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By Christopher Wood

This is often the one revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over two hundred questions grouped via anatomical area, each one with 5 true/false elements.

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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. This neurovascular bundle emerges superior to piriformis, having emerged through the greater sciatic foramen. c. The iliotibial tract blends with the lateral part of the capsule of the hip joint.

They act to evert the foot and are also weak plantarflexors. They have a notable role in plantarflexion if the tibial nerve is damaged. Peroneus longus also contributes to maintaining the arches of the foot. during a fasciotomy. The posterior intermuscular septum separates the posterior compartment from the lateral compartment. Explanations b. The tibial nerve is a terminal branch of the sciatic nerve and runs through the popliteal compartment into the posterior compartment through a tendinous arch in soleus.

The pulmonary trunk arises anterior to the aorta. 16 Which statement about the right atrium is incorrect? ٗ a. The crista terminalis separates the smooth walled part from the rough walled part. ٗ b. The opening of the inferior vena cava into the right atrium is valveless. ٗ c. It contains the embryological remnant of the foramen ovale. ٗ d. It receives the coronary sinus. ٗ e. The smooth walled part is derived from the sinus venosus of the primitive heart tube. 17 Which statement about the left ventricle is correct?

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