A 2-year-old boy comes into the UCDMC Pediatric Emergency room saying he swallowed a penny. Radiology calls and says the penny is in the thorax. You jump up and correctly tell the confused-looking intern that A.it could be stuck where the esophagus is narrowed at the esophageal hiatus in the diaphragm B.it could be stuck where the esophagus is compressed by the arch of the aorta C.A lateral x-ray will show the penny posterior to the trachea D.All of the above E.Only B and C are correct
CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2015 Page 310.The deep inguinal ring is 11.Which of the following structures is NOTnormally present in the adult spermatic cord? 12.When the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall contract, 13.The transverse mesocolon A.is part of the greater omentum B.is composed of four layers of peritoneum C.extends from the posterior abdominal wall to the transverse colon D.prevents movement of the transverse colon E.has an opening called the omental foramen 14.Your doctor tells you that you have a gallstone, but she thinks it might pass by itself. What is the correct sequenceof structures it would have to pass through in order to travel from the gall bladder into the duodenum?
CHA 101 Midterm II Exam W’2015 Page 415.The peritoneum that lines the inferior surface of the diaphragm 16.The lower esophageal sphincter 17.Which of the following normally carries enzymes important for the digestion of carbohydrates?
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