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23.Which of the following is NOTa common site for kidney stones to become stuck? A.Ureteropelvic junction B.Pelvic brim C.Renal pelvis D.Region of the ureter passing through the bladder wall 24.Which of the following statements regarding the adrenal glands is CORRECT?
Page 8Questions 25-29 refer to the picture of the skull base below.Choose the labeled foramen that transmits the cranial nerve most likely involved in the clinical scenarios described in Questions 25-29. Each lettered answer may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
Page 925.The posterior third of the tongue is numb. 26.A patient has trouble keeping his balance. 27.A patient has difficulty sensing how tightly he is clenching his teeth. 28.A patient’s smile is not symmetric. 29.A patient’s tongue deviates toward the left when she protrudes it. 30.The suture indicated by the arrows is the _________ suture. It separates the ___________ bone from the parietal bones.
Page 1031.The corneal blink reflex requires sensory input via ______ and motor output via ______. 32.The superior alveolar nerves that supply the maxillary teeth are branches of: A.CN V1B.CN V2C.CN V3D.CN VII E.CN IX 33.The zygomatic arch is formed by the zygomatic and ________ bones. 34.The nasal conchae are attached to the ____________ of the nasal cavity. 35.During surgery to remove a pituitary tumor, the neurosurgeon approaches the pituitary through the __________ sinus, which is located immediately inferior to the sella turcica.