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Lecture 60: Root of Neck - True False

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Posted by lae2 on December 05, 2021 at 14:04:51:

True False Questions
1. The apex of the vertebral triangle is at the transverse process of C5.
2. A cervical rib may be present at C7.
3. Compression of the contents of the interscalene triangle may occur if a cervical rib is present.
4. The vertebral artery is typically the most proximal branch of the subclavian artery.
5. The thyrocervical trunk is medial to the anterior scalene muscle and, thus, is in the vertebral triangle.
6. The inferior thyroid artery crosses anterior to the longus colli muscle and posterior to the carotid sheath.
7. The three parts of the subclavian artery are referenced to the pectoralis minor muscle.
8. The thyrocervical trunk and vertebral artery arise from the superior margin of the subclavian artery.
9. The costocervical trunk arises from the posterior margin of the subclavian artery.
10. The internal thoracic artery arises from the inferior margin of the subclavian artery.
11. The vertebral artery enters the transverse process of the C7 along with the vertebral vein.
12. The inferior cervical ganglion is often fused with the T1 sympathetic trunk ganglion to form the stellate ganglion.
13. The ansa subclavia innervates the infrahyoid muscles.
14. The internal carotid nerve enters the carotid canal to then ramify around the internal carotid artery and form the internal carotid plexus.
15. The internal carotid nerve is a superior extension of the superior cervical sympathetic trunk ganglion.
16. The interscalene triangle contains the brachial plexus and the subclavian artery.
17. The suprapleural membrane extends superior to the level of the first rib.


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