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Board Review Series - Fix J.D.

Fix J.D. Board Review Series - London, 1995. - 430 p.
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9. All of the following statements concerning 12. All of the following statements concerning
the sacral division of the autonomic nervous the vagal nerve are correct EXCEPT it
system (ANS) are correct EXCEPT
(A) supplies the transverse colon
(A) it innervates the transverse colon (B) supplies the esophagus
(B) it innervates the descending colon (C) contains fibers from the carotid sinus
(C) it innervates the detrusor muscle of the (D) contains GVE fibers from the nucleus
urinary bladder ambiguus
(D) it includes sacral segments S2, S3, and S4 (E) contains fibers from the carotid body
(E) its postganglionic parasympathetic neu
rons are found in, on, or near the walls of 13. All of the following statements concerning
the organs that they innervate preganglionic parasympathetic fibers are cor
rect EXCEPT they
10. All of the following statements concern
(A) are found in the pelvic nerves
ing the innervation of blood vessels are cor (B) arise from the Edinger-Westphal nucleus
(C) arise from the nuclei of cranial nerves III,
(A) blood vessels receive a predominant sym VII, DC, and X
pathetic input (D) traverse the white communicating rami
(B) blood vessels contain cholinergic (mus- (E) project to the otic ganglion
carinic) receptors
(C) arterioles are well innervated 14. Homer's syndrome may result from all of
(D) capillaries seem to have no innervation the following lesions EXCEPT
(E) the predominant innervation is cholinergic
(A) carcinoma of the lung apex
(B) tumorous involvement of the cervical
11. Sympathetic stimulation results in all of lymph nodes
the following responses EXCEPT
(C) hemisection of the cervical spinal cord
(A) dilation of the pupil (D) thrombosis of the posterior inferior cere-
(B) contraction of the bladder bellar artery
(C) dilation of the bronchial lumina (E) destruction of the ciliary ganglion
(D) increased perspiration
(E) ejaculation

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Chapter 18 Autonomic Nervous System I 285

Directions: Each set of matching questions in this section consists of a list of four to twenty-
six lettered options (some of which may be in figures) followed by several numbered items. For
each numbered item, select the ONE lettered option that is most closely associated with it. To
avoid spending too much time on matching sets with large numbers of options, it is generally
advisable to begin each set by reading the list of options. Then, for each item in the set, try to
generate the correct answer and locate it in the option list, rather than evaluating each option
individually. Each lettered option may be selected once, more than once, or not at all.
Questions 15-19 Questions 20-25
Match each of the characteristics below with Match the characteristics below with the
the condition it best describes. appropriate neurotransmitter.
(A) Hirschsprung's disease (A) Acetylcholine (ACh)
(B) Homer's syndrome (B) Dopamine
(C) Peptic ulcer disease (C) Nitric oxide
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