Anatomy - Abdomen
2010/1: Identify the intra-abdominal structures visible on this CT scan. Describe the relations of the right kidney
2009/2: Identify the structures visible in this photo. Name the branches of the abdominal aorta. Name the branches of the celiac trunk and what do they supply
2009/1: Please identify the intra-abdominal structures visible in this CT scan. What are the relations of the pancreas? You will not be able to see all of them.
2009/1: What structures can you identify in this photograph? Describe the course of the ureters, and identify the ‘narrow’ points. What is the arterial blood supply of the ureter?
2008/2: Identify the structures present in this CT of the abdomen with contrast. Which structures are retroperitoneal? Demonstrate the potential spaces for fluid collection in the supine position
2008/1: Describe the branches of the abdominal aorta that supply the gut. Describe the arterial supply of the stomach. Describe the arterial branch of the colon.
2008/1: This is a photo of the posterior abdominal wall. Please identify the major structures. Describe the course of the ureter from the kidney to the bladder. What are the common sites of ureteric narrowing?
2007/2: What are the unpaired visceral branches of the abdominal aorta? What are the branches of the celiac trunk? Demonstrate the major venous structures in this photo.
2007/1: Outline the course of the ureters on the x ray. Outline the course of the abdominal aorta. What is the lymphatic drainage of the male genitalia.
2007/1: Identify the vascular structures adjacent to the left kidney Identify the ureter. What are the narrow points of the ureter?
2006/2: Demonstrate the main structures shown in the photograph. Describe the course and relations of the ureter.
2006/2: Please identify the relations of the liver as seen in this CT slice. What is the blood supply of the liver?
2006/1: Describe the anatomical layers passed by a needle in a mid line lumbar puncture. Describe some of the characteristics of the ligaments passed. What are the surface anatomical landmarks when performing a lumbar puncture.
2005/2: Please demonstrate the major anatomical structures on this x-ray. On this x-ray, please demonstrate the transpyloric plane. What are the structures defined by this plane?
2005/2: Please identify this structure. Please describe the course of the ureter from the kidney to the bladder. Please identify the major vascular structures immediately related to it. Please identify the places where the ureter is usually narrowed.
2005/1: Identify the major structures on this photograph. What are the relations of the right ureter on this picture?
2003/2: Using this photograph as a guide, demonstrate the distal aorta and it’s branches. What are the other branches of the abdominal aorta?
2003/1: What structures of the urinary tract can you identify on this photograph? Describe the relations of the right ureter.