Flashcards in Anatomy Deck (12)
Which artery is particularly at risk with POSTERIOR and ANTERIOR knee dislocations?
What innervates the SERRATUS ANTERIOR? What occurs when there is pathology with this nerve?
long thorasic nerve...winged scapula
What material is used to stain cartilage and therefore Type II Collagen when looking at a histo feature of a joint?
Red Safranin O
Which FEMALE ligament is a vestage of the gubernaculum (both male and female) that projects from the uterus through the inguinal canal into the labia majora?
The RIGHT recurrent laryngeal artery loops around the _______ artery
R subclavian artery
The LEFT recurrent laryngeal artery loops below ________
the AORTIC ARCH
The right AND left recurrent laryngeal nerves innvervate all of the muscles that produce the voice, EXCEPT the CRICOTHYROID, which is innervated by the ________
the INTERNAL LARYNGEAL NERVE
Which nerve travels in the SPIRAL GROOVE of the humerus? What action does it have?
RADIAL NERVE...it helps EXTEND the wrist...therefore a fracture to the humerus will cause a wrist drop
Venous drainage of the rectum above the DENTATE line occurs through the superior rectal vein, which drains into the portal venous system via the _______ _______ vein.
inferior mesenteric vein
In a distal clavicle fracture, the deltoid will draw a distal fragment ___________ while the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius will draw a proximal fragment superomedially
What nerve is the most frequently injured nerve in the leg? What is the most common symptom?
the COMMON PERONEAL nerve..."foot drop"