What is the pectinate line of the rectum?1 1930
What is the relationship of the two pulmonary arteries in the lung hilus?1 2298
What is the usual pathology above the pectinate line of the rectum?1 2182
What is the usual pathology below the pectinate line of the rectum?1 2172
What is the venosus drainage difference above and below the pectinate line?1 1862
What layers of the gut wall contribute to motility ?1 2904
What layers of the gut wall contribute to support?1 2226
What muscle opens the jaw?1 2252
What nerve innervates most of the 'glossus' muscles and which is the exception?2 8363
What nerve innervates most of the 'palate' muscles and which is the exception?1 1614
What nerve innervates the muscles that close and open the jaw?1 2040
What neurons do the GI enteric plexus contain?1 1976
What part of the heart does the LAD supply?1 3908
What spinal cord levels are vertebral disk herniation most likely to occur?1 1945
What structure is in the femoral triangle but not in the femoral sheath?1 1993
What do you mean by homeostatic imbalance?
What does serous membrane do?
Explain the horner's syndrome?
After recuperating from a gunshot wound to the buttocks resulting from a hunting accident, your patient exhibits a positive Trendelenburg's sign. Explain.
What causes contractures?
Explain the brown-sequard syndrome?
Explain the turner's syndrome?
What is a structure consisting of 2 or 3 tissues called as?
How many systems are there in a human body? Name them.
name the structures passing through juglar foramen.
A patient cannot supinate his hand, but has intact feeling-- which portion of the brachial plexus was severed?
You've been given the task of inserting the catheter for a patient scheduled for angioplasty. What anatomical landmarks are you looking for?
Which nerve root is associated with the platella reflexes?
Which hormones are involved in the urinary sytem of a human body?
How many systems are there in a human body?