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OSPE Nerves

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‫اللهم ال سهل اال ما جعلته سهل وأنت جتعل احلزن اذا شئت سهل‬
Important Points
1. Read the questions carefully.
2. Make sure your write the FULL name of the structures with the
correct spelling.
Example: SVC ✕ Superior Vena Cava ✓
Thoracic aorta ✕ Descending thoracic aorta ✓
3. There is NO guarantee whether or not the exam will go out of this
Good luck!
Identify :
A: Superior vena cava.
B: Musculi pectinate of right atrium.
C: Fossa ovalis.
D: Opening of coronary sinus.
E: Right ventricle.

a. Pulmonary valve.
b. Tricuspid valve (right atrioventricular valve).
c. Chordae tendineae.
d. Papillary muscle. b

e. Moderator band. c

Identify :
a. Internal jugular vein.
b. Facial vein.
c. Subclavian vein.
d. Brachiocephalic vein
e. Vertebral vein. b

c d
Identify :
a. Right adrenal (suprarenal) vein b c
b. Renal vein
c. Left gonadal vein
d. Inferior vena cava
e. Common iliac vein e
Identify :
A: Left pulmonary veins.
B: Coronary sinus/sulcus. D
C: Left ventricle.
D :Right pulmonary veins.
E: Inferior vena cava.
F: Left atrium.
Identify :
A= External carotid artery
B= Facial artery
C= Internal carotid artery
D= Common carotid artery
Identify :

F Note: they might show you

the veins but from the
posterior view. Make sure
you can tell which side is
medial and which side is
lateral (anatomically) to
answer correctly.

A. Basilar artery
B. Internal carotid artery A. Basilic vein
C. Brachiocephalic trunk B. Cephalic vein
D. Arch of aorta C. Brachial vein
E. Vertebral D. Axillary vein
F. Common Carotid E. Subclavian vein
The heart is surrounded by a fibroserous sac called pericardium which is differentiated into:

an outer fibrous layer inner serous sac (Serous

(Fibrous pericardium) pericardium).

Apex of the Heart

o It is formed by the left ventricle.
o Lies at the level of left 5th intercostal space (3.5 inch from midline.)

Arch of Aorta
o Continuation of the ascending aorta.
o Leads to descending aorta.
o Located behind the lower part of manubrium sterni and on the left side of trachea.
o Branches :
1. Brachiocephalic trunk.
2. Left common carotid artery.
3. Left subclavian artery.
Ascending aorta
o Originates from left ventricle.
o Continues as the arch of aorta
o Has three dilatations at its base, called aortic sinuses
o Branches :
Right & Left coronary arteries (supplying heart), arise from aortic sinuses.
Identify :
A= Portal vein
B= Splenic vein
C= Superior mesenteric vein
D= Inferior mesenteric vein

Immediately before reaching the liver, the portal vein
divides into right and left that enter the liver.

right and left gastric veins,
cystic vein,
para-umbilical veins.
Identify :
A= Internal jugular vein
B= External jugular vein
C= Subclavian vein
D= Right brachio-cephalic vein
External jugular vein Common carotid (internal & external)
o Superficial Veins
o The internal has No branch in the neck
o Lies superficial to the sternomastoid muscle
o It drains blood from: o It will join basilar artery to form arterial circle of Willis’
• Outside of the skull o It supplies : Nose , Scalp , Eyes
• Deep parts of the face.
o External carotid : it divides behind the neck of
Internal jugular vein
mandible into superficial temporal & maxillary arteries.
o Deep Veins
o Drains blood from the brain ,face, head & neck.
o It descends in the neck along with the internal and
Subclavian artery:
common carotid arteries and vagus nerve ,within the
carotid sheath. o Its main branches:
o Joins the subclavian vein to form the brachiocephalic vein. 1.Thyrocervical trunk: supplies thyroid gland & neck
o Tributaries: 2.Vertebral artery: supplies brain & spinal cord (passes
• Superior thyroid through transversus processes of the cervical
• Lingual vertebrae)
• Facial 3.Internal thoracic artery: supplies breast & thoracic wall
• Pharyngeal. o Right subclavian + Right common carotid form
• Occipital veins Brachiocephalic trunk But the left one forms Arch of
• Dural venous sinuses (inferior petrosal sinus). aorta.
Done by:
Mohammed Ghandour
Mohammed Alyousef
Jawaher Abanumy

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