Spot Test 1 - Corpse

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Name nr.1

    Explanation
    The given correct answer lists three variations of the same term, which is "platysma." The term refers to a thin, superficial muscle located in the neck region. It extends from the chest upwards to the lower jaw and is responsible for various movements of the lower face and neck. The variations provided in the answer, including "m.platysma" and "platysma muscle," are alternative ways of referring to the same anatomical structure.

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    Name nr.2

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "omohyoid muscle, m.omohyoid". This answer indicates that the term "omohyoid muscle" is the correct name for the muscle in question, and "m.omohyoid" is the corresponding abbreviation or shorthand for the muscle.

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    Name nr.3

    Explanation
    The correct answer is sternocleidomastoid muscle, m.sternocleidomastoid, sternocleidomastoid. These three options all refer to the same structure in the body. The sternocleidomastoid muscle is a large muscle in the neck that helps with head and neck movements. The "m." prefix is a common abbreviation for muscle, so "m.sternocleidomastoid" is another way of referring to the same muscle. Lastly, "sternocleidomastoid" is the full name of the muscle without any abbreviations.

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    Name nr.4

    Explanation
    The given answer options all refer to the same muscle, which is the pectoralis minor. The different variations in the names, such as "pectoralis minor muscle" and "m.pectoralis minor," are just different ways of denoting the same muscle. Therefore, any of these options would be correct.

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    Name nr.8

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "pterygoid. lat. m." because it is the abbreviation for "pterygoid lateralis muscle," which is the correct anatomical term for the muscle being described in the given information. The other options provided are either incorrect abbreviations or variations of the correct term.

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    Name nr.9

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "masseter, masseter muscle, m.masseter." These terms all refer to the same muscle in the body. The masseter muscle is a powerful muscle located in the jaw that is responsible for closing the jaw during chewing. It is often referred to as the masseter or m.masseter for short.

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  • 8. 

    Name nr.10

    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "medial meniscus, meniscus medialis". The medial meniscus refers to a crescent-shaped cartilage structure located on the inner side of the knee joint. It helps to distribute body weight and absorb shock during movement. "Meniscus medialis" is the Latin term for medial meniscus. Both terms refer to the same anatomical structure.

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    Name nr.16

    Explanation
    The foramen ovale is a small opening in the interatrial septum of the heart that allows blood to bypass the lungs in fetal circulation. During fetal development, the foramen ovale allows oxygenated blood from the placenta to enter the left atrium and then be pumped out to the body. After birth, when the lungs become functional, the foramen ovale usually closes, redirecting blood flow through the pulmonary circuit. However, in some individuals, the foramen ovale may remain partially open, causing a condition called a patent foramen ovale.

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    Name nr.21

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    Name nr.22

    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is "septum nasi, nasal septum." The term "septum nasi" refers to the nasal septum, which is the partition that divides the nasal cavity into two separate chambers. It is made up of cartilage and bone and helps to support the structure of the nose. The term "nasal septum" is another way of referring to the same anatomical structure.

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    Name nr.23

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "maxillary sinus, sinus of maxilla." The maxillary sinus is a cavity located in the maxilla, which is the upper jawbone. It is one of the four pairs of paranasal sinuses found in the human skull. The term "sinus of maxilla" is another way of referring to the same structure. Both terms accurately describe the anatomical location of the sinus in the maxilla bone.

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    Name nr.13

    Explanation
    The correct answer is foramen ovale. The foramen ovale is a small opening in the interatrial septum of the heart that allows blood to bypass the lungs in fetal circulation. During fetal development, oxygenated blood from the placenta is directed through the foramen ovale into the left atrium, where it is then pumped out to the rest of the body. After birth, the foramen ovale typically closes, allowing blood to flow properly through the heart and lungs.

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    Name nr.14

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    Name nr.24

    Explanation
    The given answer includes three different names that refer to the same bone in the human body. The scaphoid bone, also known as os scaphoideum, is one of the carpal bones located in the wrist. It is shaped like a boat or a "navicular" bone, and it is important for maintaining stability and mobility in the wrist joint. The answer provided lists all three commonly used names for this bone, making it a correct and comprehensive response.

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    Name nr.25

    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is "Lunate, Lunate bone." This suggests that both "Lunate" and "Lunate bone" are correct answers for the given name, nr.25. It implies that the name refers to either the bone itself or the specific term used to describe it.

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  • 20. 

    Name nr.7

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "concha inferior, inferior concha, inferior nasal concha." These terms all refer to the same anatomical structure in the nasal cavity. The concha inferior, also known as the inferior concha or inferior nasal concha, is a curved bone that helps to humidify and filter the air we breathe. It is located on the lateral wall of the nasal cavity and plays a role in directing airflow.

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  • 21. 

    Name nr.6

    Explanation
    The correct answer is TMJ disc, temporomandibular joint disc. The TMJ disc, also known as the temporomandibular joint disc, is a structure located between the mandible (lower jaw) and the temporal bone of the skull. It acts as a cushion and allows for smooth movement of the jaw during activities such as chewing and speaking.

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  • 22. 

    Name nr.17

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "mastoid process." The mastoid process is a bony protrusion located behind the ear. It is an important landmark in anatomy and serves as an attachment site for various muscles. The mastoid process also contains air cells that communicate with the middle ear, playing a role in the regulation of pressure. Additionally, it can be palpated during a physical examination to assess for any abnormalities or inflammation.

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  • 23. 

    Name nr.19

    Explanation
    The mastoid incisure refers to a small notch or indentation located on the inferior surface of the temporal bone, near the mastoid process. It serves as a landmark for various structures, such as the sigmoid sinus and the posterior belly of the digastric muscle.

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  • 24. 

    Content of foramen

    Explanation
    The content of the foramen mentioned in the question is the vertebral artery. The vertebral artery is an important blood vessel that runs through the foramen in the vertebrae of the spine. It supplies blood to the brain and other important structures in the head and neck region. The abbreviation "vertebral.a" likely refers to the vertebral artery as well.

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  • 25. 

    Name nr.1

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "m.zygomaticus maj, zygomatic major muscle, zygomatic major, m.zygomatic major." These are all different ways to refer to the same muscle, which is the zygomatic major muscle. The "m." prefix is often used to indicate a muscle, and "maj" is an abbreviation for major. The zygomatic major muscle is located in the face and is responsible for elevating the corners of the mouth, creating a smile.

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