Diaphragm and Posterior Abdominal Wall

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Can you name the Structures of the Diaphragm and Posterior Abdominal Wall?

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8. Identify.
the right superior phrenic vein empties into what?
26. Identify.
34. Identify.
20. Identify Opening.
innervation of the illacus
28. Identify.
the psoas fascia is thickened superiorly to form the ____ ____ ligament.
4. Identify.
the posterior and middle portions of the thoracocolumbar fascia covers what muscle?
16. Identify.
27. Identify.
spinal roots of the lateral cutaneous nerve of the thigh
motor innervation of the diaphragm
innervation of the quadratus lumborum
true or false: the diaphragm is the principal muscle of inspiration
these arteries supply the inferior portion of the diaphragm
musculotendinous bundles that arise from the anterior surfaces of the bodies of the 3 superior lumbar vertebrae, anterior longitudinal ligament, and the IV discs
spinal roots of the femoral nerve
35. Identify.
the pericardiacophrenic and musculophrenic veins drain into what?
the anterior portion of the thoracocolumbar fascia is thickened superiorly to form the ___ ____ ligament.
the anterior portion of the thoracocolumbar fascia covers what muscle?
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spinal roots of the genitofemoral nerve
the left and right crura are united by the ____ ____ ligament.
6. Identify.
thickening of fascia over the psoas that attaches the diaphragm
17. Identify.
the posterior abdominal wall is covered with ______ fasica.
19. Identify portion of the diaphragm.
18. Identify.
this nerve arises from the anterior rami of T12
9. Identify branch.
12. Identify.
31. Identify.
24. Identify opening.
7. Identify.
provides sensory innervation to the lateral portions of the diaphragm
true or false: the right diaphragmatic crus is shorter than the left.
22. Identify portion of the diaphragm.
25. Identify.
the opening that allows the aorta to pass from the thorax to the abdomen
32. Identify.
21. Identify.
branches of the internal thoracic artery that supply the superior portion of the diaphragm
branches of the thoracic aorta that supply the superior portion of the diaphragm
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innervation of the psoas major
11. Identify.
spinal roots of the obturator nerve
23. Identify tendon.
dome shaped, musculotendinous partition separating the thoracic and abdominal cavities
29. Identify.
2. Identify.
30. Identify.
spinal root of the ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerves
the opening that allows the esophagus to pass from the thorax to the abdomen
5. Identify.
14. Identify.
the opening that allows the IVC to pass from the thorax to the abdomen
13. Identify.
spinal roots of the lumbosacral trunk
3. Identify.
10. Identify branch.
1. Identify.
thickening of fascia over the quadratus lumborum that attaches the diaphragm
15. Identify.
provides sensory innervation to most of the diaphragm
33. Identify.
fascia covering the psoas major and is attached medially to the lumbar vertebrae and pelvic brim

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