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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Rectus abdominis

When performing an incision near the midline, you will not encounter any of the lateral wall muscles including the external oblique, internal oblique and transversus...Read More

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Saundra
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Visceral pericardium covers the surface of the heart, and parietal pericardium lines the walls of the heart.

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Sammit
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Skin, Camper s Fascia, Scarpa s Fascia, Rectus Sheath, Rectus Abdominis, Rectus Sheath, Extraperitoneal Fascia, Peritoneum

The Superficial Fascia is made up of Campers Fascia and Scarpas...Read More

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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
It is continuous with the Colles fascia

This fascia is continuous with the Dartos fascia, Colles fascia and superficial penile fascia. It is deeper and thinner than the Campers fascia.

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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Direct branches of the Aorta supply the lateral anterior abdominal wall

Posterior intercostal arteries, supplying the lateral borders of the anterior abdominal wall, originate directly off...Read More

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Sammit
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Left External Abdominal Oblique

Flexion of one external abdominal oblique turns the anterior abdomin to the opposite side. Flexion of one internal abdominal oblique turns the anterior...Read More

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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Splenorenal ligament

The spleen spans from about rib nine to rib ten. Therefore the fractured ribs should clue you in to a splenic rupture. The low blood volume, high heart rate, and...Read More

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Sammit
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Internal Abdominal Oblique

O External oblique contributes to external spermatic fascia o Internal oblique contributes to cremaster muscle/fascia o Transversalis fascia contributes to...Read More

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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Gastroduodenal artery

The Gastroduodenal artery is the only artery, which lies centrally in the transpyloric plane.

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Rossstudent
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Fascia transversalis

The posterior border throughout the inguinal canal is formed by the transversalis fascia, which is reinforced medially by the conjoint tendon (transversalis abdominis +...Read More

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EMEA
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Restore abdominal wall and take down hernia

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 30, 2020
Lymph drains to the hepatic and celiac lymph nodes-2. innervation is partly from thoracic splanchnic nerves-if you know that the vagus supplies the parasympathetic innervation, then you know that b...Read More

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