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What does the larynx connect?

The lower part of the pharynx to the trachea
Pg 50

1

How long is the larynx and between what cervical vertebrae does it lie?

5 cm between cervical vertebrae three and cervical vertebrae six
Pg50

2

Be able to label the septal wall of the heart and the semi lunar valves

Fucking draw it out

3

What is the auscultation point of the tricuspid valve?

Most audible over the left fifth intercostal space at its border with the sternum
Pg 83

4

What is the auscultation point of the mitral valve?

Most audible over the left fifth intercostal space at the midclavicular line
Pg 82

5

What is the auscultation point of the aortic valve?

Most audible over right second intercostal space
Pg 82

6

What is the auscultation point of the pulmonary valve?

Most audible over the left second intercostal space
Pg 82

7

In the aspiration of foreign objects, What is the last place in the tracheobronchial tree where the cough reflex will be mechanically initiated?

The carina
Pg 70

8

In pleuritis, pain is often referred to the shoulder via what nerve?

Phrenic
Pg 68

9

What is the deep cervical lymph node found near the posterior belly of the digastric?

Jugulodigastric
Pg 57

10

What is the sequence of the conducting impulse as it travels through the structures of the heart?

Sinuatrial node
Atrial Wall
Atrioventricular node
Atrioventricular bundle
Left and right crura
Pg 91

11

What is the dilation at the beginning of the thoracic duct?

Cisterna chyli
Pg 95

12

Beginning with the inferior vena cava, list in order the vessels and/or heart chambers which a pulmonary embolus would travel through on its way to the lung?

Inferior vena cava -> right atrium -> right ventricle -> pulmonary trunks -> pulmonary arteries -> lung
Pg 83

13

What is the name of the variation in which the posterior interventricular artery is given off by the left coronary artery (or one of its branches)?

Left coronary dominance
Pg 88

14

The elevation of the ribs in the bucket handle movement is due to the contraction of what muscles?

External intercostal muscles
Pg 78

15

What is the innervation of the cricothyroid muscle?

External laryngeal nerve
Pg 56/53

16

A large atrial septal defect is likely to cause enlargement of what?

pulmonary trunk
right atrium
right ventricle
Pg 84

17

The thyroarytenoid muscle alters the pitch of the voice in what way?

It lowers the pitch
Pg 54

18

What movement increases the vertical diameter of the thorax?

Piston movement
Pg 78

19

What movement increases the transverse diameter of the thorax?

Bucket handle movement
Pg 78

20

Where does thoracocentesis take place?

At intercostal space 9 in the costodiaphragmatic recess, during expiration
Pg 67

21

The posterior intercostal vein passes between what two muscles?

passes between the internal and innermost intercostal muscles

22

The rima glottidis is narrow and wedge-shaped during what?

Phonation

23

The rima glottidis is wide during what?

Inspiration

24

What is the suprapleural membrane?

A thickening of the endothoracic fascia which overlies the apex of the lung

25

Severe damage to the conducting system of the heart would be caused by a myocardial infarction of what artery?

Anterior interventricular

26

What chamber(s) form the apex of the heart?

Left ventricle (all or mostly)

27

Where does the left subcostal vein drain into?

Hemiazygos

28

What structure is the most vulnerable to compression during cardiac tamponade?

Superior vena cava

29

What pleura does the bronchial artery supply?

Visceral pleura