2007 Midterm II - A 101 M H C ID MII R E T Winter Quarter PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS prior to beginning the test 1 DO NOT begin until instructed to

2007 Midterm II - A 101 M H C ID MII R E T Winter Quarter...

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CHA101MIDTERMIIWinter Quarter February 26, 2007 PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS priorto beginning the test. 1.DO NOTbegin until instructed to do so. 2.You will have 50 minutesto complete this exam. Do NOTleave your seat until the endof the exam period. At that time, all exams must be turned in by passing them toward the aisle to be collected by a TA. Exams submitted after that time WILL NOTbe accepted. 3.Read all questions carefully. No questions concerning the content of the exam will be answered during the exam period. A “gripe sheet” has been attached at the end of the exam if you believe a question is vague or ambiguous. However, if you find a mistake on the exam, please bring it to the attention of an instructor or TA and an announcement will be made to the entire class. 4.PRINT YOUR NAME CLEARLYon the scantron form. Put your UC Davis student ID number in the ID box.GODLUCK!
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Page 21.A concerned mother of an 18-month old infant comes to her pediatrician worried about a hard mass she felt in the lateral abdominal wall. The pediatrician reassures her that this is simply the tip of a floating rib. Which ribs are “floating ribs”?2.Which of the following statements regarding the pleura is INCORRECT? 3.Which of the following bronchial segments is correctly paired with the region of the lung it supplies? 4.Which of the following statements regarding the clinical condition of pericarditisis INCORRECT? A.It involves inflammation of one of the membranes lining the pericardial cavity B.It can result in accumulation of fluid between the visceral and parietal layers of the serous pericardium C.Excess pericardial fluid can be removed by inserting a needle into the space between the fibrous pericardium and the parietal layer of the serous pericardium D.It can result in sharp pain because the pericardium is innervated by a somatic nerve, the phrenic nerve. E.It can be serious
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