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URI Anatomy Quiz 13

URI Anatomy Quiz 13 Abdominal Topography

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The transpyloric line is at the level of _____. lumbar vertebra 1 body
The muscle whose apponeurosis delaminates and encloses the rectus abdominis muscle is the _____. internal abdominal oblique muscle
The muscle of the anterior abdominal wall that runs from the pubic crest and symphysis to the xiphoid process and costal cartilage of ribs 5 to 7 is the _____. rectus abdominus muscle
The deepest of the four muscles making up the anterior abdominal wall is the _____. transverse abdominal wall
The action of the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall that helps in coughing, expiration, regugitation, micturition, defication and parturition is called the _____. abdominal press
The inferior transverse plane used to divide the abdomen into 9 regions is called the _____. intertubercular plane
The location on the right side between the ASIS and the umbilicus that is superficial to where one would expect to find the appendix is known as _____. McBurney's Point
The connective tissue along the midanterior line of the abdomen is called the _____. It is where the aponeuroses of the abdominal muscles insert on each other. linea alba
The inferior most central region of the abdomen is called the _____. hypogastric region
The superior central region of the abdomen is called the _____. epigastric region
The aponeuroses of the anterior abdominal wall are collectively referred to as the _____. rectus sheath
The landmark of the ilium that serves as the superior attachment of the inguinal ligament is the _____. ASIS Anterior superior iliac spine
The muscle of the anterior abdominal wall that runs from the pubic crest and symphysis to the xiphoid process and costal cartilage of ribs 5 to 7 is the _____. rectus abdominus
The most superficial of the anterior abdominal muscles is the _____. externl abdominal oblique muscle
The connective tissue along the midanterior line of the abdomen is called the _____. It is where the aponeuroses of the abdominal muscles insert on each other. linea alba
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