Digestive System-And-Related Diseases

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Good evening samia,I will explain to you general information about the digestive system and related diseases and the prevention of diseases related to it Digestive system: A long, tortuous canal begins with the mouth and ends with the anus. Which is responsible for digestion of food by converting complex and large food molecules into smaller, absorbable molecules that can penetrate through cellular membranes. This process is performed by mechanical effects caused by muscles and teeth and chemical effects stimulated by enzymes. The process of digestion several stages in the digestive system, beginning in the mouth (oral cavity). Digestion involves cracking food into smaller, smaller components that can be absorbed and digested into the body. …show more content…

The channel receives food where it is digested and converted to simple raw materials that are easy for the body to absorb and use in growth and energy, then the remaining waste is expelled. The main functions of gastrointestinal tract can therefore be summarized as ingestion, digestion, absorption of food, defecation or removal of food waste from the body, Gastrointestinal tract varies from one animal to another. Some animals have multi-cavity equipment, while some animal equipment consists of only one cavity. The intestinal gastrointestinal tract in normal adults is about 6.5 meters or 20 feet long and consists of two parts, the upper gastrointestinal tract and the lower intestinal tract. The gastrointestinal tract can be divided according to its composition during the embryonic stage to the anterior, middle, and posterior …show more content…

Among the diseases widely known in the digestive system is colon cancer. This is usually slow-growing cancer and can often be avoided if detected early. Many diseases and conditions are linked to the digestive system - including irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance, blockages, GERD, Crohn's disease and esophagitis, as well as the aid of gastric ulcer and diaphragm hernia - which can be chronic and difficult to diagnose and treat. All these diseases are associated with the digestive system and with the food we eat, and many people with gastrointestinal diseases must restrict their

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