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The LIGAMENTUM ARTERIOSUM is a remnant of the fetal DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS, an arterial shunt between the _____and ______

PULMONARY TRUNK
AORTIC ARCH

2

The _________ drains into the CORONARY SINUS, whereas the ANTERIOR CARDIAC VEINS and the ______ drain into the RIGHT ATRIUM.

MIDDLE CARDIAC VEIN

VENAE CORDIS MINIMAE

3

The _______ (glandular tissue) of the MAMMARY GLAND is located within the _________ (layer) of the anterior chest wall overlying the_______ and PECTORALIS MAJOR muscles.

PARANCHYMA

SUPERFICIAL FASCIA

SERRATUS ANTERIOIR

4

The ____ and _______ layers of the PLEURA are continuous at the ROOT of the LUNG.

PARIETAL

VISCERAL

5

The LEFT, QUADRATE, and CAUDATE lobes of the liver typically receive their primary _____ blood supply from branches of the _____ ARTERY.

ARTERIAL

LEFT HEPATIC

6

The _______ is formed by the union of the VAS DEFERENS and SEMINAL VESICLE, and drains directly into the ______ (SINUS).

EJACTULATORY DUCT

PROSTATIC URETHRA

7

The SUPERIOR _____ is one of the terminal branches of the INTERNAL THORACIC artery.

EPIGASTRIC ARTERY

8

The INFERIOR TRACHEOBRONCHIAL lymph nodes are located directly ______ to the CARINA.

INFERIOR

9

The _______ is typically a direct tributary of the LEFT BRACHIOCEPHALIC VEIN.

LEFT SUPERIOR INTERCOSTAL VEIN

10

The PROPER HEPATIC ARTERY, COMMON BILE DUCT, and HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN are all suspended within the _________.

HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENT

11

The PROPER HEPATIC ARTERY, ________, and HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN are all suspended within the HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENT.

COMMON BILE DUCT

12

The SUPERIOR MEDIASTINUM (thoracic space) extends from the_____ to a plane extending from the INFERIOR BORDER OF VERTEBRA T4 TO THE ______.

THORACIC INLET

STERNAL ANGLE

13

In infants, the THYMUS (a visceral structure) typically extends into the ________

ANTERIOR MEDIASTINUM

14

The THORACIC DUCT, a lymphatic vessel, begins at the _______ and empties into the venous system at the junction of the LEFT SUBCLAVIAN AND _______.

CISTERNA CHYLI

INTERNAL JUGULAR VEINS

15

The THORACIC duct traverses the ______ by passing through the AORTIC HIATUS.

DIAPHRAGM

16

The AZYGOS vein is formed by the union of the RIGHT ASCENDING LUMBAR,_______, and RIGHT SUBCOSTAL VEINS.

RIGHT LUMBAR AZYGOS

17

The AZYGOS vein is formed by the union of the _______, RIGHT LUMBAR AZYGOS, and _______.

RIGHT ASCENDING LUMBAR

RIGHT SUBCOSTAL VEINS

18

The ________ typically receives its blood supply from branches of the VAGINAL (female inferior vesicle), OVARIAN and UTERINE arteries.

UTERUS

19

In its course through the mediastinum, the ESOPHAGUS is typically constricted _______ by the ARCH OF THE AORTA and the LEFT MAIN BRONCHUS.

ANTERIORLY

20

In its course through the mediastinum, the ESOPHAGUS is typically constricted ANTERIORLY by the ________ and the _________

ARCH OF THE AORTA

LEFT MAIN BRONCHUS.

21

The __________, positioned between the BIFURCATION OF THE TRACHEA and the ARCH OF THE AORTA, receives ______ axons from the VAGUS nerves.

CARDIAC PLEXUS

PARASYMPATHETIC

22

The _______ INTERVENTRICULAR ARTERY is typically a direct branch of the RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY.

POSTERIOR

23

The GREATER SPLANCHNIC nerves typically traverses the ______ by piercing or passing through the CRURA.

