ANAT 1502 Body Cavities, Mesentaries, and the Diaphragm (Practice Questions)

ANAT 1502 Body Cavities, Mesentaries, and the Diaphragm (Practice Questions)

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COURSES > EMBRYOLOGY > TAKE ASSESSMENT BODY CAVITIES, MESENTARIES, DIAPHRAGM Take Assessment Body Cavities, Mesentaries, Diaphragm Name: Body Cavities, Mesentaries, Diaphragm Instructions: Multiple Attempts: This Test allows multiple attempts. Force Completion: This Test can be saved and resumed later. Question 1 Multiple Choice 0 points Failure of closure of the cranial end of a pericardioperitoneal canal results in communication between the pleural cavity on the affected side and the peritoneal cavity pericardial cavity abdominopelvic cavity other pleural cavity pelvic cavity Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 points In the 5 week embryo, the ventral mesentary of the primordial gut persists where it is attached to the primordial pharynx embryonic part of the yolk stalk caudal region of the hindgut caudal region of the foregut cranial region of the midgut Question 3 Multiple Choice 0 points A congenital diaphragmatic hernia was diagnosed prenatally by ultrasonography. Which of the following structures was probably
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ANAT 1502 Body Cavities, Mesentaries, and the Diaphragm (Practice Questions)

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