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9.Which of the following muscles is innervated by the median nerve? A.Palmar interosseous B.Dorsal interosseous C.Opponens pollicis D.Opponens digiti minimi E.Adductor pollicis
CHA 101 Final Exam W’2014 Page 310.The pudendal nerve 11.The bulb of the penis 12.Identify the superior articular process. 13.Which of the following is important for increasing thoracic volume during inspiration? 14.An inhaled foreign object is most likely to travel into or through the right mainstem bronchus because A.it arises from the trachea several inches superior to the left mainstem bronchus B.it is more directly in line with the trachea than the left mainstem bronchus C.it is smaller in diameter than the left mainstem bronchus D.it is less compressed by the azygos vein than the left mainstem bronchus E.the left mainstem bronchus arises from the trachea superior to the vocal folds
CHA 101 Final Exam W’2014 Page 415.In the fetus, the ductus arteriosus passes between the _____ and the _____. 16.Identify this artery. 17.An aneurysm (pathological dilation) of the descending aorta could be seen on a CT scan as a mass in the _____ mediastinum. 18.Which one of the following structures does not normally pass through both the superficial and deep inguinal rings in a male? A.Testicle B.Ductus deferens C.Testicular artery D.Inferior epigastric artery E.Autonomic nerves
CHA 101 Final Exam W’2014 Page 519.The majority of arterial blood to the stomach comes from branches of the 20.Which one of the following structures opens directly into the second part of the duodenum?