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GSSE multiple true false question on gastrointestinal tract development (Question Type X)

Gastrointestinal Tract Development

Development of the gastrointestinal tract is fascinating, and a good understanding of this process helps to explain the subsequent location, supply and innervation of the abdominal viscera and sections of the GIT – defined by the three segments of the primitive gut. It’s also easy pickings for developmental/embryology questions for the GSSE! So here’s a Type X to test yourself! Post answers below

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23/06/2020

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