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Anatomy (Abdomen)-3

Total Questions: 20

Estimated Time: 30 Min.

Marks for Each Right Answer: 01

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1 / 20

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A 42-year-old man with portal hypertension
secondary to cirrhosis of the liver and
subsequent
massive ascites presents to the
emergency department. He refuses to have a
transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt
(TIPS) procedure and prefers surgery. Which of
the following surgical connections is involved
in the most practical method of shunting portal
blood around the liver?

2 / 20

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Inferiorly, the inferior margin of the external
oblique aponeurosis thickens and folds back on
itself to form which of the following structures?

3 / 20

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A radiograph of a 32-year-old woman
reveals a perforation in the posterior wall of
the stomach in which the gastric contents have
spilled into the lesser sac. The general surgeon
has opened the lienogastric (gastrosplenic) ligament
to reach the lesser sac and notes erosion
of the ulcer into an artery. Which of the following
vessels is most likely involved?

4 / 20

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All of the following structures are located
within the rectus sheath EXCEPT

5 / 20

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A 16-year-old boy with a ruptured spleen
comes to the emergency department for splenectomy.
Soon after ligation of the splenic
artery just distal to its origin, a surgical resident
observes that the patient is healing normally.
Normal blood flow would occur in which of the
following arteries?

6 / 20

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The rectus abdominis muscle is anchored transversely
by attachment to the anterior layer of
the rectus sheath by which of the following
structures?

7 / 20

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The superficial muscle fibers of the external
abdominal oblique arising from the middle to
lower ribs interdigitate with which of the following
muscles?

8 / 20

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A 78-year-old man is suffering from
ischemia
of the suprarenal glands. This condition results from rapid occlusion of direct
branches of which of the following arteries?

9 / 20

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A 43-year-old man complains of abdominal
pain just above his umbilicus. On examination,
a tumor is found anterior to the IVC. Which of
the following structures would most likely be
compressed by this tumor?

10 / 20

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The fascial layer that covers the deep surface
of the transverse abdominal muscle is known
as which of the following?

11 / 20

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A 33-year-old man with a perforated gastric
ulcer complains of excruciating pain in his
stomach. It is observed that the pain comes
from peritoneal irritation by gastric contents
in the lesser sac. Which of the following nerves
contain sensory nerve fibers that convey this
sharp, stabbing pain?

12 / 20

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The anterolateral abdominal wall is bounded
by all of the following structures EXCEPT

13 / 20

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A 35-year-old woman with a history of
cholecystectomy arrives in the emergency
department with intractable hiccups most likely
caused by an abdominal abscess secondary
to surgical infection. Which of the following
nerves carries pain sensation caused by irritation
of the peritoneum on the central portion of
the inferior surface of the diaphragm?

14 / 20

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Where is extraperitoneal fat located?

15 / 20

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A young boy is brought to the hospital after
a bicycle accident and possible pelvic fracture.
While awaiting a computed tomography (CT)
scan of his pelvis, a physician proceeds with
a focal neurologic examination. In testing the
child’s reflexes, which of the following nerves
would carry afferent impulses of the cremasteric
reflex?

16 / 20

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The reflected inguinal ligament receives fibers
from the contralateral aponeurosis of which of
the following structures?

17 / 20

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The aponeuroses of all three flat muscles of the
anterolateral abdominal wall interlace in which
of the following structures?

18 / 20

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Between the internal oblique and transverse
abdominal muscles is a neurovascular plane
that contains all of the following EXCEPT

19 / 20

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A 21-year-old man receives a penetrating
knife wound in the abdomen and is injured in
both the superior mesenteric artery and the
vagus nerve. Which portion of the colon would
most likely be impaired by this injury?

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A 9-year-old boy was admitted to the emergency
department complaining of nausea,
vomiting, fever, and loss of appetite. On examination,
he was found to have tenderness and
pain on the right lower quadrant. Based on signs
and symptoms, the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
was made. During an appendectomy
performed at McBurney point, which of the following
structures is most likely to be injured?

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