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A revision publication for the single cease document revision sequence which covers the foremost evidence for Musculoskeletal module within the kind of brief solution Questions, a number of selection Questions, prolonged Matching Questions, and Problem-based Questions. Illustrated with uncomplicated, easily-reproduced line diagrams, this e-book will supply all of the precious info for examination luck.

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However, in terms of the musculoskeletal system it is important to understand the anterior and posterior divisions of the artery that are common to both males and females. In this case, the anterior division gives off parietal (body wall and lower limb) branches; obturator, internal pudendal and inferior gluteal arteries. The posterior division gives off parietal branches only; iliolumbar, lateral sacral and superior gluteal arteries (18). The pelvis is innervated mainly by sacral and coccygeal nerves.

D. E. F. G. H. I. Costal cartilage First thoracic vertebra Body Manubrium Xiphoid process First rib Twelfth rib Second rib Sternal angle (of Louis) 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 4 9 The Trunk 37 EXPLANATION: THE THORACIC CAGE The thoracic cage includes the 12 pairs of ribs articulating posteriorly with the vertebral column and the sternum. The sternum is divided into three parts: the manubrium (superiorly), the body and the xiphoid process (inferiorly). True ribs are the first seven as they are attached directly to the sternum by their own costal cartilages.

Which cranial nerve is involved in the following movements of the right eye? 1 2 3 5 4 15. Using the options provided, label the diagram below Options A. Lateral rectus muscle C. Medial rectus muscle E. Inferior oblique muscle 6 1 B. Inferior rectus muscle D. Superior oblique muscle F. Superior rectus muscle 5 4 2 3 CN, cranial nerve The Head and Neck 29 EXPLANATION: THE ORBIT AND EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES Each orbit is composed of four orbital walls. The superior wall is formed by the frontal bone and lesser wing of the sphenoid bone.

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