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GA2_E2_AbdPelvVsl

Questions from "Abd. Vsls." and "Pelvic Vsls." notes. # b4 answer=page of notes

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Besides those of the lesser omentum, name 4 differently named peritoneal ligaments and give their ATTACHMENTS. Both name and attachment must be correct to receive any credit. 78 Gastrosplenic lig.: stomach -> spleen, splenorenal lig.: spleen -> just anterior to kidney, falciform lig.: liver to anterior abdominal wall, ant./post. coronary ligs.: bare area of liver -> diaphragm
The median sulcus of the tongue ends just anterior to the root of the tongue in a small depression termed the _________ 81 Foramen cecum (Digestive Supplement)
portion of mucosa specifically around teeth 81 Gingiva (Digestive Supplement)
Openings through which blood vessels and nerves enter the pulp cavity of a tooth 83 Apical foramina
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: a) abdominal esophageal aa. 85 a. left gastric a.
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a DIRECT branch: a) right gastric a. 85 a.Common hepatic (typically) or proper hepatic (sometimes)
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: a) left gastroepiploic a. 85 a. splenic a.
Name the abdominal vessel which: a) is tortuous 85 a. splenic a. ("largest branch of celiac trunk and very torturous")
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a DIRECT branch: b) short gastric brs 85 b. splenic a.
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary (under normal conditions). c) cystic v. 85 c. right hepatic portal v.
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a DIRECT branch: d) right gastroepiploic a. 85 d. gastroduodenal
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: b) superior pancreaticoduodenal a. 85 Gastroduidenal a.
Name the branches of the splenic a. 85 Pancreatic brs, Proper splenic brs, short gastric brs, left gastroepiploic
SPECIFIC artery which supplies fundus of stomach 85 Short gastric brs
Name the ARTERY of which the given vessel is a direct branch: a) superior suprarenal a. 86 a. R&L inferior phrenic aa
Name the abdominal vessel which: b) arises from aorta at L3 level (NOT lumbar aa.)- 86 b. inferior mesenteric a.
Name the ARTERY of which the given vessel is a direct branch: b) left colic a. 86 b. inferior mesenteric a.
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: b) inferior pancreaticoduodenal a. 86 b. superior mesenteric
Name the abdominal vessel which: c) arises from aorta about 1-2 inches below renal (NOT lumbar)- 86 c. gonadal aa. (testicular in male/ovarian in female)
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: c) superior suprarenal a. 86 c. inferior phrenic aa. (R&L)
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a DIRECT branch: c) middle colic a. 86 c. superior mesenteric
Name the abdominal vessel which: d) supplies cecum, appendix, distal ileum, etc.- 86 d. ileocolic a.
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: d) left colic a. 86 d. inferior mesenteric
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: d) inferior suprarenal a. 86 d. renal aa (R&L)
Vertebral level of the superior mesenteric a. 86 LOWER border of L1
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary under normal conditions. a) upper left ascending lumbar v. 87 a. hemiazygos
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary (under normal conditions). a) left gonadal v. 87 a. left renal
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary (under normal conditions). b) deep circumflex iliac v. 87 b. external iliac
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary (under normal conditions). d) superficial epigastric v. 88 great saphenous
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary under normal conditions. c) left superior epigastric v. 88 c. internal thoracic
Collective term for vein formed by gastric veins. 88 Coronary v.
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary under normal conditions. d) thoracoepigastric v. 88 d. lateral thoracic
What SPECIFICALLY differentiates a portal from a normal system? Do NOT just list sequence. 88 presence of a 2nd capillary bed between arterial-venous bed and heart
List 2 anastomoses that are of the portal-caval variety. 89 Superior rectal with inferior and middle rectal vv. & Esophageal plexus (formed by anastomosis btwn thoracic esophageal veins and abdominal esophageal veins
Beginning with the aorta, show 2 different routes by which a drop of blood could reach both the head of the pancreas and duodenum 91 Route 1: Aorta -> celiac trunk -> common hepatic a. -> gastroduodenal a. -> ant./post. superior pancreaticoduodenal aa. -> pancreas and duodenum (next card #2)
Beginning with the aorta, show 2 different routes by which a drop of blood could reach both the head of the pancreas and duodenum 91 Route 2: Aorta -> superior mesenteric a. -> ant./post. inferior pancreaticoduodenal aa. -> pancreas and duodenum
Name the vessel of which the given artery is a direct branch: c) left gonadal a. 93 Descending aorta
Assume a partial occlusion of the femoral v. at the level of the inguinal ligament. Give a collateral route (in correct sequence) of venous return to the heart. 95 Great saphenous v. -> superficial epigastric v. -> thoraco-epigastric v. -> lateral thoracic v. -> axillary v. -> subclavian v. -> brachiocephalic v. -> SVC -> heart
Assume a partial occlusion of the femoral VEIN at the level of the inguinal ligament. Give a collateral route (in correct sequence) of the VENOUS return to the heart. 95 Great saphenous v. -> superficial epigastric v. -> thoraco-epigastric v. -> lateral thoracic v. -> axillary v. -> subclavian v. -> brachiocephalic v. -> SVC -> heart
Besides the marginal a., give 2 ANASTOMOSES which would provide collateral flow in the event of a partial occlusion of the abdominal aorta. 87 Superior epigastric a. w/ inferior epigastric a., Lumbar aa. w/ iliolumbar a.
Name the vessel to which the given VEIN is a DIRECT tributary under normal conditions. b) portal v. 97 b) Right and left hepatic portal vv. (flow is toward liver, not true vein)
Artery of which the inferior vesicle is a branch. 99 Anterior Trunk of Internal Illiac
often times a branch of superior vesical artery 99 artery to ductus deferens (male)
___ pelvic vessel that supplies iliacus, quadratus lumborum, and psoas major 99 Iliolumbar a. (lumbar br: psoas & QL/iliac br: iliacus)
Pelvic vessel which enters the anterior sacral foramina 99 Lateral sacral
pelvic vessel supplying psoas major, quadratus lumborum mm. 99 Lumbar br. of iliolumbar a.
pelvic vessel that exits pelvis through greater sciatic foramen above the piriformis. 99 Superior gluteal a.
Name the arteries which supply the urinary bladder 99 Superior, middle, and inferior vesical, inferior gluteal (inside pelvis), obturator
Vessel that supplies levator ani, piriformis, coccygeus, gluteus maximus, ect. 100 Internal pudendal a.
supplies pectineus, gracilis, adductors of hip and hip joint, etc. with arterial blood 100 Obturator a. (outside pelvis)
___ different named artery with which the obturator artery has an anastamosis for collateral circulation 101 Medial femoral circumflex a.
Draw a X-SECTION at the level of the epiploic foramen and label all associated ligaments. Draw Diagram
Created by: sor32663 on 2014-06-14



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