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121. The hepatic sinusoids
A. transport bile.
B. have phagocytic cells in their lining.
C. are part of the portal triad.
D. connect to the gallbladder.
E. do not have a function.
122. Bile is produced by cells of the
E. hepatopancreatic ampulla.
123. Damage to the liver would hamper digestion of
E. All of these choices are correct.
124. The liver
A. produces secretions that help neutralize stomach acids and emulsify fats.
B. produces several digestive enzymes.
C. stores vitamin C.
D. receives oxygenated blood from the portal vein.
E. can not synthesize new molecules.
125. Bile secretion is
A. performed continuously by the liver.
B. is stimulated by sympathetic nerves.
C. is stimulated by decreased amounts of bile salts.
D. stimulated by increased vitamin B12 storage.
E. controlled by the gallbladder.
A. digests proteins in the small intestine.
B. emulsifies fats in the small intestine.
C. is made by the gallbladder and stored by the liver.
D. activates trypsin in the small intestine.
E. activates the pancreas.
127. Functions of the liver include
A. production of many blood proteins.
B. interconversion of nutrients.
C. detoxification of harmful chemicals.
D. bile production.
E. All of these are functions of the liver.
A. phagocytize cells.
B. form phospholipids and hydroxylate vitamin D.
C. convert ammonia to urea.
D. remove sugar from the blood and store is as glycogen.
E. All of these choices are functions of hepatocytes.
129. Which of the following is NOT part of a portal triad?
A. hepatic artery
B. hepatic duct
C. hepatic portal vein
D. central vein
130. Where does bile enter the duodenum?
A. cystic duct
B. hepatopancreatic ampulla
C. hepatic duct
D. duodenal ampulla