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How do the digestive system and the circulatory system work together?

How do the digestive system and the circulatory system work together?

Systems: The circulatory system is the system consisting of your heart and blood vessels. This system transports oxygen and nutrient to the body and waste products to the organs that eliminate them. The Digestive system is where oral intact is broken down into absorbable particles. These particles are then absorbed into the blood to be transported to the body by the circulatory system. ...Read more

Dr. Ali Yazdy
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Digestive Health (Definition)

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Can you tell me how is circulatory system and the digestive system physically conected ?

Can you tell me how is circulatory system and the digestive system physically conected ?

Blood supply: Every organ has as blood supply to supply that organ with O2 and nutrients / take away waste products. The samll bowel absorbs nutrients (digested food) and the colon absorbs water. If the blood supply fails the organ dies ...Read more

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How does digestive system work together with lymphatic system? The relationship between them? Thank you

How does digestive system work together with lymphatic system? The relationship between them?

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GALT: A large proportion of our lymphatic system surrounds the GI tract and is called the Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue; it is one of our body's first line of defense against infections as there can be many harmful microbes in our GI tract. For more information see http://www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/digestion/basics/gi_immune.html ...Read more

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What is the relationship between the belly button and the digestive system?

What is the relationship between the belly button and the digestive system?

None.: Belly button is the scar formed after your umbilical cord was cut at birth. It has nothing to do with your digestive tract and is internally loosely connected to your liver via a ligament. ...Read more

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Which diseases affect the respiratory, circulatory and digestive system?

Which diseases affect the respiratory, circulatory and digestive system?

Diseases lungs,gut: There are a great number of diseases that can attack these organ systems. This is a very complex question. You need to ask more specific questions. ...Read more

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What relationship exists between cardiovascular diseases and the circulatory system? Is it just clogging of the arteries?

What relationship exists between cardiovascular diseases and the circulatory system?  Is it just clogging of the arteries?

No: High blood pressure can also cause the heart to work harder and result in hypertrophy (ballooning) of the heart muscle. High blood pressure is not always the result of clogging of the arteries. It can also be caused by too much fluid volume due to salt intake and by stress. ...Read more

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I am 25 now. I have not good digestive system(no pain but fairly loose stool), etchy ear, fairly blocked nose(more at nights). Is there any connection?

I am 25 now. I have not good digestive system(no pain but fairly loose stool), etchy ear, fairly blocked nose(more at nights). Is there any connection?

Yes indeed: All those symptoms are due to poor diet. I usually suspect sugar as the villain because that automatically needs more vitamin b to process it. It may go further than that by providing a pleasure signal to the brain. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how the food travel through the digestive system?

Can you tell me how the food travel through the digestive system?

Food route: chew in mouth, stomach mixes and meters out into duodenum and then into small intestine for absorption. The residual makes it into the right part of the colon within an hour or less in most people. then over the next 1-4 days it slowly moves toward the rectum where it is slowly dehydrated (no digestion takes place in the colon, except bacterial degradation), eventually expelled ...Read more

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Why does the acidity level change throughout the digestive system?

Why does the acidity level change throughout the digestive system?

A very complex question: For example, the stomach requires an acid environment whereas the small intestine requires an alkaline environment. It is all to do with the magic of digestion and absorption of the materials that are turned into you. ...Read more

Dr. James Lin
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Circulatory Disorders (Definition)

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