By Royce L. Montgomery
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A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Which of the following passes through the aortic hiatus of the diaphragm? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) least thoracic splanchnic nerve thoracic duct branches of right gastric vessels sympathetic trunks terminal branches of the left phrenic nerve 69. Ribs are formed from which of the following? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) sclerotome portion of paraxial mesoderm lateral plate mesoderm ectodermal invagination endodermal migration neural crest cell transitory development 70. The pleuropericardial membranes develop into what structures of the adult?
Ened. The patient would also lose sensation on the lateral surface of the forearm (Moore, p 731). 78. 71. (B) With paralysis of the latissimus dorsi, the patient is unable to raise the trunk as necessary for climbing. The cause could be injury to the thoracodorsal nerve (C6–C7–C8) (Moore, p 693). 72. (A) Injury to the dorsal scapular nerve (C4–C5) can paralyze the rhomboids, causing the scapula on one side to be located farther from the midline than that on the normal side (Moore, p 695). 73. (B) The deltoid atrophies when the axillary nerve (C5–C6) is damaged.
The parietal pleura consists of all of the following parts EXCEPT (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) costal pericardial mediastinal diaphragmatic cervical 9. All of the following statements correctly apply to the right lung EXCEPT (A) The superior and oblique fissures divide it into three lobes. (B) It is larger and heavier than the left lung. (C) It is shorter and wider than the left lung. (D) It contains a thin, tonguelike process called the lingula. (E) It has three surfaces. 10. All of the following statements correctly apply to the left main bronchus EXCEPT (A) It is wider, shorter, and runs more vertically than the right main bronchus.
Appleton & Lange Review of Anatomy by Royce L. Montgomery