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Upper Part of the Body Anatomy

by Stuart Enoch, PhD
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    About the Lecture

    The lecture Upper Part of the Body Anatomy by Stuart Enoch, PhD is from the course Upper Part of the Body Anatomy. It contains the following chapters:

    • Diaphragmatic hiatus
    • Kidneys
    • Rectus sheath
    • Transpyloric plane
    • Rectal artery
    • Colorectal tumor
    • Loop colostomy
    • Inguinal region
    • Lumbar plexus
    • Posterior compartment of leg

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Esophagus and anterior and left vagus nerve
    2. Trachea and vagus nerve
    3. Esophagus and left phrenic nerve
    4. Right vagus
    1. Lower border of L1 vertebra
    2. Upper border of L1 vertebra
    3. Lower border of T10
    4. Upper border of L3
    1. Transpyloric flexure
    2. Transesophogeal flexure
    3. Anterior mediastinum
    4. Left lower quadrant
    1. Kidneys
    2. Heart
    3. Gallbladder
    4. Lungs
    1. Renal artery stenosis
    2. Renal vein stenosis
    3. Diabetes
    4. Alcohol abuse
    1. Arcuate line
    2. Inguinal ligament
    3. Linea alba
    4. Falx ligament
    1. Scarpa’s fascia
    2. Camper’s fascia
    3. Subcutaneous tissue
    4. Peritoneum
    1. Transverse abdominal muscle
    2. Pyramidalis muscle
    3. Peritoneum
    4. Fascia
    1. The posterior rectus sheath
    2. Anterior rectus sheath
    3. Inferior rectus sheath
    4. Fascia
    1. The pubic tubercle to the anterior superior illac spine.
    2. The pubic tubercle to the inferior illiac spine.
    3. T10 to the anterior inferior illiac spine.
    4. The PSIS to the anterior superior illiac spine.
    1. Lower border of T12
    2. Upper border of T10
    3. Lower border of L1
    4. Upper border of T12
    1. Right gastric artery
    2. Common hepatic artery
    3. Splenic artery
    4. Left gastric artery
    1. Thrombosis of the superior mesenteric vein.
    2. Thrombosis of the inferior mesenteric artery.
    3. Thrombosis of the superior mesenteric nerve.
    4. Thrombosis of the inferior mesenteric nerve.
    1. Superior rectal vein
    2. Inferior rectal vein
    3. Middle rectal vein
    4. Posterior rectal vein
    1. Left gastric vein and azygos vein
    2. Right gastric vein and colic vein
    3. Azygos vein and superior rectal vein
    4. Paraumbilical veins
    1. Cecum to ⅓ of the transverse colon
    2. Rectum to ⅓ of the ascending colon
    3. Cecum to ⅔ of the transverse colon
    4. Rectume to ⅓ of the transverse colon
    1. Extended left hemicolectomy
    2. Right hemicolectomy
    3. Transverse colectomy
    4. Sigmoidectomy
    1. Loop colostomy
    2. Total colonectomy
    3. Sigmoid colostomy
    4. Cecum colostomy
    1. Round ligament
    2. Spermatic cord
    3. Femoral vein
    4. Femoral artery
    1. internal oblique
    2. external oblique
    3. inguinal ligament
    4. transversalis fascia
    1. Direct
    2. Indirect
    3. Femoral
    4. Diaphragmatic
    1. L1-L4
    2. T11-L3
    3. L1-L3
    4. L2-L5
    1. ilioinguinal nerve
    2. Femoral nerve
    3. Posterior scrotal nerve
    4. Inguinal nerve
    1. Lesser Saphenous vein
    2. Femoral vein
    3. Epigastric vein
    4. Illiac vein

    Author of lecture Upper Part of the Body Anatomy

     Stuart Enoch, PhD

    Stuart Enoch, PhD


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