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Pay-per-view: Take a trip through the digestive system

APCs Insider, April 6, 2012

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The digestive system consists of two parts, the alimentary canal and the accessory organs. The alimentary canal is the direct path through the body from the mouth to the anus.

The digestive accessory organs play a role in the way the body processes food and water so that each tissue and organ system has fuel to function. These organs secrete enzymes, alkalines, and other substances necessary for the digestive process.

Continue reading “Take a trip through the digestive system” on HCPro’s website. Subscribers to Briefings on APCs have free access to this article in the April issue.

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