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This lecture delivers extensive information about the topic Digestive System Development. Section one primarily focuses on the Overview of Digestive System Development. Firstly, the Development of Primitive Gut is explained. The educator then demonstrates Anterior and Posterior Intestinal Portal after which light is shed on Parts of Gut and their Derivatives.
Section two is dedicated to the discussion of Foregut Derivatives. The educator talks in detail about Development of Foregut Derivatives. Subsequently, a comprehensive introduction of Esophagus takes place. Later, the educator pursues the topic of Stomach. Furthermore, Change in Shape and Position of Stomach plus Change in Mesenteries of Stomach are discussed in detail. At the end of this section, the educator highlights Histogenesis of Stomach.
Section three is about the Duodenum. An overview of Duodenum is presented after which the concept of Mesoduodenum is clarified. The educator then demonstrates the process of Formation of Lesser Sac and describes Retroperitonealization of Duodenum. Subsequently, the educator reports Duodenal Atresia.
Section four deals with the explanation of Midgut Derivatives. The educator comprehensively explains Development of Midgut Derivatives. Afterwards, the concept of Midgut Loop and Physiological Umbilical Herniation is clarified. Later, the whole process of Rotation of Midgut Loop is discussed. Apart from this, the Development of Cecum and Appendix is brought under consideration along with Change in Shape of Cecum and Appendix.
Section five imparts detailed information about Hindgut Derivatives. First of all, the Development of Hindgut is addressed. The educator then focuses on Development of Transverse Colon and Development of Descending and Sigmoid Colon. Afterwards, the Development of Rectum is extensively elucidated followed by a description of Development of Anal Canal. Subsequently, light is shed on Differences between Upper & Lower Anal Canal. At the end of this section, the educator talks in detail about Fixation of Mesentery of Gut as a Whole.