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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: REVIEW QUESTIONS & EXAMS   الأربعاء أكتوبر 31, 2012 9:37 pm

Short questions


1- What is the weakest point of the clavicle, give the position of the distal fragment?

2- What are the structures which pierce the clavipectoral fascia?

3- What is the structure which pierces pectorals minor muscle?

4- What is the structure which pierces the coracobrachialis muscle?

5- Name the structure which is attached to the margin of the glenoid cavity, give its function?

6- What is the structures which pass through the suprascapular foramen, give its distribution?

7- What is the attachment and function of the coraco-clavicular lig?

8- What is the type of fibers of subscaularis muscle, what is the character of this type of fibers?

9- What is the only muscle in the upper limb which has a pelvic origin?

10- What is the pathway of the lymphatic drainage of the medial and lateral parts of the mammry gland?

11- What is the line of incision to drain breast abscess, why?

12- How can you stop severe bleeding from the proximal part of the upper limb?

13- What is the nerve supply of the tapezieus muscle, what is the effect of its paralysis?

14- Name and give the origin of the anastomosing arteries on the upper part of the back of the humerus?

15- Give the surface anatomy of the axillary artery?

16- What is the rotator cuff, give its components and function?

17- What is the cutaneous distribution of the musclocutanous nerve?

18- What is the lymphatic drainage of the medial and lateral parts of the hand?

19- What is the structures which pierce the interosseus membrane, give its origin?

20- Name the muscles which the radial artery passes between its two heads in the hand?

21- Where you can feel the pulsation of the radial artery?

22- What is the motor distribution of the radial nerve in front of the lateral epicondyle?

23- Which parts of brachial plexus are related to the axillary artery?

24- What is the bicipital aponneurosis, what does it separate?

25- What is the nerve supply of the latissmus dorsi, give its root value, what is the effect of injury of this muscle?

26- What is the line of incision in the axilla to drain an abscess, why?

27- Name the muscles supplied by the dorsal scapular nerve, what is the effect of its injure?

28- What are the contents of the delto-pectoral groove?

29- Give the cutaneous supply over the lower half of the deltoid muscle. What is the effect of the paralysis of this muscle?

30- What are the muscles responsible for elevation of the arm above the level of the head?

31- What are the contents of the upper part of the bicipital groove?

32- What is the derrmatomal supply of the over, tip of the shoulder joint and floor of the axilla?

33- What is the type of the carpo-matacarpal joint of the thumb, & what
are the movement of that joint and muscles responsible for it?

34- What are the two structures which separated by the deep head of pronator teres





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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: REVIEW QUESTIONS & EXAMS   الثلاثاء نوفمبر 13, 2012 3:54 pm


Practical anatomy Questions & Answeres

Q From where do the lateral cutaneous branches (anterior
and posterior) of intercostal nerves arise and to where do they distribute?

A The lateral cutaneous branches of a typical intercostal nerve arise
lateral to the angles of the ribs, divide into anterior and posterior branches,
and supply the skin of the thoracic and abdominal walls

Q Is any pinkish mammary glandular tissue visible

A It is likely that your cadaver does not have any appreciable mammary
tissue. Most of the cadavers are elderly.

Q What are suspensory ligaments of the mammary glands

A The suspensory ligaments are fibrous condensations of the connective
tissue stroma which are prominent in the superior part of the mammary gland.
These help support the lobules of the gland and attach it to the dermis of
the overlying ski

. Q Consider blood supply, nerve supply, and lymphatic drainage
of the breasts.

A arterial supply
is derived from branches of the internal thoracic artery (including
anterior intercostals), the lateral thoracic artery, the thoracoacromial artery,
and posterior intercostal arteries.

Venous drainage follows arterial supply,
primarily draining into the axillary vein, but also draining some blood
into the internal thoracic vein.

Nerves:
The skin of the breast
is innervated by anterior and lateral cutaneous branches of the 2nd through
6th intercostal nerves. For example, the area around the nipple and areola
is innervated via the T4 spinal nerve.

Lymphatic drainage :
Lymph passes from the nipple, areola, and lobules to
the subareolar lymphatic plexus. From there:
MOST (75%) of the lymph goes to the axillary
lymph nodes, via the pectoral lymph nodes.
(It is extremely important
to consider the axillary nodes when performing a breast exam on a patient.)
Most of the rest goes to the parasternal
lymph nodes.
A small amount of lymph goes to the opposite breast.
A small amount of lymph goes to the abdominal wall and downward.
Lymphatic vessels in the skin of the breast drain into the axillary,
inferior deep cervical, infraclavicular, and parasternal lymph nodes.

