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GI Lecture Exam
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What forms the posterior wall of the inguinal canal?
The major duodenal papilla is found in which of the following?
2nd part of the duodenum
An orthotonic stomach empties in ________ hrs?
A hypertonic stomach empties in ________ hrs?
A hypotonic stomach empties in _________ hrs?
An atonic stomach opens in _________ hrs?
When listening in the left chest with a stethoscope you hear gurgling noises like from the stomach. What would most likely be the cause for this if there has been NO trauma?
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
The 4th part of the duodenum at:
The fundus of the stomach is in close proximity to which structure?
Apex of the Heart
What is the small anatomical notch of the lesser curvature of the stomach?
what ligament supports the duodenojejunal flexure?
Ligament of Treitz
What structure is affected in a hiatal hernia?
Which structure is associated with projectile vomiting?
Which artery is a branch off of the maxillary artery and ascends into the cranial vault through the foramen spinosum?
Which cranial nerve is responsible for the afferent limb of the corneal reflex?
Which one of the following is a direct branch off of the celiac trunk?
Splenic A, L Gastric A, Common hepatic A
The uncinate process and part of the head of the pancreas develop from which one of the following?
ventral pancreatic bud
This nerve has efferent (motor) control of the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles.
Spinal accessory N
This cranial nerve has afferent input from the carotid bodies (chem & baroreceptors)
Nuclei of Occulomotor N
Nuclei of Facial N
Spinal Nucleus of V
Superior Salivatory N
Nuclei of Trigeminal N
Spinal Nucleus of V
Failure to laterally gaze results from damage to the:
Failure to open the eye results from damage to the:
Failure to close the eye/raise the eyebrows results from damage to the:
What nerve supplies innervation to the upper lip?
What nerve supplies innervation to the lower lip?
A woman, presenting with hypertension, stridor (hoarseness), and pain near the sternal angle, who comes into your office. A chest x-ray is performed. The chest x-ray shows dilatation of the aortic arch. What is high up in your differential diagnosis, and what structure would probably be injured from this abnormality?
Aortic aneurism: L recurrent laryngeal N
The chorda tympani nerve is a distribution from the _____ cranial nerve to the _____ cranial nerve?
The nerve to the levator veli palatini muscle is a branch from which one of the following?
Pharyngeal plexus/CN X
Bell's palsy is a:
Complete ipsilateral hemifacial paralysis
Fluid in the right lateral paracolic gutter must pass through which one of the following to get into the lesser sac?
Foramen of Winslow
Which of the following arteries feeds the foregut?
Which of the following feeds the hindgut?
Inferior Mesenteric Artery
What is the blood supply to the lower esophagus?
L gastric A
At what level is the hiatus in which the azygos vein goes through to empty into a structure which goes into the heart?
True statements concerning the ileum include:
a. It usually has more mesenteric fat than the jejunum
b. Its mesenteric blood vessels possess more arcades than vessels of the jejunum
c. It is usually lighter in color than the jejunum
ALL OF THE ABOVE
Which disorder is especially common in premature infants, who present with rapid, labored breathing after birth and is often due to deficiency of surfactant?
You see a newborn with Down's syndrome and who present with bile emesis with a double bubble sign on ultrasound. What does this patient most likely have?
What results from an incomplete closure of the lateral folds?
Which of the following is retroperitoneal?
2nd-4th part of duodenum, ascending colon, descending colon, rectum
Which of the following is due to an abnormal development of the urorectal septum?
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