hemaochezia
b. Enteropathy
c. Dysentery
d. Polyposis
e. Hepatitis

c. Dysentery

18. The bowel disorder Chrohn disease is also known as:
a. Diarrhea
b. Volvulus
c. Ischemia
d. Melena
e. Regional ileitis

e. Regional ileitis

19. Abnormal side pockets in a hollow organ such as the intestine are called:
a. Caries
b. Ulcers
c. Dysentery
d. Diverticula
e. Ascites

d. Diverticula

20. Accumulation of serous fluids in the abdominal cavity is called:
a. Flatus
b. Anorexia
c. Ascites
d. Bulimia
e. Edema

c. Ascites

21. The pear-shaped, sac-like organ that serves as a reservoir for bile is the:
a. Liver
b. Pancreas
c. Gallbladder
d. Spleen
e. Duodenum

c. Gallbladder

22. Acute gastritis or peptic ulcer may result in:
a. Diarrhea
b. Sialorrhea
c. Hyperemesis
d. Cholemesis
e. Hematemesis

e. Hematemesis

23. Dysphagia results from a problem connected with:
a. Swallowing
b. Appetite
c. Diarrhea
d. The colon
e. Polyps

a. Swallowing

24. A cholelith is a:
a. Pancreatic stone
b. Liver stone
c. Salivary stone
d. Gallstone
e. Stomach stone

d. Gallstone

25. What is the term for white plaques on the mucosa of the mouth?
a. Stomatitis
b. Leukoplakia
c. Steatorrhea
d. Melena
e. Leukemia

b. Leukoplakia

26. What is the term for difficult or painful swallowing?
a. Borborygmus
b. Flatus
c. Nausea
d. Eructation
e. Dysphagia

e. Dysphagia

27. What diagnostic test is performed on feces to detect the presence of hidden blood not apparent on visual inspection?
a. Stool culture
b. Stool guaiac test
c. Hepatitis panel
d. Sialography
e. Liver function test

b. Stool guaiac test

28. Which surgical procedure treats morbid obesity by shortening the jejunum?
a. Gastrectomy
b. Vertical banded gastroplasty
c. Roux-en-y gastric bypass
d. Enterectomy
e. Colonectomy

c. Roux-en-y gastric bypass

29. Linguogingival means pertaining to:
a. The tongue and salivary glands
b. The salivary glands and the gums
c. The teeth and the tongue
d. The tongue and the gums
e. The teeth and the gums

d. The tongue and the gums

30. A small, tumorlike, benign growth that projects from mucous membrane surfaces is called a(n):
a. Lesion
b. Polyp
c. Wart
d. Ulcer
e. Ileus

b. Polyp

31. Which structures has respiratory and digestive functions?
a. Tongue
b. Uvula
c. Trachea
d. Esophagus
e. Pharynx

e. Pharynx

32. A mass of enlarged twisted vens in the mucous membrances inside or outside of the rectum is called:
a. Hernia
b. Hemorrhoid
c. Polyp
d. Tumor
e. Fistula

b. Hemorrhoid

33. Suture of the second portion of the small intestine is called:
a. Enterorrhaphy
b. Ileorhaphy
c. Duodenorrhaphy
d. Jejunorrhaphy
e. Colonorrhaphy

d. Jejunorrhaphy

34. Which structure carries bile from the liver to the duodenum?
a. Lymph duct
b. Hepatic duct
c. Common bile duct
d. Pancreatic duct
e. Cystic duct

c. Common bile duct

35. The suffix-prandial means:
a. Enlargement
b. Meal
c. Vomit
d. Gall
e. Expansion

B. Meal

36. What is the term for backflow (reflux) of gastric contents into the esophagus due to malfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter?
a. Hematemesis
b. Dyspepsia
c. LES
d. GERD
e. Borborygmus

