Posted by Daniel on October 11, 2017 at 08:26:34:
In Reply to: Pelvic Viscera Part II. posted by lae2 on October 10, 2017 at 14:24:15:
: 1. Under non-pathological conditions, in the male, the peritoneal cavity is evacuated except for a small amount of fluid.
: 2. Under non-pathological conditions, in the female, the peritoneal cavity communicates with the uterine cavity.
: 3. Under non-pathological conditions, in the female, the peritoneal cavity may contain an egg.
: 4. Under non-pathological conditions, in the female, the peritoneal cavity is at negative pressure.
Affirmative. Due to lung and mechanisms of breathing?
: 5. The broad ligament is a named part of the mesometrium.
Negative. It is flip flopped.
: 6. The mesometrium is a named part of the broad ligament.
: 7. The mesometrium, mesosalpinx, and mesovarium are named parts of the broad ligament.
: 8. The mesometrium, mesosalpinx, and mesovarium contain fibrous ligaments.
: 9. The mesometrium, mesosalpinx, and mesovarium contain parametrium.
Negative. Parametrium is contained to the wall of the uterus?
: 10. The suspensory ligament provides a fibrous support for the ovary.
: 11. The ovarian ligament supports the inferior pole of the ovary and the suspensory ligament supports the superior pole of the ovary.
: 12. The infundibulum of the uterine tube intervenes between the fimbria and the ampulla.
: 14. The uterine cavity communicates with the vagina by way of the internal and external os of the uterine canal.
: 15. The uterine cavity communicates with the peritoneal cavity by way of the uterine tube.
I feel like this could be Affirmative but, Negative.
: 16. The right uterine tube and the left ovary are normal. Pregnancy may occur despite that the left uterine tube is not patent and the right ovary is not functional.
: 17. The uterine artery passes along the superior surface of the uterosacral ligament.
: 18. The uterine fundus drains lymph primarily to upper lumbar nodes.
: 19. The uterine body drains lymph primarily to internal iliac and superficial inguinal nodes.
: 20. The uterine cervix drains lymph primarily to internal iliac nodes.
#18-20 I am quite unsure.
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