Ch 8 Pelvis Sec 5

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Ch 8 Pelvis Sec 5
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2011-05-02 17:46:32
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Pelvic ateries, veins; Section 5
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  1. What pelvic vessels are labeled as number 6?
    The common iliac veins are labeled as number 6 in this axial image of the pelvis.

  2. What pelvic vessel is labeled as number 4?
    The left internal iliac artery is labeled as number 4 in this image.
  3. Venous drainage for the pelvis is primarily provided by the:
    Venous drainage for the pelvis is primarily provided by the internal iliac veins.

  4. The internal iliac artery is labeled as what number?
    The internal iliac artery is labeled as number 6 in this coronal oblique CTA image
  5. All of the following are branches of the anterior branch of the internal iliac artery, except for the:

    A) Obturator artery B) Superior gluteal artery C) Middle rectal artery
    D) Internal pudendal artery
    B) Superior gluteal artery
  6. Which groups of pelvic lymph nodes are located near the ischial tuberosities?
    The inguinal groups, specifically the deep inguinal groups, are located near the ischial tuberosities
  7. Which groups of pelvic lymph nodes are divided into median and lateral groups?
    The common iliac lymph nodes are divided into median and lateral groups
  8. Which pelvic artery supplies the psoas, iliacus, quadratus lumborum, and gluteal muscles as well as the cauda equina of the spinal cord?
    The iliolumbar artery supplies the psoas, iliacus, quadratus lumborum, and gluteal muscles as well as the cauda equina of the spinal cord

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