Fortunately he survives without much loss of cardiac function His cardiologist

Fortunately he survives without much loss of cardiac

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Fortunately, he survives without much loss of cardiac function. His cardiologist is amazed at his recovery and says he must be one of the rare people with at least some collateral circulation in his heart. Which is the specific vessel most likely directly anastomosing with his anterior interventricular artery? A.Circumflex artery B.Posterior interventricular artery C.Right coronary artery D.Marginal artery E.Coronary sinus 7.Which of the following structures is found in both the superior mediastinum and the inferior mediastinum? 8.A one-year old infant swallows a penny. A subsequent X-ray identifies it just above the diaphragm. It is most likelyin the: 9.You are looking at a CT scan taken in a horizontal plane through the posterior mediastinum, trying to figure out which round thing is which. You remember that in order, from the patient’s right to left, you should see the:
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Page 410.Identify the opening indicated by the arrow. A.Deep inguinal ring B.Superficial inguinal ring C.Obturator foramen D.Foramen ovale E.Gubernaculum 11.Which of the following statements regarding the ductus deferens is NOTcorrect? 12.The inguinal ligament: 13.What is directly posterior to the stomach?
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Page 514.Which of the following statements is CORRECT? A.The esophagus is found in the superior mediastinum, the inferior mediastinum and the abdomen B.The gastroesophageal junction is where the esophagus joins the pyloric region of the stomach C.The greater curvature of the stomach is usually located to the right of the ascending colon D.Duodenal ulcers are most common in the ascending, or fourth, part of the duodenum E.The left gastric artery supplies the greater curvature of the stomach 15.A two-week old infant has severe persistent vomiting. His pediatrician performs an abdominal
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  • Spring '08
  • Dr.Gross
  • inferior vena cava, Superior vena cava, Veins of the torso, Pleural cavity

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