None Transcribed Image Text: SECTION A 1. The vault is composed of thin sheets of bones separated by membranes called sutures. Which suture separates the two parietal bones A. Coronal

None Transcribed Image Text: SECTION A
1. The vault is composed of thin sheets of bones separated by membranes called sutures.
Which suture separates the two parietal bones
A. Coronal
B. Frontal
C. Lambdoidal
D. Saggital
2. The lining of this organ is thrown into folds called ruggae. Which of the following is that
organ?
A. Cervix
B. Oviducts
C. Urethra
D. Vagina
In fetal circulation impure blood is carried away from the fetus by
A. hypogastric arteries
B. inferior vena cava
3.
C. umbilical arteries
D. umbilical veins
4. The following are temporary structures in fetal circulation EXCEPT
A. ductus venosus
B. foramen ovale
C. hypogastric arteries
D. inferior vena cava
5. In fetal circulation the blood in the liver is collected by hepatic veins and enters
A. ductus venosus
B. ductus arteriosus
C. foramen ovale
D. inferior vena cava

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