[Anatomy] The Pelvis and Perineum Quizzes – Part 5 (20 questions)

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[Anatomy] The Pelvis and Perineum Quizzes – Part 5 (20 questions)
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Helicine arteries are located in which of the following structures?

The deep arteries of the penis are the main vessels supplying the cavernous spaces in the erectile tissue of the corpora cavernosa and are therefore involved in the erection of the penis. They give off numerous branches that open directly into the cavernous spaces. When the penis is flaccid, these arteries are coiled and therefore are called helicine arteries

 

 

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81. The paraurethral glands are homologues to which of the following structures?
(A) testes
(B) prostate
(C) seminal vesicles
(D) bulbourethral glands
(E) epididymis
82. Lithotripsy uses shock waves to break up which of the following structures?
(A) blood clots
(B) foreign bodies
(C) small tumors
(D) urinary calculi
(E) abscesses
83. Which of the following areas contributes to the major part of the prostate?
(A) anterior lobe
(B) isthmus

(C) posterior lobe
(D) lateral lobes
(E) middle lobe

84. The relationship (“water passing under the bridge”) is an especially important one for surgeons ligating which of the following arteries?
(A) ovarian
(B) testicular
(C) uterine
(D) vaginal
(E) obturator
85. Immediately superior to the perineal membrane is located which of the following muscles?
(A) obturator internus
(B) levator ani
(C) bulbocavernosus
(D) ischiocavernous
(E) deep transverse perineal
86. The navicular fossa is located in which of the following structures?
(A) bulb of the penis
(B) prostate
(C) membranous urethra
(D) glans penis
(E) neck of bladder
87. All of the following nerves provide innervation to the scrotum EXCEPT
(A) obturator
(B) ilioinguinal
(C) genitofemoral
(D) pudendal
(E) posterior femoral cutaneous
88. All of the following structures surround the corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum EXCEPT
(A) loose areolar tissue
(B) deep fascia
(C) tunica albuginea
(D) skin
(E) tunica dartos
89. Which of the following arteries gives rise to the deferential artery?
(A) internal pudendal
(B) testicular
(C) inferior vesicle
(D) obturator
(E) umbilical
90. Which of the following structures is located at the free anterior borders of the levator ani?
(A) coccygeus muscle
(B) piriformis muscle
(C) urogenital hiatus
(D) obturator internus muscle
(E) rectum
91. Which of the following structures form a U-shaped sling around the anorectal junction?
(A) sacrospinous ligament
(B) anococcygeal ligament
(C) superficial transverse perineal muscle
(D) puborectalis muscle
(E) sacrotuberous ligament
92. Which of the following muscles is the larger part and most important muscle in the pelvic floor?
(A) coccygeus
(B) obturator internus
(C) piriformis
(D) deep transverse perineal muscle
(E) levator ani
93. Which of the following muscles passes through the lesser sciatic foramen?
(A) obturator internus
(B) piriformis
(C) puborectalis
(D) pubococcygeus
(E) iliococcygeus
94. Which of the following muscles leaves the lesser pelvis through the greater sciatic foramen?
(A) pubococcygeus
(B) iliococcygeus

(C) puborectalis
(D) piriformis
(E) coccygeus

95. The pelvic splanchnic nerves contain which of the following?
(A) somatic afferents
(B) sympathetic fibers
(C) parasympathetic fibers
(D) special visceral efferents
(E) special somatic afferents
96. The internal iliac artery is crossed by which of the following structures at the level of the 4th intervertebral disc between L5 and S1?
(A) puborectalis muscle
(B) ureter
(C) obturator nerve
(D) umbilical artery
(E) tendinous arch of the levator ani
97. The superior end of the vagina surrounds which of the following structures?
(A) round ligament
(B) urogenital hiatus
(C) urethra
(D) cervix
(E) neck of bladder
98. Which of the following nerves innervates the lower one fourth of the vagina?
(A) pelvic splanchnics
(B) lumbar splanchnics
(C) pudendal
(D) superior hypogastric plexus
(E) inferior hypogastric plexus
99. Which of the following structures forms the mesentery of the uterus?
(A) round ligament of the uterus
(B) mesosalpinx
(C) pelvic diaphragm
(D) endopelvic fascia
(E) mesometrium
100. The posterior part of the tendinous arch of pelvic fascia forms which of the following ligaments?
(A) puboprostatic

(B) pubovesicle
(C) transverse cervical
(D) sacrogenital
(E) sacrospinous

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