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Understanding the relationship between structures is vital for your GSSE exam preparation and revision

Question Type X – The Lingual Artery

Understanding the relationship of structures is vital for your exams. Many of our questions are aimed at re-enforcing these relationships within key anatomical regions. As requested, a head & neck multiple true/false questions!

You must know your head & neck anatomy in detail as it represents the majority of questions in the anatomy section of the GSSE. We have ensured that our question bank covers this extensively!

Please post comments below, we will reveal the answers next week. Happy studying!

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13/05/2020

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