What does the pyloric sphincter do?


What does the pyloric sphincter do?

Classification of the Pyloric Sphincter:

The pyloric sphincter resembles a ring and is made up of smooth muscle. It is found between the stomach and the beginning of the small intestine (the duodenum).

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Movement Through the Small Intestine: Peristalsis, Segmentation & Pendular Movement


Chapter 17 / Lesson 5

Understand small intestine segmentation. Explore the secretions, contractions, and movements of small intestines. Discover peristalsis and pendular movements.

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