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By Marios Loukas, Stephen W. Carmichael, Gene L. Colborn, Peter H. Abrahams

This easy-to-use source is helping you relate anatomy to scientific perform and go your tests. greater than 500 excessive yield questions, in strict USMLE layout, problem your take hold of of anatomical wisdom and the anatomical foundation of disorder. Abundantly illustrated with medical images and radiologic photos and with references to extra examining in that textual content, Gray's Anatomy evaluation is your vital source for either in direction examinations and the USMLE Step 1.* offers over 500 fine quality, USMLE-style inquiries to reflect the particular exam.

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* comprises photos and radiologic images.

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By Marios Loukas, Stephen W. Carmichael, Gene L. Colborn, Peter H. Abrahams

This easy-to-use source is helping you relate anatomy to scientific perform and go your tests. greater than 500 excessive yield questions, in strict USMLE layout, problem your take hold of of anatomical wisdom and the anatomical foundation of disorder. Abundantly illustrated with medical images and radiologic photos and with references to extra examining in that textual content, Gray's Anatomy evaluation is your vital source for either in direction examinations and the USMLE Step 1.* offers over 500 fine quality, USMLE-style inquiries to reflect the particular exam.

* absolutely explains solutions with rationales to function extra review.

* comprises photos and radiologic images.

* References Gray's Anatomy for college kids that can assist you locate extra distinctive details from the best resources available.

* Keys solutions and factors to Gray's Anatomy for college kids and Gray's Atlas of Anatomy

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Nuchal ligament 62 A 6-year-old boy is admitted to the hospital with coughing and dyspnea. During taking of the history he complains that it feels like there is glass in his lungs. Auscultation reveals abnormal lung sounds. The abnormal lung sounds are heard most clearly during inhalation with the scapulae abducted. Which of the following form the borders of a triangular space where one should place the stethoscope in order to best hear the lung sounds? A. Latissimus dorsi, trapezius, medial border of scapula B.

The spinal accessory nerve is the eleventh cranial nerve (CN XI) and innervates both the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles. The loss of CN XI results in drooping of the shoulder due to paralysis of the trapezius. In addition to the clinical findings of the MRI, one can test the innervation of this nerve by asking the patient to shrug his or her shoulders against resistance (testing the trapezius), as well as turning his or her head against resistance (testing the sternocleidomastoid). The dorsal scapular nerve innervates the levator scapulae muscle, as well as the rhomboids.

He has severe pain radiating across his back and down his left upper limb. He supports his left upper limb with his right, holding it close to his body. Any attempt to move the left upper limb greatly increases the pain. A radiograph is ordered and reveals an unusual sagittal fracture through the spine of the left scapula. The fracture extends superiorly toward the suprascapular notch. Which nerve is most likely affected? A. Suprascapular nerve B. Thoracodorsal nerve C. Axillary nerve D. Subscapular nerve E.

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