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19.The bile duct passes through what organ to reach the second part of the duodenum? A.Liver B.Stomach C.Gall bladder D.Spleen E.Pancreas 20.This branch of the lumbar plexus passes deep to the inguinal ligament to enter the anterior compartment of the thigh. 21.The infraorbital foramen is in the
Page 722.Which cranial nerve passes through, but does not innervate, the parotid gland? 23.You are very nervous taking this exam, and your blood pressure rises. This is detected by the carotid sinus, which then initiates a reflex to decrease your heart rate. Which two cranial nerves are involved in this reflex? A.VII and IX B.VII and X C.V and X D.IX and X E.V and IX 24.Which of the following bones does NOTcontain a paranasal sinus? 25.The auditory tube interconnects the ______________ and the ______________. 26.A patient with Bell’s palsy due to damage to cranial nerve VII would have the greatest
Page 827.The palatopharyngeus, stylopharyngeus and salpingopharyngeus muscles A.Are all innervated by CN X B.Are all innervated by CN IX C.All originate in the soft palate D.Are all part of the upper esophageal sphincter E.Are all longitudinal muscles of the pharynx Questions 28-30 refer to the diagram of the triangles of the neck below. Choose the letter that
best corresponds to the location of the structure or clinical condition. 28.During CPR, you need to find the pulse of the distal part of the common carotid artery 29.A patient has poor arterial blood flow to the upper limb due to compression of the subclavian artery between the anterior and middle scalene muscles. 30.A gland located here has a duct that empties at the base of the frenulum of the tongue.
Page 931.The vocal ligament is attached to which two cartilages? 32.
After winning Anatomy Jeopardy, you are dining at Cattlemen’s. A man at the next table chokes on a piece of steak. A Heimlich maneuver fails, and to save his life, you must make an emergency opening into his airway below the vocal folds. The best place to do this is