D. GERD

37. Jaundice is caused by excessive levels of:
a. Saliva
b. Chyme
c. Gastric acid
d. Insulin
e. Bilirubin

e. Bilirubin

38. Structural abnormalities of the esophagus can be diagnosed using:
a. Lower GI series
b. Barium swallow
c. Barium enema
d. Colonoscopy
e. Nasogastric intubatin

b. Barium swallow

39. An abnormal tubelike passage from one organ to another or from one organ to the surface is called a(n);
a. Anastomosis
b. Fistula
c. Volvulus
d. Hemorrhoid
e. Stenosis

b. Fistula

40. Bleeding of the gums is a primary symptom of:
a. Gingivitis
b. Sialitis
c. Esophagitis
d. Stomatitis
e. Periodontitis

a. Gingivitis

41. What does dyspepsia refer to?
a. Frequent digestion
b. Rapid digestion
c. Abnormally slow digestion
d. Normal digestion
e. Indigestion

e. Indigestion

42. The section of the large intestine associated with the appendix is the:
a. Colon
b. Cecum
c. Rectum
d. Anus
e. Sigmoid colon

b. Cecum

43. Which organ is an accessory of digestion?
a. Stomach
b. Colon
c. Ileum
d. Liver
e. Spleen

D. Liver

44. In which pathological condition are there bulging pouches in the GI tract?
a. Chrohn disease
b. Diverticular disease
c. Colonic polyposis
d. Inflammatory bowel disease
e. Volvulus

b. Diverticular disease

45. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is also known as:
a. Borborygmus
b. Spastic colon
c. Colonalgia
d. Colonic irrigation
e. Coloptosis

b. Spastic colon

46. A new opening from the large bowel to the surface of the body is called:
a. Duodenotomy
b. Jejunostomy
c. Enterostomy
d. Colostomy
e. Jejuntomy

d. Colostomy

47. Lingu/o means the same as:
a. Gingiv/o
b. Gloss/o
c. Or/o
d. Stomat/o
e. Dent/o

b. Gloss/o

49. Which medications control loose stools and relieve diarrhea?
a. Antacids
b. Antiemetics
c. Laxatives
d. Antidiarrheals
e. Suppositories

d. Antidiarrheals

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
51. Disease

S. -pathy

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
52. Mouth

L. Or/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
53. Gums

H. Gingiv/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
54. Teeth

Odont/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
55. Throat

M. Pharayng/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
56. Bile vessel

B. Cholangi/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
57. Stomach

G. Gastr/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
58. Rectum

O. Rect/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
59. Appetite

R. -orexia

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
60. Intestine (usually small

F. Enter/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
61. Bile,gall

A. Chol/e

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
62. Anus, rectum

N. Proct/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
63. Saliva, salivary gland

P. Sial/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
64. Sigmoid colon

Q. Sigmoid/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
65. Tongue

I. Gloss/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
66. Liver

J. Hepat/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
67. Bile duct

D. Choledoch/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
68. Colon

E. Col/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
69. Gallbladder

c. Cholecyst/o

a. Chol/e k. ondont/o
b. Cholangi/o l. or/o
c. Cholecyst/o m. pharyng/o
d. Choledoch/o n. proct/o
e. Col/o o. rect/o
f. Enter/o p. sial/o
g. Gastr/o q. sigmoid/o
h. Gingiv/o r. -orexia
i. Gloss/o s. -pathy
j. Hepat/o t. -rrhea
70. Discharge, flow

T. -rrhea

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

P. hemorrhoid

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

T. lithotripsy

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

Q. Hernia

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

S. Jaundice

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

J. Diverticulosis

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

B. Anorexia

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

C. Ascites

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

F. Borborygmus

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

H. Crohn disease

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

K. dysentery

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

L. dyspepsia

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

R. irritable bowel syndrome

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

A. Anastomosis

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

G. Cholelithiasis

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

N. Endoscopy

a. Anastomosis k.
dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

D. Barium enema

a. Anastomosis k.
dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

E. Barium swallow

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

I. Deglutition

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

O. enterostomy

a. Anastomosis k. dysentery
b. Anorexia l. dyspepsia
c. Ascites m. dysphagia
d. Barium enema n. endoscopy
e. Barium swallow o. enterostomy
f. Borborygmus p. hemorrhoid
g. Cholelithiasis q. hernia
h. Crohn disease r. irritable bowel syndrome
i. Deglutition

M. Dysphagia

Assending colon
Anus
Descending colon

4
9
6

Duodenum
Ileum
Jejunum

1
3
2

Rectum
Sigmoid colon
Transverse colon

8
7
5