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  1. In case of damage to the facial artery as a result of a facial injury, the bleeding might be stopped by digital compression of the artery at the level of the:
    A. upper lip
    B. lower lip
    C. maxilla
    D. base of mandible
    E. masseter
    D. base of mandible
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Total transection of the facial nerve at the stylomastoid foramen results in the paralysis of the following muscle:
    stylohyoid
  3. A vertical incision over the masseter muscle will damage, in addition to other structure, the following artery:
    transverse facial
  4. during surgery on the upper lip which nerve should be approached to anesthetize the region:
    infraorbital
  5. What is the functional significance of the connections between the facial and auriculotemporal nerves:
    autonomic fibers from facial pass to auriculotemporal
  6. Which of the following structures is not found in the digastric triangle of the neck:
    a) facial artery
    b) submental artery
    c) mylohyoid nerve
    d) submandibular gland
    e) all of the above are in the triangle
    e) all of the above are in the triangle
  7. Which nerve receives no contribution from the third cervical segment of the spinal cord:
    greater occipital
  8. Which nerves receive contribution from the third cervical segment of the spinal cord:
    • lesser occipital
    • supraclavicular
    • great auricular
    • phrenic
  9. The second part of the subclavian artery lies posterior to which muscle?
    scalenus anterior
  10. Which one of the following nerve components is NOT found in the seventh cranial nerve:
    a) special visceral efferent
    b) general visceral efferent
    c) special visceral afferent
    d) general visceral afferent
    e) all of the above are found
    general visceral afferent
  11. The transversus abdominis muscle continues into the spermatic cord as the

    a. internal spermatic fascia
    b. cremasteric fascia
    c. cremaster muscle
    d. external spermatic fascia
    e. none of the above
    e. none of the above
  12. The lesser curvature of the stomach is supplied by the
    left gastric and right gastric arteries
  13. Which one of the following cranial nerves does NOT contain special visceral afferent components:
    Vagus
    Glossopharyngeal
    Facial
    Hypoglossal
    Trigeminal
    Hypoglossal
  14. The medial branch of the dorsal ramus of C2 is termed:
    the greater occipital nerve
  15. In regard to the deep muscles of the back, the muscle group which runs from medial to lateral is:
    the transversospinalis
  16. The parasympathetic fibers which innervate the parotid gland originate from:
    the glossopharyngeal nerve
  17. The postganglionic sympathetic fibers in the head region reach their destination by way of:
    the arteries
  18. The biceps brachii muscle can
    flex the forearm, flex the arm, supinate
  19. The muscle that protracts the scapula and allows avduction of the arm beyond the horizontal plane is the
    serratus anterior
  20. The posterior humeral circumflex artery accompanies which nerve?
    axillary nerve
  21. The ligament that hold the head of the radius in place against the ulna is the
    annular ligament
  22. A patient has a small stab wound over the thenar eminence. To determine if the redurrent branch of the median nerve is injured or severed, the physician should test:
    opposition of thumb
  23. The splanchnic nerves carry the
    preganglionic sympathetic fibers
  24. in regard to the diaphragm
    the two crura are united in front of the aortic hiatus by a tendinous arch which is called the median arcuate ligament
  25. External hemorrhoids covered by the skin, are an abnormal condition of the
    inferior rectal vein
  26. Which one of the following structures is least concerned with the fixation of the uterus?
    A. pubovesical ligament
    B. sacrouterine ligament
    C. ovarian ligament
    D. round ligament of the uterus
    E. cardinal ligament
    A. pubovesical ligament
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. The umbilical cord contains: ___ artery(ies) and ___ vein(s)
    two arteries and one vein
  28. The bulbourethral gland of Cowper is located in the:
    deep perineal pouch
  29. Infection from the facial region spreads to the cavernous sinus through the:
    opthalmic vein
  30. Injury of which nerve results in lateral deviation of the anterior pole of the eye:
    oculomotor
  31. Which of the following is not a muscle of mastication:
    a) temporalis
    b) buccinator
    c) medial pterygoid
    d) masseter
    e) lateral pterygoid
    buccinator
  32. Muscles of mastication:
    • temporalis
    • medial pterygoid
    • masseter
    • lateral pterygoid
  33. The pterygoid venous plexus communicantes with all of the following structures except:
    A) lingual vein
    B) facial vein
    C) cavernous sinus
    D) inferior opthalmic vein
    E) maxillary vein
    A) lingual vein - V3
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. Which one of the following statements is true with reference to the temporomandibular joint:
    A) The sphenomandibular and stylomandibular ligaments add main strength to the joint.
    B) The articular disc completely divides the joint into a superior and a smaller inferior cavity.
    C) As with any joint maintained maintained mainly by muscles, the temporomandibular joint is difficult to dislocate.
    d) All of the above statements are true.
    e) All of the above statements are untrue.
    B) The articular disc completely divides the joint into a superior and a smaller inferior cavity.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. In the hilus of the left lung which of the following structures is most anterior in position?
    A. pulmonary ligament
    B. left principal bronchus
    C. left pulmonary artery
    D. superior left pulmonary vein
    E. inferior left pulmonary vein
    A. pulmonary ligament
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Which one of the following groups of lymph nodes receives some of the lymph from the breast?
    A. posterior mediastinal nodes
    B. bronchopulmonary nodes
    C. parasternal nodes
    D.anterior mediastinal nodes
    e. none of the above
    C. parasternal nodes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. The posterior circumflex humeral artery:
    winds around the anatomical neck of the humerus
  38. The bare area of the liver is bounded by:
    the coronary ligament
  39. Which of the following statements is true of the inguinal canal?
    A. The inguinal canal contains the ilio-inguinal nerve.
    B. The superficial inguinal ring is lateral to the deep inguinal ring.
    C. The deep inguinal ring is a slit-like opening in the transversus abdominis
    D. The inferior epigastric vessels lie medial to the superficial inguinal ring.
    E. The superficial inguinal ring is a triangular opening in the aponeurosis of the internal oblique
    A. The inguinal canal contains the ilio-inguinal nerve.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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