DIAPHRAGM

24

The GREATER SPLANCHNIC nerves typically traverses the DIAPHRAGM by piercing or passing through the ______.

CRURA

25

In the ______, the SMALL CARDIAC VEIN is positioned adjacent to the RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY.

CORONARY SULCUS

26

In the CORONARY SULCUS, the SMALL CARDIAC VEIN is positioned adjacent to the __________.

RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY

27

The TRABECULAE CARNAE are irregular columns of muscle in the wall of the ________.

RIGHT VENTRICLE

28

_________are positioned LATERAL to the INFERIOR EPIGASTRIC ARTERY.

INDIRECT INGUINAL HERNIAS

29

INDIRECT INGUINAL HERNIAS are positioned _________ to the INFERIOR EPIGASTRIC ARTERY.

LATERAL

30

The EFFERENT DUCTULES connect the _______ with the HEAD OF THE EPIDIDYMIS.

RETE TESTIS

31

The EFFERENT DUCTULES connect the RETE TESTIS with the _________

HEAD OF THE EPIDIDYMIS.

32

At the _________, the floor of the INGUINAL CANAL is formed by the LACUNAR LIGAMENT.

SUPERFICIAL RING

33

At the SUPERFICIAL RING, the floor of the ______is formed by the LACUNAR LIGAMENT.

INGUINAL CANAL

34

The _______ MUSCLE is innervated by a branch of the GENITOFEMORAL nerve.

CREMASTER

35

The lower portion of the ________ typically receives its blood supply from branches of the LEFT GASTRIC artery

ESOPHAGUS

36

An important _________occurs at the distal end of the RECTUM where tributaries of the SUPERIOR RECTAL VEIN anastomosis with tributaries of the MIDDLE RECTAL vein.

PORTAL-SYSTEMIC (CAVAL) SHUNT

37

An important PORTAL-SYSTEMIC (CAVAL) SHUNT occurs at the distal end of the RECTUM where tributaries of the ________ anastomosis with tributaries of the MIDDLE RECTAL vein.

SUPERIOR RECTAL VEIN

38

An important PORTAL-SYSTEMIC (CAVAL) SHUNT occurs at the distal end of the ______ where tributaries of the SUPERIOR RECTAL VEIN anastomosis with tributaries of the MIDDLE RECTAL vein.

RECTUM (Ha)

39

A ________ includes a branch of the HEPATIC ARTERY, BILE DUCT, and HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN.

HEPATIC TRIAD

40

A HEPATIC TRIAD includes a branch of the HEPATIC ARTERY, ______, and HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN.

BILE DUCT

41

A HEPATIC TRIAD includes a branch of the, BILE DUCT, and HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN.

HEPATIC ARTERY

42

In fetal life, the _______ shunts placental blood from the UMBILICAL VEIN to the
INFERIOR VENA CAVA.

DUCTUS VENOSUS

43

In fetal life, the DUCTUS VENOSUS shunts placental blood from the ________ to the
INFERIOR VENA CAVA.

UMBILICAL VEIN

44

The _________ includes the FALCIFORM, HEPATOGASTRIC and HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENTS.

VENTRAL MESENTERY

45

. The VENTRAL MESENTERY includes the FALCIFORM, HEPATOGASTRIC and _________ LIGAMENTS.

HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENTS

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. The VENTRAL MESENTERY includes the _______, HEPATOGASTRIC and HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENTS.

FALCIFORM

47

. The VENTRAL MESENTERY includes the FALCIFORM, ________ and HEPATODUODENAL LIGAMENTS.

HEPATOGASTRIC

48

The _______ is typically positioned adjacent to the DIAPHRAGM, PSOAS MAJOR, TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS, and QUADRATUS LUMBORUM muscles.

LEFT KIDNEY

49

The LEFT KIDNEY is typically positioned adjacent to the DIAPHRAGM, PSOAS MAJOR, TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS, and __________ muscles.

