Simon Blackburn, Christopher Wood's Anatomy Questions for the MRCS PDF

By Simon Blackburn, Christopher Wood

ISBN-10: 1405145072

ISBN-13: 9781405145077

This is often the one revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over two hundred questions grouped by means of anatomical sector, every one with 5 true/false parts.
Anatomy Questions for the MRCS is available in a transportable, hassle-free paperback structure with solution sections essentially marked to aid make sure vulnerable components of data and toughen learning.
Written through authors with first-hand event of the present MRCS exam layout and with skilled senior consultant, this hugely unique textual content is a must have for all MRCS applicants and a useful gizmo for scientific scholars getting ready for surgical examinations.

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E. It contains the saphenous nerve. 12 Which of these statements about the adductor canal is incorrect? ٗ a. It is the communication between the femoral triangle and popliteal fossa. ٗ b. It is bordered posteriorly by adductor longus and magnus. ٗ c. It contains the nerve to vastus medialis. ٗ d. The saphenous nerve exits the canal medially. ٗ e. The femoral artery exits through a hiatus in adductor longus. 14 Which of the following statements correctly describes the capsule of the knee joint?

The phrenic nerves are directly related to its lateral surface on both sides. 14 Which of these statements does not correctly describe the phrenic nerve? ٗ a. It innervates the mediastinal pleura. ٗ b. It innervates the diaphragm from its superior surface downwards. ٗ c. It passes anterior to the hilum of the lung on the left. ٗ d. It lies lateral to the superior vena cava on the right. ٗ e. It has the subclavian artery on its medial side on the left. 12 Which statement regarding the superior vena cava is correct?

C. It contains peroneus longus, brevis and tertius. ٗ d. The peroneus longus tendon grooves the lateral malleolus. ٗ e. The muscles of the lateral compartment principally invert the foot. 18 Which statement regarding the tendons of the muscles of the lateral compartment of the leg is incorrect? ٗ a. The peroneus longus tendon runs posterior to that of peroneus brevis at the lateral malleolus. ٗ b. Both tendons pass under the superior and inferior peroneal retinaculae. ٗ c. They share a common synovial sheath as they pass under both retinaculae.

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