'Twas a short pre-Thanksgiving day, but it still provided entertainment.
Quote of the day from my physiology professor: "And then if you have an acid meal... I presume they're talking about lemonade not LSD here..."
TIL: The upper portion of the stomach (the orad, made up of the fundus and top of the body) is functionally different from the bottom (the caudad, including the antrum and lower body). The top is mainly used as a storage space and accommodates large quantities of food. The bottom starts the digestive work by mixing, breaking up and pushing the food towards the pyloric sphincter and the small intestine.