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Are you good at applied anatomy?? :) Give these a try
« on: /September/ 30, 2005, 07:47:45 AM »

Q 1- A 42 year old man visits his doctor after his cousin , who has not seen him for year, notices a change in his appearnace . Overgrowth of his frontal bones and enlargement of his hands and feets have occured . The patient complains of a tingling sensation in the 1st , 2nd and 3rd digits of the right hand and loss of the coordination and strength of the right thumb. Which of the following nerves has most likely been affected?

a-anterior interosseous nerve
b-median nerve
c-musculocutaneous nerve
d-radial nerve
e-ulnar nerve

Q2- A large tumor mass impinges on the splenic artery and its branches as the artery passes out from below the gastric curvature of the stomach . Branches of which of the following arteries would most likely get affected by the pressure on the splenic artery?

a- left gastric
b-left gastroepiploic
c-right gastric
d-right gastroepiploic
e-short gastric

Q3- A patient complains to his physician that his thumb " does not work right" . The physician notes weakness of the thumb on extension , although rotation , flexion , abduction , adduction and opposition are normal . Which of the following nerves is most likely to be involved?

a-median and radial
b-median and ulnar
c-median only
d-radial only
e-ulnar only

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Re: Are you good at applied anatomy?? :) Give these a try
« Reply #1 on: /December/ 24, 2006, 06:06:26 AM »

Could someone please supply the answers  Smiley

I wouldnt want to mis-diagnose them

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