" on inferior of liver. One vertical stick of the H is the dividing line for anatomicalright/left lobe and the other vertical stick is the divider for vascular halves. Stick that divides the liver intovascular halves is the one with vena cava impression (since vena cava carries blood, it's fortunate that it's thedivider for blood halves).
Knowledge Level 5, System: AlimentaryRobert O'Connor University College Dublin
Meckel's diverticulum details
Hi Yield [ID 72]
feet from end of ileum.
times more common in men.
% occurrence in population.
types of tissues may be present.Note: "
" means "
verticulum is the thing with all the
Knowledge Level 2, System: AlimentaryRobert O'Connor University College Dublin
Murphy's point organ [for Irish]
"Murphy was an Irishman (and Murphy is a classic Irish surname), and Ireland=green":Green organ in body is gallbladder, so Murphy's point is the gall bladder.
Knowledge Level 3, System: AlimentaryRobert O'Connor University College Dublin
Aorta vs. vena cava: right vs. left
Hi Yield [ID 2516]
letters, so aorta is on the right.
letters, so vena cava is on the left.
Knowledge Level 1, System: CardiovascularRobert O'Connor University College Dublin
Aortic arch: major branch order
ortic arch gives rise to:
rachiocephalic trunk left
ubclavianBeware though trick question of 'What is first branch of aorta?' Technically, it's the coronary arteries.
Knowledge Level 1, System: CardiovascularAnonymous Contributor
Hi Yield [ID 2681]
Knowledge Level 1, System: CardiovascularAmir A. Ghaferi Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Axillary artery branches
rayer":From proximal to distal:
nterior circumflex humeral
osterior circumflex humeral
Knowledge Level 3, System: CardiovascularMichael A. Chaplin SUNY-HSCB Downstate College of Medicine