The drains directly into the inferior meatus A subarachnoid space B maxillary

The drains directly into the inferior meatus a

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25.The _____ drains directly into the inferior meatus. A.subarachnoid space B.maxillary sinus C.frontal sinus D.nasolacrimal duct E.parotid duct 26.In Clinical Case 2, Mrs. Smith had a pulmonary embolism. The immediateresult was a reduced flow of _____ through a branch of a _____.
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2015 Page 9 of 17 27.A patient has an injury cutting this nerve at the location indicated by the arrow. He will most likely 28.A patient has an extra rib articulating with the C7 vertebra. This compresses the space between the anterior and middle scalene muscles. Of the following, which is the most likely consequence of this narrowing? 29.A patient has her thyroid gland removed due to thyroid cancer, damaging a nerve located near the posterior aspect of the gland. Postoperatively, which of the following is the most likely result? A.Ptosis B.Loss of taste sensation on the anterior 2/3 of the tongue C.Loss of taste sensation on the posterior 1/3 of the tongue D.Inability to raise the pitch of the voice due to paralysis of the cricothyroid muscle E.Change in her voice due to weakness of several intrinsic muscles of the larynx
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2015 Page 10 of 17 DIRECTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 30-32:From the list below, choose the structure located within the indicated region. Each answer may be used once, more than once, or not at all. A. Palatopharyngeus muscle B. Laryngeal ventricle C. Pharyngeal tonsil D. Piriform recess E. Lower esophageal sphincter 30. Nasopharynx 31. Oropharynx 32. Laryngopharynx 33.Where are the parathyroid glands? 34.Movement at the cricothyroid joint can
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