Lymph from the axillary lymph nodes subsequently drains into the subclavian
lymph trunk.
Lymph from parasternal nodes enters the bronchomediastinal


. Q Why are lateral pectoral
and medial pectoral nerves reversed (with respect to their names and relative
locations) from what you would expect?

A Both of these nerves supply the pectoralis major. The "medial"
and "lateral" designations of these two nerves refers to the cords
of the brachial plexus from which they are derived.
(Do not worry about this
now, but it will haunt you later!) They are not topographic designations.
(To remember which is which, think about the Medial pectoral nerve
being a Major nerve which supplies both the pectoralis Major
and the pectoralis Minor.
The Lateral nerve is a Little
nerve, and only innervates pectoralis major.)

. Q Where does the cephalic
vein terminate?

A The cephalic vein passes between the deltoid and pectoralis major
muscles and empties into the termination of the axillary vein. (Latin/Greek,
cephalicus/kephalikos = head

Q The axillary space is shaped like a truncated pyramid.
Its boundaries are:

A anterior wall: pectoralis major and minor
muscles.
The lateral border of pectoralis major muscle forms the anterior
axillary fold.
posterior wall: scapula, subscapularis muscle,
teres major muscle, and latissimus dorsi muscle. The teres major muscle
combines with latissimus dorsi muscle to form the posterior
axillary fold.
medial wall: serratus anterior muscle
lateral wall: the floor of the intertubercular
groove of the humerus.

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Upper limb

Short questions

هامة جدا للمذاكرة

?1- What is the weakest point of the clavicle, give the position of the distal fragment?

2- What are the structures which pierce the clavipectoral fascia?

3- What is the structure which pierces pectorals minor muscle?

4- What is the structure which pierces the coracobrachialis muscle?

5- Name the structure which is attached to the margin of the glenoid cavity, give its function?

6- What is the structures which pass through the suprascapular foramen, give its distribution?

7- What is the attachment and function of the coraco-clavicular lig?

8- What is the type of fibers of subscaularis muscle, what is the character of this type of fibers?

9- What is the only muscle in the upper limb which has a pelvic origin?

10- What is the pathway of the lymphatic drainage of the medial and lateral parts of the mammry gland?

11- What is the line of incision to drain breast abscess, why?

12- How can you stop severe bleeding from the proximal part of the upper limb?

13- What is the nerve supply of the tapezieus muscle, what is the effect of its paralysis?

14- Name and give the origin of the anastomosing arteries on the upper part of the back of the humerus?

15- Give the surface anatomy of the axillary artery?

16- What is the rotator cuff, give its components and function?

17- What is the cutaneous distribution of the musclocutanous nerve?

18- What is the lymphatic drainage of the medial and lateral parts of the hand?

19- What is the structures which pierce the interosseus membrane, give its origin?

20- Name the muscles which the radial artery passes between its two heads in the hand?

21- Where you can feel the pulsation of the radial artery?

22- What is the motor distribution of the radial nerve in front of the lateral epicondyle?

23- Which parts of brachial plexus are related to the axillary artery?

24- What is the bicipital aponneurosis, what does it separate?

25- What is the nerve supply of the latissmus dorsi, give its root value, what is the effect of injury of this muscle?

26- What is the line of incision in the axilla to drain an abscess, why?

27- Name the muscles supplied by the dorsal scapular nerve, what is the effect of its injure?

28- What are the contents of the delto-pectoral groove?

29- Give the cutaneous supply over the lower half of the deltoid muscle. What is the effect of the paralysis of this muscle?

30- What are the muscles responsible for elevation of the arm above the level of the head?

31- What are the contents of the upper part of the bicipital groove?

32- What is the derrmatomal supply of the over, tip of the shoulder joint and floor of the axilla?

33- What is the type of the carpo-matacarpal joint of the thumb, what are the movement of that joint and muscles responsible for it?

34- What are the two structures which separated by the deep head of pronator teres?


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: REVIEW QUESTIONS & EXAMS   الجمعة فبراير 01, 2013 3:16 pm



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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: REVIEW QUESTIONS & EXAMS   الخميس مارس 28, 2013 8:07 pm

[color=red]Anatomy quizzes
This is a link to quizzes made using Wikiversity. During a Student selected component my colleague and I experimented with wikiversity. Although the quizzes made were basic, the concept is that they can be edited and added to by anyone using them to improve them and make them more interactive. The best example are probably the shoulder muscles and lateral aspect of the hand quizzes.

https://www.meducation.net/resources/29843-Anatomy-wikiversity-quizzes


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