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Re: True/False Questions Abdominal Cavity

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Posted by lae2 on October 06, 2017 at 08:05:57:

In Reply to: Re: True/False Questions Abdominal Cavity posted by CLP on October 02, 2017 at 09:00:00:

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: 1. The umbilical folds are folds of visceral peritoneum.
: a. False: are folds of parietal peritoneum Agree. Know the "underlying" (overlying really) structures.

: 2. The majority of the liver is covered by parietal peritoneum
: a. True: considered intraperitoneal Disagree. Visceral peritoneum

: 3. The pancreas is secondarily retroperitoneal and the aorta is primary retroperitoneal.
: a. True Agree. Know about the development of the pancreas.

: 4. The lesser omentum is made up of the hepatoduodenal and gastroduodenal ligaments.
: a. False: it is made up of hepatoduodenal and hepatogastric ligament Agree. No such thing as gastroduodenal ligament.
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: 5. The greater omentum is derived from dorsal mesentary.
: a. True Agree. Know the intervening ligaments as this dorsal mesentery approaches the posterior wall.

: 6. The gastrolienal and lienorenal ligaments are derived from ventral mesentery.
: a. False: derived from dorsal mesentery Agree. See #5.

: 7. The gastroduodenal and falciform ligaments have free edges of ventral mesentery.
: a. False Agree. See #4. Hepatoduodenal and falciform have free edges.

: 8. The ligamentum teres hepatis and the paraumbilical veins are within the falciform ligament.
: a. True Agree.

: 9. The lesser omentum is attached along the lesser curvature of the stomach.
: a. True Agree. Duodenum?

: 10. The transverse colon is secondarily retroperitoneal.
: a. False: intraperitoneal Agree. What is secondarily retro.

: 11. The sigmoid colon is suspended by the transverse mesocolon.
: a. False: suspended by sigmoid mesocolon Agree. Information contained by the name.

: 12. The taeniae coli are three in number.
: a. True Agree. Function? They become distally?

: 13. The duodenojejunal flexure is supported by the ligament of Treitz.
: a. True Agree. Know the anatomy of the ligament of Treitz.




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