By Simon Blackburn, Christopher Wood
This is often the single revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over 2 hundred questions grouped through anatomical sector, each one with 5 true/false parts.
Anatomy Questions for the MRCS is available in a transportable, trouble-free paperback layout with resolution sections essentially marked to assist verify vulnerable parts of data and toughen learning.
Written through authors with first-hand event 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 great tool for clinical scholars getting ready for surgical examinations.
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The iliotibial tract is a lateral relation. ٗ d. The femoral vein is an anterior relation. ٗ e. Pectineus is a lateral relation. 6 Consider the fascia and compartments of the thigh, Which statement is correct? ٗ a. The iliotibial tract lies superficial to the fascia lata. ٗ b. The iliotibial tract inserts onto the lateral epicondyle of the femur. ٗ c. The femoral vein passes through the fascia lata. ٗ d. There are three compartments. ٗ e. There are three intermuscular septa in the thigh. 8 Which statement best describes the medial compartment of the thigh?
D. The left phrenic nerve pierces the diaphragm with the inferior vena cava. ٗ e. A congenital Bochdalek hernia occurs anteriorly. 1 b. The body of the sternum (sometimes referred to as the gladiolus) overlies the heart at this level. This is the anatomical basis of cardiac compressions used in CPR. Explanations a. The manubrium overlies the aortic arch at the level of T3 and T4. c. The most prominent cervical spinous process to be encountered is that of C7 (vertebrae prominens). d. The manubriosternal joint is at the level of the joint between T4 and T5.
Three quarters of the gluteus maximus fibres insert into the iliotibial tract and the remaining quarter onto the gluteal tuberosity of the femur. It acts to extend and laterally rotate the lower limb at the hip joint as well as to brace the iliotibial tract. c. Both gluteus medius and minimus are medial rotators, as they pass anteriorly from the ilium to the anterior aspect of the greater trochanter. Their principal action, however, is abduction of the thigh at the hip. e. Gluteus medius and minimus are innervated by the superior gluteal nerve, and supplied by the superior gluteal artery.
Anatomy Questions for the MRCS by Simon Blackburn, Christopher Wood