QUADRATUS LUMBORUM

50

The LEFT KIDNEY is typically positioned adjacent to the ______, PSOAS MAJOR, TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS, and QUADRATUS LUMBORUM muscles.

DIAPHRAGM

51

The LEFT KIDNEY is typically positioned adjacent to the DIAPHRAGM,________ , TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS, and QUADRATUS LUMBORUM muscles.

PSOAS MAJOR

52

The tail of the PANCREAS is positioned between the layers of the __________
(a peritoneal fold).

LIENORENAL LIGAMENT

53

The ________ is positioned directly POSTERIOR to the HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN.

OMENTAL FORAMEN

54

The OMENTAL FORAMEN is positioned directly _________to the HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN.

POSTERIOR

55

The _________ is a peritoneal fold surrounding the INFERIOR EPIGASTRIC ARTERY.

LATERAL UMBILICAL LIGAMENT

56

The _____ is positioned in part between the layers of the LIENORENAL LIGAMENT.

SPLENIC ARTERY

57

The peripheral aspect of the PLEURA overlying the _____surface of the DIAPHRAGM receives its SENSORY innervation from the INTERCOSTAL NERVES.

SUPERIOR

58

The peripheral aspect of the PLEURA overlying the SUPERIOR surface of the DIAPHRAGM receives its SENSORY innervation from the _________.

INTERCOSTAL NERVES

59

The peripheral aspect of the PLEURA overlying the SUPERIOR surface of the ________ receives its SENSORY innervation from the INTERCOSTAL NERVES.

DIAPHRAGM

60

The _______receives its SENSORY innervation from the DORSAL NERVE OF THE PENIS, one of the terminal branches of the PUDENDAL NERVE.

GLANS OF THE PENIS

61

The GLANS OF THE PENIS receives its SENSORY innervation from the _________, one of the terminal branches of the PUDENDAL NERVE.

DORSAL NERVE OF THE PENIS

62

The ______ segments of the DUODENUM are all RETROPERITONEAL structures.

2ND – 4TH

63

The 2ND – 4TH segments of the DUODENUM are all _________ structures.

RETROPERITONEAL

64

The _________ surface of the SPLEEN is in contact with the PERITONEUM covering the INFERIOR surface of the DIAPHRAGM.

CONVEX

65

The CONVEX surface of the ______ is in contact with the PERITONEUM covering the INFERIOR surface of the DIAPHRAGM.

SPLEEN

66

The CONVEX surface of the SPLEEN is in contact with the PERITONEUM covering the _________ surface of the DIAPHRAGM.

INFERIOR

67

The CONVEX surface of the SPLEEN is in contact with the _________ covering the INFERIOR surface of the DIAPHRAGM.

PERITONEUM

68

The _________ are typically branches of the INFERIOR MESENTERIC artery.

SIGMOID ARTERIES

69

The BULBOSPONGIOSUS MUSCLE and the EXTERNAL ANAL SPHINCHTER both attach in part to the ________.

PERINEAL BODY

70

The ________ and the EXTERNAL ANAL SPHINCHTER both attach in part to the PERINEAL BODY.

BULBOSPONGIOSUS MUSCLE

71

The lymphatics of the __________ typically drain directly into the
RETROAORTIC lymph nodes.

POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL

72

The tips of the _________ drain urine into the MINOR CALYCES of the kidneys.

RENAL PAPILLAE

73

The __________ is typically a direct branch of the LEFT RENAL VEIN.

LEFT TESTICULAR VEIN

74

The PERINEAL MEMBRANE forms the INFERIOR border of the DEEP SPACE OR POUCH of the _______

PERINEUM

75

The PERINEAL MEMBRANE forms the INFERIOR border of the _________ of the PERINEUM

DEEP SPACE OR POUCH

76

The ___________ is typically a direct branch of the LEFT RENAL ARTERY.

LEFT INFERIOR SUPRARENAL ARTERY

77

The _______ are attached to the ISCHIOPUBIC RAMI of the bony pelvis.

