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  • Question 1 - The broad ligament contains which of the following structures? ...

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    • The broad ligament contains which of the following structures?

      Your Answer: Uterine artery

      Explanation:

      The contents of the broad ligament:
      Fallopian tubes
      Ovarian artery
      Uterine artery
      Ovarian ligament
      Round ligament of uterus

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 2 - Regarding the pubic symphysis, what type of joint is it ...

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    • Regarding the pubic symphysis, what type of joint is it

      Your Answer: Primary Cartilaginous

      Correct Answer: Secondary Cartilaginous

      Explanation:

      The pubic symphysis is a cartilaginous joint. The cartilaginous joints are divided further into primary and secondary joints. The primary joint is called the synchondrosis. It articulates with the pubis of the other side.

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  • Question 3 - The external anal sphincter is innervated by which nerves? ...

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    • The external anal sphincter is innervated by which nerves?

      Your Answer: Inferior rectal

      Explanation:

      The external anal sphincter is innervated by the inferior rectal branch of the pudendal nerve (S2-4) while the internal anal sphincter is innervated by autonomic nerves.

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 4 - The ascending colon drains into the superior mesenteric vein (SMV). What vein does...

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    • The ascending colon drains into the superior mesenteric vein (SMV). What vein does the SMV drain into?

      Your Answer: Hepatic portal vein

      Explanation:

      The superior mesenteric vein joins the splenic vein to form the hepatic portal vein.

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 5 - The median umbilical ligament is a remnant of what structure? ...

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    • The median umbilical ligament is a remnant of what structure?

      Your Answer: Urachus

      Explanation:

      MEDIAL umbilical ligament = remnant fetal umbilical arteries
      MEDIAN umbilical ligament = remnant of urachus

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 6 - The ureters receive autonomic supply from which spinal segments? ...

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    • The ureters receive autonomic supply from which spinal segments?

      Your Answer: T11-L2

      Explanation:

      The ureters receive innervation by a number of nerve plexuses. The nerves supplying the ureters originate from spinal segments T11 to L2. When you think about ureteric colic giving classic ‘loin to groin’ pain it is because the pain is referred to these dermatomes.

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 7 - The juxtaglomerular apparatus (JGA) lies within which part of the kidney? ...

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    • The juxtaglomerular apparatus (JGA) lies within which part of the kidney?

      Your Answer: Renal Cortex

      Explanation:

      The substructures of the nephrons are mainly located within the cortex. The JGA sits next to the glomerulus in the cortex (click on the magnifying glass of the image to see the arrangement). They play an important role in blood pressure homeostasis as the juxtaglomerular cells produce renin. The descending and ascending limbs of the loop of Henle and collecting ducts have sections within both the cortex and medulla

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 8 - In which one of the following positions does hyperextension of the fetal head...

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    • In which one of the following positions does hyperextension of the fetal head occur?

      Your Answer: Face presentation

      Explanation:

      Face presentation is the abnormal position of the fetal head in labour. In this position the neck is hyperextended.
      Vertex position is the normal presentation of the foetus for delivery, in which the head is flexed and the position of the chin is towards the chest.

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 9 - What is the anterior boundary of the pelvic outlet? ...

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    • What is the anterior boundary of the pelvic outlet?

      Your Answer: pubic crest

      Correct Answer: pubic arch

      Explanation:

      The pelvic outlet is bounded anteriorly by the inferior border of the pubic arch, posteriorly by the sacrotuberous ligament and the tip of the coccyx and laterally by the ischial tuberosities.

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      • Anatomy
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  • Question 10 - The femoral triangle is bounded superiorly by which of the following structures? ...

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    • The femoral triangle is bounded superiorly by which of the following structures?

      Your Answer: Inguinal ligament

      Explanation:

      Boundaries of the Femoral Triangle:
      Superior: Inguinal ligament
      Medial: Medial border of the adductor longus
      Lateral: Medial border of the sartorius
      Floor: Pectineus, Adductor longus and Iliopsoas muscles
      Roof: Fascia Lata

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      • Anatomy
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