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2. The middle cardiac vein drains into the coronary sinus, whereas the __________ and the venae cordis minimae drain into the right atrium.

2. anterior cardiac veins

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3. The paranchyma (glandular tissue) of the mammary gland is located within the __________(layer) of the anterior chest wall overlying the serratus anterior and __________ muscles.

3. superficial fascia, pectoralis major

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4. The parietal and visceral layers of the pleura are continuous at the __________ of the lung.

4. root

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5. At the level of the hilus of the left lung, the descending aorta is positioned __________ to the primary bronchus.

5. posterior

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6. The left, __________ and __________ lobes of the liver typically receive their primary arterial blood supply from branches of the left hepatic artery.

6. quadrate, caudate

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7. The ejaculatory duct is formed by the union of the __________ and __________, and drains directly into the prostatic urethra (sinus).

7. vas deferens, seminal vesicle

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8. The superior epigastric artery is one of the terminal branches of the __________artery.

8. internal thoracic

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9. The __________ lymph nodes are located directly inferior to the carina.

9. inferior trachiobronchial

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10. The left superior intercostal vein is typically a direct tributary of the __________

10. left brachiocephalic vein

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11. With hemiparalysis of the diaphragm, the involved side __________during deep inspiration?

11. ascends

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12. During an abdominal examination, the __________ of the liver is more readily palpated during deep inspiration.

12. inferior margin

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13. The __________ artery, common bile duct and hepatic portal vein are all suspended within the hepatoduodenal ligament.

13. proper hepatic artery

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14. The __________ (thoracic space) extends from the thoracic inlet to a plane extending from the inferior border of vertebra T4 to the sternal angle.

14. superior mediastinum

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15. The __________typically extends into the anterior mediastinum in infants.

15. thymus

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16. The __________ begins at the cisterna chyli and empties into the venous system at the junction of the left subclavian and internal jugular veins.

16. thoracic duct

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17. The __________ duct traverses the diaphragm by passing through the aortic hiatus.

17. thoracic

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18. The __________ vein is formed by the union of the right ascending lumbar, right lumbar azygos and right subcostal veins.

18. azygos

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19. The uterus typically receives its blood supply from branches of the __________ (female inferior vesicle), ovarian and uterine arteries.

19. vaginal

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20. In its course through the thorax, the __________ is typically constricted anteriorly by the arch of the aorta and the left main bronchus.

20. esophagus

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21. The cardiac plexus, positioned between the bifurcation of the trachea and the arch of the aorta, receives axons from the cardiac and the __________ nerves.

21. vagus

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22. The posterior interventricular artery is typically a direct branch of the __________.

22. right coronary artery

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23. The __________ nerve typically traverses the diaphragm by piercing or passing through the crus .

23. greater splanchnic

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24. In the coronary sulcus, the __________ vein is positioned adjacent to the right coronary artery.

24. small cardiac vein

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25. The __________ are irregular columns of muscle in the wall of the right ventricle.

25. trabeculae carnae

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26. Indirect inguinal hernias are positioned __________ to the inferior epigastric artery.

26. lateral

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27. The __________ connect the rete testis with the head of the epididymis .

27. efferent ductules

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28. At the superficial ring the floor of the inguinal canal is formed by the __________.

28. lacunar ligament

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29. The cremaster muscle is innervated by a branch of the __________nerve.

29. genitofemoral

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30. The lower portion of the esophagus typically receives its blood supply from branches of the __________ artery.

30. left gastric

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31. The body of the pancreas is positioned __________to the lesser sac of the peritoneal cavity.

31. posterior

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32. An important portal-systemic (caval) shunt occurs at the distal end of the rectum where tributaries of the superior rectal vein anastomosis with tributaries of the __________ veins.

32. middle (and inferior) rectal

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33. A hepatic triad includes a branch of the proper hepatic artery, bile duct and __________.

33. hepatic portal vein

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34. In fetal life, the ductus venosus shunts placental blood from the umbilical vein to the __________.

34. inferior vena cava

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35. The ventral mesentery includes the falciform, hepatogastric and __________ligaments.

35. hepatoduodenal

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36. The left kidney is typically positioned adjacent to the diaphragm, psoas major, __________ and quadratus lumborum muscles.

