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A 37-year-old woman has a renal cell carcinoma confined within the fascia of the right kidney. During nephrectomy using a posterolateral approach, which of the following layers is normally incised?
A) Costal pleura
B) Diaphragmatic pleura
C) Parietal peritoneum
D) Transversalis fascia
E) Visceral peritoneum
Q2-A 52 y/o caucasian male is brought to the ER after repeated coffee-ground vomiting.After initial stabilization, endoscopy is performed revealing a deep, bleeding ulcer on the POSTERIOR WALL of the DUODENAL BULB.This ulcer has most likely penetrated which of the following arteries?
***Has anyone come across these questions while prepping? I would like to prep from the resources that these questions came from! Thanks!!!
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