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By Simon Blackburn, Christopher Wood

This can be the one revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over 2 hundred questions grouped by way of anatomical sector, each one with 5 true/false parts.
Anatomy Questions for the MRCS is available in a conveyable, easy paperback layout with solution sections in actual fact marked to aid make certain vulnerable components of data and make stronger learning.
Written through authors with first-hand adventure of the present MRCS exam structure and with skilled senior consultant, this hugely unique textual content is a must have for all MRCS applicants and a useful gizmo for clinical scholars getting ready for surgical examinations.

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D. Rectus femoris, one of the four constituent muscles of quadriceps femoris, takes origin from the anterior inferior iliac spine. It bridges the hip joint and acts as a flexor of the hip as well as an extensor of the knee. e. There is a tendency for lateral dislocation of the patella due to the valgus angle between the femur and tibia, and the direction of pull of the quadriceps. This is resisted by the pull of vastus medialis, which inserts on the medial aspect of the patella. an adductor portion and is, therefore, part of both the medial and posterior compartments and is dually innervated by the obturator and sciatic nerves.

B. The transverse sinus lies between the superior vena cava and left atrium posteriorly, and the arch of aorta and pulmonary trunk anteriorly. ٗ c. It contains the entire ascending aorta. ٗ d. It is attached to the central tendon of the diaphragm. ٗ e. 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.

The right pleura passes across the 10th rib in the anterior axillary line. ٗ d. The left pleura arches laterally at the level of the 4th costal cartilage. ٗ e. The pleura terminates above the level of the 12th rib. 3 Which statement about the ribs is accurate? ٗ a. The head of a typical rib articulates with the transverse costal facet of its own vertebra. ٗ b. The 8th, 9th and 10th ribs are false ribs. ٗ c. The 1st rib has the subclavian artery as an inferior relation. ٗ d. The costotransverse ligaments pass from the transverse process of the vertebra to the head of the rib.

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