The superior edge of the sternum which can be palpated is the A linea alba B

The superior edge of the sternum which can be

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15) The superior edge of the sternum, which can be palpated, is theA) linea alba.B) manubrium.C) costal cartilage.D) xiphoid process.E) body of the sternum.Answer: BSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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16) The largest anterior trunk muscle is theCSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge17) The two vertical bony ridges on the upper back are theBSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge18) The oblique line separating the abdomen and the lower limb is the location of (the)ASection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge19) The currently fashionable "low rise" jeans may expose (the) A) anterior superior iliac spine.B) inguinal ligament.C) inguinal canal.D) posterior superior iliac spine.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: ESection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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20) Clinically, one of the most important structures located in the cubital fossa is (the)BSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge21) On the lateral surface of the wrist, at the base of the thumb, the readily palpated "bump" is theBSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge22) The area below the shoulder is (the)CSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge23) If venipuncture is performed improperly, the ________ is most likely to be damaged.A) radial arteryB) tendon of the biceps brachiiC) brachioradialisD) anconeusE) flexor carpi radialisAnswer: BSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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