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GSSE spot test to assist with your GSSE preparation and revision

Upper Gastrointestinal Spot Test!

Here’s a challenging spot test to keep you busy. This is essential anatomy for all you future general and upper GI surgeons, and high yield for all GSSE candidates!

a. Name the structure labelled A and its three immediate posterior relations (superior to inferior)

b. Name the first branch of the structure labelled A

c. The structure labelled B forms the anterior boundary of which foramen? Name the structure which forms the posterior boundary of this foramen

d. Name the structure labelled C, its sphincter and its approximate distance from the pylorus

Happy studying!

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08/04/2020

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