36. transversus abdominis

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37. The tail of the __________ is positioned between the layers of the lienorenal ligament (a peritoneal fold).

37. pancreas

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38. The omental foramen is positioned directly posterior to the __________ vein.

38. hepatic portal

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39. The lateral umbilical ligament is a peritoneal fold surrounding the __________.

39. inferior epigastric artery

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40. The splenic artery is positioned in part between the layers of the __________ ligament.

40. lienorenal

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41. The gastroduodenal artery passes __________ to the duodenum prior to branching into the right gastroepiploic and superior pancreaticoduodenal arteries.

41. posterior

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42. The peripheral aspect of the __________ overlying the superior surface of the diaphragm receives its sensory innervation from the intercostal nerves.

42. pleura

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43. The glans of the penis receives its sensory innervation from the dorsal nerve of the penis, one of the terminal branches of the __________ nerve.

43. pudendal

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44. The __________segments of the duodenum are all retroperitoneal structures.

44. 2nd - 4th

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45. The inferior vena cava is positioned __________ to the duodenum.

45. posterior

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46. The convex surface of the spleen is in contact with the peritoneum covering the inferior surface of the __________.

46. diaphragm

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47. The sigmoid arteries are typically branches of the __________.

47. inferior mesenteric artery

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48. The bulbospongiosus muscle and the __________ sphinchter both attach in part to the perineal body.

48. external anal

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49. The lymphatics of the posterior abdominal wall typically drain directly into the __________ lymph nodes.

49. retroaortic

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50. The tips of the renal papillae drain urine into the __________ of the kidneys.

50. minor calyces

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51. The left testicular vein is typically a direct branch of the __________.

51. left renal vein

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52. The left ureter typically passes directly __________(position) to the common iliac vein.

52. anterior

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53.The __________ forms the inferior border of the deep space or urogenital diaphragm.

53. perineal membrane

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54. The left inferior suprarenal artery is typically a direct branch of the__________.

54. left renal artery

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55. The crura of the penis are attached to the__________ of the bony pelvis.

55. ischiopubic ramus

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56. The lymphatics of the testes drain directly into the __________ nodes.

56. lateral aortic

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57. The external anal sphinchter is innervated in part by the __________ nerve, a branch of the pudendal nerve.

57. inferior rectal

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58. The __________, cremasteric and deferent arteries are all located in part within the spermatic cord.

58. testicular

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59. The anterior recess of the __________ is positioned between the urogenital and pelvic diaphragms.

59. ischiorectal fossa

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60. The rectouterine pouch is positioned directly __________ to the posterior fornix of the vagina.

60. posterior

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61. Adjacent to the cervix, the uterine artery typically anastomses with branches of the __________ artery.

61. vaginal

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62. The __________ fascia is continuous with the fascia of the external oblique muscle.

62. external spermatic

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63. The __________ orifice and the orifices of the ureters are positioned at the angles of the trigone of the bladder.

63. internal urethral

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64. In the female, the superficial transverse perineus muscle extends from the ischial tuberosity to the __________.

64. perineal body (central tendon)

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65. During an episiotomy it may be necessary to block multiple nerves because the female perineum receives its sensory innervation from branches of the genitofemoral, ilioinguinal,__________and posterior femoral cutaneous nerves.

65. pudendal

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66. The levator ani muscle attaches in part to the tendinous arch, a thickening of the fascia of the __________ muscle.

66. obturator internus

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67. The sphincter urethrae and__________ muscles are both positioned in the deep perineal space.

67. deep transverse perineus

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3. The _________ (glandular tissue) of the mammary gland is located within the __________(layer) of the anterior chest wall overlying the __________ and __________ muscles.

paranchyma, serratus anterior, pectoralis major

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9. The inferior tracheobronchial lymph nodes are located directly inferior to the _______.

carina

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These tissues are dervied from the dorsal mesentary:

gastrosplenic, splenorenal, gastrocolic ligaments  and the greater omentum

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1. The __________ is a remnant of the fetal __________, an arterial shunt between the pulmonary trunk and aortic arch .

1. ligamentum arteriosum, ductus arteriosus