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Essential Clinical Anatomy 4th edition"

Which vertebral level does the transumbilical plane pass through?A. T10 B. T12 C. L3/L4 disc D. L5/S1 disc E. at the level of the sacral promontory

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Which vertebral level does the transumbilical plane pass through?A. T10 B. T12 C. L3/L4 disc D. L5/S1 disc E. at the level of the sacral promontory

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The muscles of the anterior abdominal wall assist in all of the following activities except:A. inspiration. B. defecation. C. sneezing. D. vomiting. E. parturition.

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The muscles of the anterior abdominal wall assist in all of the following activities except:A. inspiration. B. defecation. C. sneezing. D. vomiting. E. parturition.

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Which of the following is incorrect pertaining to the rectus abdominis muscle or rectus sheath?A. The linea alba separates (lies in the midline between) the two rectus muscles. B. The attachments (tendinous insertions) between the muscle and the anterior layer of sheath account for the abdominal definition (ripples) evident when muscular individuals tense this muscle. C. The posterior layer of the sheath is composed of the aponeuroses of the internal oblique and the transversalis fascia throughout the extent of the sheath. D. The external oblique aponeurosis contributes to the anterior wall of the sheath throughout the craniocaudal extent of the sheath. E. Transverse surgical incisions can be made in this muscle without resulting in muscle fiber necrosis.

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Which of the following is incorrect pertaining to the rectus abdominis muscle or rectus sheath?A. The linea alba separates (lies in the midline between) the two rectus muscles. B. The attachments (tendinous insertions) between the muscle and the anterior layer of sheath account for the abdominal definition (ripples) evident when muscular individuals tense this muscle. C. The posterior layer of the sheath is composed of the aponeuroses of the internal oblique and the transversalis fascia throughout the extent of the sheath. D. The external oblique aponeurosis contributes to the anterior wall of the sheath throughout the craniocaudal extent of the sheath. E. Transverse surgical incisions can be made in this muscle without resulting in muscle fiber necrosis.

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A transverse incision through the rectus abdominis muscle and both layers of the rectus sheath at the arcuate line would transect the:A. inferior epigastric artery. B. thoracoepigastric vein. C. first lumbar artery. D. ilioinguinal nerve. E. T12 intercostal nerve.

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A transverse incision through the rectus abdominis muscle and both layers of the rectus sheath at the arcuate line would transect the:A. inferior epigastric artery. B. thoracoepigastric vein. C. first lumbar artery. D. ilioinguinal nerve. E. T12 intercostal nerve.

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The nerve supply to the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall:A. pierces the peritoneum immediately prior to entering the deep surface of the muscle. B. is derived from the sympathetic trunk. C. travels between the internal oblique and transverses abdominis muscles. D. also innervates the diaphragm. E. is derived from sacral ventral rami.

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The nerve supply to the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall:A. pierces the peritoneum immediately prior to entering the deep surface of the muscle. B. is derived from the sympathetic trunk. C. travels between the internal oblique and transverses abdominis muscles. D. also innervates the diaphragm. E. is derived from sacral ventral rami.

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Cryptorchidism refers to:A. inflammation of the inguinal triangle. B. an undescended testis. C. an enlargement of the round ligament of the uterus. D. fluid in the inguinal canal. E. the abnormal descent of an ovary into the inguinal canal.

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Cryptorchidism refers to:A. inflammation of the inguinal triangle. B. an undescended testis. C. an enlargement of the round ligament of the uterus. D. fluid in the inguinal canal. E. the abnormal descent of an ovary into the inguinal canal.

Answer: B

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