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nbme22/Block 2/Question#46 (38.1 difficulty score)
A 62-year-old man is being evaluated for ...
Greater mucosal surface areaπŸ”

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submitted by paperbackwriter(104),

As my Bio 101 professor used to say, the answer to everything is either sex or surface area.

submitted by hayayah(1057),
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nwinkelmann  Yes. The appearance of the mucosal folds depends upon the diameter of the bowel, and when they fold they appear feathery. Mucosal folds are largest and most numerous in the jejunum and tend to disappear in the lower part of the ileum. +  

submitted by sweetmed(138),
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paperbackwriter  not sure why you were downvoted... correct (maybe pg number wrong??) +  

submitted by inmyblood(0),
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Waht is hte tteerl Y adngintici ni eth u?tceipr is ti teh rglea n?tisneeti

humble_station  For this answer to make sense to me, Y should be the beginning of the large intestine like the terminal ileum/cecum leading up to the ascending colon +