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By Simon Overstall

Fully revised and up to date in gentle of the alterations to the structure of the MRCS exam, this moment variation of Get via MRCS: Anatomy offers applicants with the data and perform worthy for excelling on the demanding MRCS half B OSCE exam.

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Written by means of the skilled writer of the hugely profitable first version, Simon Overstall has vast wisdom of the examination, either in instructing offline classes and authoring MRCS revision texts. Get via MRCS: Anatomy is key studying for MRCS applicants eager to in attaining professional anatomical wisdom and to eventually earn excessive effects inside of their postgraduate examinations.

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What nerves may be damaged during a submandibular gland excision? Which vessels are usually encountered during the approach to the submandibular gland? Which muscle separates the submandibular gland into deep and superficial lobes? What are the attachments and nerve supply of this muscle? Where do the submandibular ducts open inside the mouth? What is the nerve supply to the submandibular gland? Compare the acini type of the parotid, lingual and submandibular glands. Salivary gland stones are most common in which gland?

The brachial plexus originates from the ventral primary rami of C5, C6, C7, C8 and T1. None: all the branches exit the brachial plexus before or after the divisions. Practise drawing the basic pattern of the brachial plexus using a simplified line diagram like the one shown here. Then fill in the branches: Branches Dorsal scapular C5 ANTERIOR SUPERIOR POS C6 C7 Lateral pectoral Suprascapular LATERAL TE Nerve to subclavius OR OR I ER Axillary POSTERIOR T AN MIDDLE OR RI PO ANTERIOR INFERIOR T1 Radial POSTERIOR E ST C8 Musculocutaneous RI Lower subscapular Thoracodorsal Upper subscapular Median MEDIAL Ulnar Medial cutaneous nerve of forearm Medial cutaneous nerve of arm Medial pectoral Long thoracic Three branches from the roots: − dorsal scapular nerve from C5 − nerve to subclavius from C5 and C6 − long thoracic nerve from C5 and C6 and C7.

3. The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles (remember ‘SITS’): L supraspinatus L infraspinatus L teres minor L subscapularis. These four muscles blend their tendinous insertions into the articular capsule of the glenohumeral joint. This arrangement holds the humerus tightly in position, giving greater stability to the shoulder joint but still allowing a large range of movement. 4. Many types of movement occur at the shoulder joint, including flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, circumduction and rotation.

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