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What is the vertebral level of the esophageal hiatus? 108 T10
What is the vertebral level of the aortic hiatus? 108 T12
In a surface projection, the lower border of the liver extends along a line from the right ____ rib to the left ____ rib. 109 10; 5
In a surface projection, where is the spleen located? 109 Deep to the LEFT 9,10,11 ribs and posterior to midaxillary line.
Besides the pylorus, give 2 specific parts of viscera through which the transpyloric plane passes? 109 Hilus of kidney, Neck of pancreas, Duodenojejunal junction
What is the vertebral level for transpyloric plane? 109 L1
What is the vertebral level for the subcostal plane? 109 L3
The umbilicus is a variable landmark. In the normal adult it lies at the junction of what vertebrae? 109 L3-L4
What is the vertebral level for the intertubercular or transtubercular plane? 109 L5
In a surface projection, where is the transpyloric plane located? 109 Half way between the suprasternal notch and the pubis,about one hand breadth below the xiphoid.
What is the vertebral level for the xiphoid process? 109 T9
In a surface projection, where is the base of the appendix (McBurney's point) located? 110 Junction of the lower 1/3 and middle 1/3 of a line connecting the umbilicus and the RIGHT anterior superior iliac spine.
Give the spinal level of the aorta bifurcation. 110 L4
In a surface projection, where is the right colic flexure located? 110 Under inferior aspect of liver and RIGHT costal cartilage 10
In a surface projection, where is the gall bladder located? 110 Deep to the tip of costal cartilage 9
In a surface projection, where is the transverse colon located? 111 About the level of the umbilicus
In a surface projection, where is the left colic flexure located? 111 Deep to the LEFT costal cartilage 8
Using vertebral levels, where do the kidneys lie when in the supine position? Do they move in the erect position, if so how far? 121 T12 to L2/3; They move caudally one inch in the erect position.
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