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D. Muscles: several groups of muscles connect the pelvis to the femur, providing both movement and stability. Muscular action and tone are a major component of hip joint stability. The psoas major and iliacus muscles are the principal hip flexors. Other muscles which contribute include pectineus, rectus femoris, adductor longus and sartorius. Psoas major is supplied by the ventral rami of L1 and L2 spinal nerves, with a small contribution from L3. Iliacus is innervated by the femoral nerve (L2–4).

The lateral cord is formed from the anterior divisions of the upper and middle trunks; whereas the medial cord is a continuation of the anterior division of the lower trunk. VII. The branches of the lateral cord are the musculocutaneous nerve, the lateral pectoral nerve and the lateral root of the median nerve. The medial cord contributes the other root to the median nerve and also gives off the medial pectoral nerve, medial cutaneous nerve of the arm, medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm and the ulnar nerve.

In which part of the mediastinum is the heart contained? X. What are the boundaries of the mediastinum? XI. What are the contents of the superior mediastinum? 5: XII. What is structure A? XIII. What is structure B? XIV. What is structure C? XV. What is structure D? XVI. What is structure E? XVII. What is structure F, and what is its function? XVIII. 6. 6 Question 3 Scenario: A patient presents to clinic complaining of weight loss and dysphagia. Following an endoscopy, a diagnosis of oesophageal cancer is made.

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