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Re: Pelvic Viscera Part II.

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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:

: True/False

: 1. Under non-pathological conditions, in the male, the peritoneal cavity is evacuated except for a small amount of fluid.
Affirmative.
: 2. Under non-pathological conditions, in the female, the peritoneal cavity communicates with the uterine cavity.
Negative.
: 3. Under non-pathological conditions, in the female, the peritoneal cavity may contain an egg.
Negative.
: 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.
Affirmative.
: 7. The mesometrium, mesosalpinx, and mesovarium are named parts of the broad ligament.
Affirmative.
: 8. The mesometrium, mesosalpinx, and mesovarium contain fibrous ligaments.
Negative.
: 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.
Negative. Visceral?
: 11. The ovarian ligament supports the inferior pole of the ovary and the suspensory ligament supports the superior pole of the ovary.
Affirmative
: 12. The infundibulum of the uterine tube intervenes between the fimbria and the ampulla.
Affirmative.
: 14. The uterine cavity communicates with the vagina by way of the internal and external os of the uterine canal.
Affirmative.
: 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.
Hard Negative.
: 17. The uterine artery passes along the superior surface of the uterosacral ligament.
Affirmative
: 18. The uterine fundus drains lymph primarily to upper lumbar nodes.
Affirmative
: 19. The uterine body drains lymph primarily to internal iliac and superficial inguinal nodes.
Negative
: 20. The uterine cervix drains lymph primarily to internal iliac nodes.
Affirmative

#18-20 I am quite unsure.



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