The obturator nervea.
Emerges from the lateral border of psoas( F )b.
Is formed from the posterior divisions of the second, third, and fourth lumbar nerves( F )c.
Passes lateral to the internal iliac vessels( T )d.
Lies below the obturator artery in the obturator foramen( F )e.
Is separated from the normally sited ovary only by the pelvic peritoneum( T )7.
In the cerebral cortexa.
The left visual field is represented in the right cerebral cortex( T )b.
The area directly concerned with movements of the face and hand is larger than that concerned with movements of legs and trunk( T )c.
In most people, the left side is more concerned with speech then the right side( T)d.
Pyramidal cells are present( T )e.
The blood supply is wholly from branches of the internal carotid arteries( F )8.
Consists chiefly of smooth muscle( F )b.
Has a supravaginal part which is related anteriorly to the ureter( F )c.
Has a supravaginal part which is covered with peritoneum, anteriorly(F )d.
Has pain sensation carried by the pelvic splanchnic nerves( T )e.
Is lined in its vaginal part by keratinised epithelium( F )9.
The right ureter lies in close relation ship toa.
Bifurcation of the right common iliac artery( T )b.
Infundibulopelvic ligament( T )c.
Uterine artery( T )d.
Inferior mesenteric artery( F )e.
Parietal attachment of the sigmoid mesocolon( F )10.
The pelvic surface of the sacruma.
Gives origin to the piriformis muscle( T )b.
Gives origin to the levator ani muscle( F )c.
Is broader in the male than in the female( F )d.
Transmits the dorsal rami of sacral nerves( F )e.
Is in contact with the anal canal( F )11.
In the fetal circulationa.
The ductus venosus delivers blood directly into the superior vena cava( F )b.
The umbilical artery returns blood from the placenta( F )