CRURA OF THE PENIS

78

The lymphatics of the ______ drain directly into the LATERAL AORTIC nodes.

TESTES

79

The _________ is innervated by the INFERIOR RECTAL nerve, a branch of the PUDENDAL NERVE.

EXTERNAL ANAL SPHINCHTER

80

The EXTERNAL ANAL SPHINCHTER is innervated by the INFERIOR RECTAL nerve, a branch of the ________

PUDENDAL NERVE.

81

The TESTICULAR, CREMASTERIC, and DEFERENT ARTERIES are all located in part within the _________.

SPERMATIC CORD

82

The TESTICULAR, CREMASTERIC, and __________ are all located in part within the SPERMATIC CORD.

DEFERENT ARTERIES

83

The TESTICULAR, ________, and DEFERENT ARTERIES are all located in part within the SPERMATIC CORD.

CREMASTERIC

84

The ________ of the ISCHIORECTAL FOSSA is positioned between the DEEP TRANSVERSE PERINEUS MUSCLE and the PELVIC DIAPHRAGMS.

ANTERIOR RECESS

85

The ANTERIOR RECESS of the ISCHIORECTAL FOSSA is positioned between the DEEP TRANSVERSE PERINEUS MUSCLE and the__________

PELVIC DIAPHRAGMS.

86

The ANTERIOR RECESS of the ISCHIORECTAL FOSSA is positioned between the________ and the PELVIC DIAPHRAGMS.

DEEP TRANSVERSE PERINEUS MUSCLE

87

Adjacent to the CERVIX, the ________typically anastomses with branches of the VAGINAL artery.

UTERINE ARTERY

88

Adjacent to the ______, the UTERINE ARTERY typically anastomses with branches of the VAGINAL artery.

CERVIX

89

The EXTERNAL SPERMATIC fascia is continuous with the fascia of the _______.

EXTERNAL OBLIQUE MUSCLE

90

The INTERNAL UREHTRAL ORIFICE and the ORIFICES OF THE URETERS are positioned at the angles of the ________.

TRIGONE OF THE BLADDER

91

The INTERNAL UREHTRAL ORIFICE and the _______ are positioned at the angles of the TRIGONE OF THE BLADDER.

ORIFICES OF THE URETERS

92

In the female, the ______ muscle extends from the ISCHIAL TUBEROSITY to the PERINEAL BODY (CENTRAL TENDON).

SUPERFICIAL TRANSVERSE PERINEUS

93

In the female, the SUPERFICIAL TRANSVERSE PERINEUS muscle extends from the _______ to the PERINEAL BODY (CENTRAL TENDON).

ISCHIAL TUBEROSITY

94

During an ______ it may be necessary to block multiple nerves because the female PERINEUM receives its sensory innervation from branches of the GENITOFEMORAL, ILIOINGUINAL, PUDENDAL, and POSTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVES.

EPISIOTOMY

95

During an EPISIOTOMY it may be necessary to block multiple nerves because the female _____ receives its sensory innervation from branches of the GENITOFEMORAL, ILIOINGUINAL, PUDENDAL, and POSTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVES.

PERINEUM

96

During an EPISIOTOMY it may be necessary to block multiple nerves because the female PERINEUM receives its sensory innervation from branches of the _______, ILIOINGUINAL, PUDENDAL, and __________.

GENITOFEMORAL

POSTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVES

97

The _______ MUSCLE attaches in part to the TENDINOUS ARCH, a thickening of the fascia of the OBTURATOR INTERNUS muscle.

LEVATOR ANI

98

The LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE attaches in part to the _______, a thickening of the fascia of the OBTURATOR INTERNUS muscle.

TENDINOUS ARCH

99

The _______and DEEP TRANSVERSE PERINEUS muscles are both positioned in the DEEP PERINEAL SPACE.

SPHINCTER URETHRAE

100

The SPHINCTER URETHRAE and DEEP TRANSVERSE PERINEUS muscles are both positioned in the ________

DEEP PERINEAL SPACE