The lesser sac of the peritoneal cavity A is anterior to the stomach B

The lesser sac of the peritoneal cavity a is anterior

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13.The lesser sac of the peritoneal cavity A.is anterior to the stomach B.communicates with the greater sac via the omental foramen C.is often the site of a direct inguinal hernia D.contains the small intestine E.suspends the small intestine in the greater sac 14.Which of the following organs is NOTretroperitoneal
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2014 Page 4 15.In the clinical condition pictured below 16.Which of the following structures does NOTcommunicate directly with the cecum? 17.Which of the following arteries is the most importantartery supplying the jejunum? A.Splenic artery B.Celiac trunk C.Ileocolic artery D.Inferior mesenteric artery E. Superior mesenteric artery
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2014 Page 5 18.Complete obstruction at which point(s) will prevent ALLbile from getting into the small intestine? 19.At the porta hepatis in the adult 20.Digestive products absorbed from the descending colon normally follow which of the following sequences as they pass into, through and out of the liver?
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CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2014 Page 6 21.Which of the following statements about the pancreas is CORRECT? A.The head of the pancreas is closely related to the second and third parts of the duodenum B.It is a peritoneal organ suspended by a mesentery C.Most of its arterial blood comes from the inferior mesenteric artery D.Its tail typically is in contact with the right kidney E.It synthesizes bile, which helps digest fat
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