LES-Lower Esophageal Sphincter aka Cardiac Sphincter prevents stomach contents from entering the esophagus.
UES-Upper Esphageal Sphincter- Reduces air entering the stomach
Pyloric Sphincter is found at the end of the stomach and control the release of food from the stomach to the small intestine.
The esophageal sphincter muscle is at the entrance to the stomach and the pyloric sphincter muscle is at the exit of the stomach.
The circular ring of muscle located at the entrance and exit of the stomach is referred to as a "sphincter" - the one at the entrance to the stomach is referred to as the cardiac sphincter, and the one at the exit of the stomach to the small intestines is referred to as the pyloric sphincter.
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The stomach has three layers of smooth muscle tissue arranged in oblique (inner), circular (middle), and longitudinal (outer) layers.
The circular muscle located at the entrance and exit to the stomach is called the sphincter. So for this question, you are talking about two distinct sphincters. This anatomical structure is able to open, and contract or close as needed. This keeps food in the stomach until the stomach empties, and prevents liquidy stool from moving from the small intestines back into the stomach.
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from the inner part to the outer part of the stomach goes like this:*Oblique muscle layer, that comes after the first layer of mucosa;*Circular muscle layer. and Longitudinal muscle layer, these come consecutively from the inner part of the stomach to the outer part.Then after that comes the Serosa and then the body itselfhope it was uselful:]
These rings of muscle are not only found either end of the stomach, but also at the base of the bladder. They are called sphincters. The lower sphincter in the stomach is specifically known as the pyloric sphincter, but I regret to say I do not know the exact names given to other sphincters.
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Smooth Muscle is found in your stomach.
The wall of the stomach is structurally similar to other parts of the digestive tube, with the exception that the stomach has an extra oblique layer of smooth muscle inside the circular layer, which aids in performance of complex grinding motions.
It is actually four involuntary muscles. The longitudinal layer, circular layer and oblique layer of the muscularis externa and the pyloric sphincter
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smooth muscle tissue. it is an involuntary muscle and the stomach can be controled by you.
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Involuntary or smooth muscle is found in the stomach.
It has muscle tissue, but it itself is not a 'muscle'.
There are actually FOUR layers of muscle in the stomach. For an effective explanation you need to find a sectional view of the stomach. 1) the muscularis mucosae - a very thin layer of smooth muscle that functions in altering the surface area of the stomach by moving the villi back and forth. 2) Muscularis Externa - there are THREE layers of this muscle in the stomach (compared to only 2 layers in the small intestine.)The following are ordered from innermost layer to outermost layer. >innermost oblique >middle circular >outer longitudinal Happy studying!
The stomach is composed of smooth muscle (as opposed to skeletal or cardiac muscle).
It is a smooth muscle.