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FA Repro Anatomy

FA Repro Anatomy + Respi Anatomy

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Describe the venous drainage of the left ovary/testis. Left ovary/testis -> left gonadal vein -> left renal vein -> IVC
Where do the lymph of the ovaries/testes drain to? Para-Aortic lymph nodes
Which ligament helps prevent uterine prolapse after normal vaginal delivery? Transverse cervical (cardinal) ligament
What are the structures contained in the Round ligament? 0. Nothing
What are the structures contained in the suspensory ligament of the ovaries? Ovarian vessels
What are the structures contained in the transverse cervical ligament? Uterine vessels
What nerve is responsible for a) Erection b) Emission c) Ejaculation A) Pelvic nerve B) Hypogastric nerve C) Pudendal nerve
List 3 substance/drugs which are pro-erectile. NO, Sildenafil, Vardenafil
List 1 substance which is anti-erectile. Nor-Epinephrine
The acrosome of the sperm is derived from what structure? Golgi apparatus
The flagellum of the sperm is derived from what structure? One of the centrioles
What cells secrete inhibin to inhibit FSH? Sertoli cells
What cells secrete ABP to mantain levels of testosterone? Sertoli cells
What cells secrete testosterone? Leydig cells
While upright, an aspirated peanut will land in which part of the lung? Lower portion of right inferior lobe
While supine, an aspirated peanut will land in which part of the lung? Superior portion of the right inferior lobe
List the structures perforating the diaphragm. At T8 = IVC At T10 = esophagus, vagus At T12 = aorta, thoracic duct, azygous vein
What nerve innervates the diaphragm? Phrenic nerve
During exercise, what are the accessory muscles of inspiration? External intercoastals, scalene muscles, sternomastoids
During exercise, what are the accessory muscles of expiration>? Rectus abdominis, internal and external olbliques, transversus abdominis, internal intercostals
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