The parietal peritoneum receives sensory innervation by A sympathetic nerves B

The parietal peritoneum receives sensory innervation

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13.The parietal peritoneum receives sensory innervation by A.sympathetic nerves B.parasympathetic nerves C.the pudendal nerve D.the dorsal primary rami of spinal nerves E.the phrenic nerve 14.The esophagus 15.Which of the following arteries does NOThave a branch that supplies the stomach? 16.A radiologist injects a dye that can be visualized on an x-ray into the hepatopancreatic ampulla. Which of the following structures could be seen on a subsequent x-ray? 17.This part of the GI tract has a mesentery and is located in the true pelvis. A.Ascending colon B.Jejunum C.Sigmoid colon D.Descending colon E.Duodenum
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2019 Page 5 *** It is unlawful to reproduce (hand copy, photocopy, photograph, scan, etc.), post electronically, or otherwise distribute this exam, or any part of this exam, without the expressed written permission of the author/editor: Douglas S. Gross, MD, PhD 18.You suspect appendicitis in a patient whose abdominal pain is maximal at McBurney’s point, which is 19.Deoxygenated blood 20.Portal hypertension (increased blood pressure in the hepatic portal vein) can cause enlargement of all of the following venous plexuses EXCEPTthe 21.To remove a patient’s gall bladder but still allow bile to get from the liver into the duodenum, which duct should be cut and tied off? A.Bile duct B.Common hepatic duct C.Cystic duct D.Pancreatic duct E.Hepatopancreatic ampulla
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