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By M J T Fitzgerald

Anatomy: 1800 a number of selection Questions comprises 1,800 a number of selection questions regarding anatomy. The questions are supported via illustrations and organized into 9 sections: top Limb, decrease Limb, Thorax, stomach, Pelvis and Perineum, Head and Neck, fearful procedure, Histology, and Embryology.
In the Histology part, the questions in all of the six ordinary codecs are prepared within the comparable series, as follows: the cellphone; the Tissues (commencing with the Epithelia and finishing with anxious Tissue); and the platforms (commencing with the Cardiovascular and finishing with the Reproductive). Readers will stumble upon questions facing the backbone of the scapula, the vein that pierces the clavipectoral fascia, department of the axillary artery, and the quadriceps femoris muscle. different issues contain muscle pair inserted into iliotibial tract, bony prominences on that you kneel, muscle that flexes hip and knee, and the chromosomal formulation of the oocyte at ovulation. this article additionally discusses the speed of regeneration of peripheral nerves following damage; buildings that occupy the carotid sheath; and the site of sphincter urethrae.
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146. 147. 148. H E B F C 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. G D A B J E C 156. K 157. F 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. C A G H D B E K 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. B G C E A Ill THORAX Questions 1-16 For each of the following multiple choice questions select the most appropriate answer: 1. The A B C D E 2. The sternal angle is at the level of the lower border of vertebra: A T1 B T2 C T3 D T4 E T5 3. The number of pairs of costal cartilages usually attached the sternum: A Six B Seven C Eight D Nine E Ten sternum: Is composed of four parts Gives origin to pectoralis minor Articulates with the upper ten costal cartilages Contains red marrow at its upper end only Makes a synovial joint with the clavicle 46 47 4.

The great cardiac vein accompanies the posterior interventricular artery 73. Parasympathetic ganglia are embedded in the atria 74. The coronary sinus occupies the atrioventricular groove 75. The septomarginal trabecula contains vagal nerve fibres The right lung: 76. Auscultation of the middle lobe is best carried out immediately inferior to the scapula 77. The bronchus to the apical segment of the lower lobe is the first posterior branch of the bronchial tree 78. Expansion is brought about by muscles in the bronchial tree 79.

Sternoclavicular 2. Manubriosternal 3. Sternochondral 4. Xiphisternal 39. Accessory muscle(s) of inspiration: 1. Sternomastoid 2. External oblique 3. Pectoralis major 4. Latissimus dorsi 40. Among the contents of the mediastinum: 1. Trachea 2. Lungs 3. Phrenic nerves 4. Diaphragm 52 41. The following may impress the oesophagus during passage of barium swallow: 1. Arch of aorta 2. Left bronchus 3. Left atrium 4. Left ventricle 42. Of the two bronchi, the right is: 1. Shorter 2. Wider 3. More vertical 4.

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