Anatomy Questions for the MRCS by Christopher Wood

By Christopher Wood

This can be the single revision source dedicated to anatomy at MRCS point with over 2 hundred questions grouped by way of anatomical area, every one with 5 true/false elements.

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Written by way of authors with first-hand adventure of the present MRCS exam layout and with skilled senior consultant, this hugely unique textual content is a must have for all MRCS applicants and a useful gizmo for scientific scholars getting ready for surgical examinations.

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A. The medial meniscus is larger than the lateral meniscus. ٗ b. The lateral meniscus is attached to the lateral collateral ligament. ٗ c. The transverse ligament of the knee attaches to both menisci. ٗ d. The anterior cruciate ligament prevents hyperextension of the knee. ٗ e. The posterior cruciate ligament inserts onto the medial femoral condyle. 16 Which statement correctly describes the anterior compartment of the leg? ٗ a. It is separated from the posterior compartment by the anterior intermuscular septum.

There are three compartments but only two intermuscular septa. The lateral intermuscular septum separates the anterior compartment from the posterior compartment and the medial intermuscular septum separates the posterior from the medial compartment. The adductor magnus muscle is considered to separate the medial and posterior compartments, as it has an adductor and a hamstring portion. 7 c. The quadriceps femoris tendon inserts into the superior aspect of the patella, and continues to include the patella as a sesamoid bone.

C. The femoral canal is a potential space which lies medial to the femoral vein. The proximal end of the canal is known as the femoral ring and is bordered anteriorly by the inguinal ligament, laterally by the femoral vein, posteriorly by the pectineal ligament (of Astley Cooper) and pectineus muscle, and medially by the lacunar ligament (Gimbernat’s ligament). d. This is due to the wider female pelvis. Femoral hernias are therefore more common in the female. 40 e. Cloquet’s node is a lymph node that usually occupies the femoral canal and drains the skin of perineum.

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