Upper GI Anatomy and Abnormalities

1. Which of these statements is true?

  • Pyloric stenosis may present as an olive sized mass in the left upper quadrant
  • The gastrosplenic ligament contains short gastric arteries
  • The gastrosplenic ligament connects the lesser curvature of the stomach with the hilum of the spleen
  • The gastrosplenic ligament contains the splenic artery and vein
1 of 14

Other questions in this quiz

2. The sympathetic innervation of the liver comes from which?

  • The coeliac plexus
  • The phrenic nerve
  • The vagus nerve
  • The lower intercostal nerves

3. Which of these statements is true?

  • 25% of the livers blood supply comes from the hepatic portal vein
  • The hepatic artery is a branch of the superior mesenteric artery
  • 25% of the livers blood supply comes from the hepatic artery
  • 50% of the livers blood supply comes from the hepatic artery

4. Which of these statements is true?

  • The hepatoduodenal ligament is part of the greater omentum
  • The ligamentum teres comes from the inferior free edge of the falciform ligament
  • The falciform ligament gives rise to the triangular ligaments
  • The falciform ligament is present on the posterior surface of the liver

5. The posterior liver drains into which lymph nodes?

  • Hepatic then colic
  • Hepatic then thoracic duct
  • Phrenic and posterior mediastinal
  • Phrenic and anterior mediastinal

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Medicine resources:

See all Medicine resources »See all Gastroenterology resources »