With Coeliac disease, there is ________ and ___________.
inflammation; excessive recruitment of WBCs
Follicle-associated epithelium contains __________, which are targets of entry into the intestine for certain pathogens.
microfold cells (M cells)
Closely aggregated nodules of lymphoid tissue in the walls of the small intestine especially in the ileum that partially or entirely disappear in advanced life and in typhoid fever become the seat of ulcers which may perforate the intestines.
4 factors that increase the surface area of the small intestine.
mucosal cylinder, folds of kerkring, villi, microvilli
Transverse folds of the mucosa of the distal duodenum and prominent in the jejunum and ileum.
plica circulares (folds of kerckring)
The villi of the small intestine is longest in the ___________ and gets shorter toward the ________.
Lymphoid tissue of the small intestine gets more prominent in the _________ and is fairly inconspicuous in the _________.
The proportion of goblet cells in the epithelium of the small intestine increases ________.
Plicae circulares are most prominent and numerous in the ___________ and ___________ and are generally absent in the __________ and _____________.