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A pathologist receives a normal specimen resected from a patient’s gastrointestinal tract. Under the microscope, she sees that the mucosa contains columnar cells lacking villi. There are many straight and long tubular glands. This specimen most likely originates from which portion of the GI tract?

a. Esophagus

b. Large intestine

c. Pharynx

d. Small Intestine

e. Stomach

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b. Large intestine