E. The right side of the liver is fed by the portal vein and the left side by the hepatic artery.
C. There are six segments on the right side and two on the left side.
D. The quadrate lobe is identical with segment 1.
B. The division between the right and left sides of the liver is through the gallbladder bed.
A. The falciform ligament represents the division into right and left sides of the liver.
E. the pelvis of the right ureter
C. the inferior vena cava
A. the head of the pancreas
D. the left supra renal gland
B. the right sympathetic chain
D. superior pancreatic-duodenal artery.
B. left gastric artery.
E. short gastric arteries.
A. superior mesenteric artery.
C. splenic artery.
D. the superior pancreatic-duodenal artery
E. the short gastric arteries
A. the superior mesenteric artery
B. the left gastric artery
C. the splenic artery
A. commences at the level of the third lumbar vertebra
E. receives the left gastric vein
C. lies anterior to the bile duct
B. is formed by the union of the splenic and inferior mesenteric veins
D. has a valve at its commencement
C. lies to the left of the hepatic artery
E. receives the right and left hepatic ducts
A. lies over the inferior vena cava in the middle 1/3 of its course
D. opens into the duodenum at the vertebral level of L3
B. is about 12 cm long in the adult
A. is lined by tall columnar, non-mucus secreting epithelium
C. passes anterior to the right renal vein
E. is about 14 cm in length
B. is formed by the right and left hepatic ducts
D. lies to the left of the hepatic artery
C. is directed downwards, backwards, and laterally from the fundus to duct
B. is in contact extraperitoneally with the duodenum
E. has a submucosa with mucous glands
A. is lined by simple columnar epithelium
D. has considerable smooth muscle in its wall
B. bed lies entirely within the functional right lobe of the liver
E. has a submucosa in its wall
D. neck is an anterior relation of the right kidney
A. bed forms one border of the caudate lobe of the liver
C. contains mucus-secreting glands in the mucosa of its body
E. the gastroduodenal artery
D. the right branch of the hepatic artery
B. the hepatic artery directly before its bifurcation
C. the right gastric artery
A. has a convex surface related to the diaphragm and quadratus lumborum muscles
D. is in the supra colic compartment
B. has a long axis which lies along the line of the seventh rib
E. develops from the ventral mesogastrium
C. projects into the lesser sac
D. lies within the lesser sac
A. extends forward to the left costal margin
B. receives its main blood supply via the gastrolienal ligament
C. develops in the ventral mesogastrium
E. develops in the dorsal mesogastrium
A. is valveless
B. empties into the inferior vena cava
C. joins the superior mesenteric vein behind the body of pancreas
E. has none of the above properties
D. receives the left testicular vein
D. usually passes between the two crura of the diaphragm
A. commences about 25 cm from the incisor teeth in the average adult
C. is anterior to the thoracic aorta above the diaphragm
B. is constricted to some extent by the right main bronchus
E. has a thickening of circular muscle at its lower end just below the diaphragm
E. The splenic artery.
B. The gastro-omental arcade.
D. The posterior gastric artery.
A. The left gastric artery.
C. The short gastric vessels.
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