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This can be the single revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over 2 hundred questions grouped through anatomical zone, every one with 5 true/false components.

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Written by way of 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 first six anterior intercostal arteries are direct branches of the internal thoracic arteries. The 7th to 9th anterior intercostal arteries are branches of the musculophrenic artery, one of the terminal branches of the internal thoracic artery. c. The first two posterior intercostal arteries are branches of the superior intercostal artery, which arises from the costocervical trunk, a branch of the second part of the subclavian artery. d. The lower abdominal wall is supplied by the inferior epigastric artery, a branch of the external iliac artery, which runs up the posterior aspect of rectus abdominis and anastomoses with the superior epigastric artery at the level of the umbilicus.

The lateral aspect of the upper limb is supplied by fibres arising from C5 and C6. The medial aspect of the upper limb is innervated by fibres from C8 and T1. 30 a The biceps jerk principally tests the C5 reflex arc, with a contribution from C6. Explanations b. The supinator jerk corresponds primarily to the C6 reflex arc, with a contribution from C5. c. The triceps jerk is principally mediated by C7, with a contribution from C8. d. This reflex may be of occasional use, and is elicited by placing the examiner’s index finger across the tip of the shoulder on the deltoid muscle belly, and tapping the finger.

The descending thoracic aorta is entirely in the middle mediastinum. ٗ d. The pericardial sac and its contents form the anterior mediastinum. ٗ e. The phrenic nerves run in the anterior compartment. 6 Which of the following statements best describes the lungs? ٗ a. Both main bronchi enter the roots of their respective lungs at the level of T6. ٗ b. The left main bronchus gives its upper lobe bronchus before joining the lung. ٗ c. The blood supply of the lung is derived from the pulmonary arteries.

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