There we go.
We’ve been able to cover a number of
different things in this particular lecture.
First is to know the constituents
of the pancreatic secretions
and how these glands are
controlled and regulated.
And remember that the
different types of secretions
were pretty plentiful from the
various enzymes, ions, and water.
We also were able to talk about the
constituents of biliary secretions,
how they are stored in the gallbladder and
then how they are released and controlled.
Remember this was primarily
due to cholecystokinin.
And finally, you were able to understand
the function of cystic fibrosis
and then apply this to understanding
the pathophysiology of cystic fibrosis
and how we can use testing of glands
to see if someone has the disorder.