Using a stethoscope the closure of the aortic valve A cannot be heard because

Using a stethoscope the closure of the aortic valve a

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6.Using a stethoscope, the closure of the aortic valve A.cannot be heard because the valve lies posterior to the sternum B.is heard best directly over the sternal angle C.is heard best in the left fifth intercostal space near the midclavicular line D.is heard best in the right second intercostal space near the sternum E.is heard best in the left second intercostal space near the sternum 7.Where is the SA node? 8.To obtain highly detailed images of the left atrium, an ultrasound probe is sometimes placed in the esophagus. This is because the esophagus 9.The phrenic nerve COPYRIGHT - DO NOT DUPLICATE, SHARE/DISTRIBUTE/POST
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2016 Page 310.The external abdominal oblique muscle 11.A direct inguinal hernia A.usually passes through the deep inguinal ring B.usually occurs when the processus vaginalis does not close C.protrudes medial to the inferior epigastric artery D.All of the above E.None of the above 12.In an adult male, what is normally between the deep and superficial inguinal rings? 13.Which of the following organs is retroperitoneal? 14.The left gastroepiploic artery 15.What opens into the first part of the duodenum? A.The stomach B.The greater duodenal papilla C.The jejunum D.The bile duct E.The pancreatic duct COPYRIGHT - DO NOT DUPLICATE, SHARE/DISTRIBUTE/POST
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2016 Page 416.The black arrow is passing
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