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The Anatomy NCLEX-RN/PN® Exam is 50 questions.
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Anatomy NCLEX-RN/PN® Exam MCQs (2,481)
Our question bank for the Anatomy NCLEX-RN/PN® Exam covers four Cognitive Difficulty Levels:
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Anatomy NCLEX-RN/PN® Exam Articles (805)
The peroneus longus muscle is one of two muscles in the lateral compartment of the lower limb along with the peroneus brevis muscle.
Goblet cells arise from pluripotent stem cells and derive their name from their goblet, cup-like appearance. The primary function of goblet cells i ...
First described by Ruggero Oddi in 1887, the sphincter of Oddi (SO) is a smooth muscle valve located in the second portion of the duodenum. It serv ...
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may result from anywhere between a simple blow to the head to a penetrating injury to the brain. In the United St ...
Cervical nerves are spinal nerves that arise from the cervical region of the spinal cord. These nerves conduct motor and sensory information via ef ...
The obturator nerve arises from the lumbar plexus and provides sensory and motor innervation to the thigh. This nerve provides motor innervati ...
The vasculature of the body is an essential network for maintaining healthy skin tissue. Skin changes, including blanching, ecchymosis, and edema, ...
The most anterior region of the head is the face. The human face is a unique aspect of each individual. The face contains many structures that cont ...
The glabella is a median elevation between two superciliary arches. Glabella is present just above the nasion- an intersection of interna ...
The inguinal lymph node can be subdivided into the superficial and deep lymph nodes and collectively drains the anal canal(below the pectinate ...
Fractures of the orbital floor and the medial orbital wall (blowout fractures) are common midface injuries. Orbital fractures have a distin ...
A cervical rib, also known as a "neck rib" or "supernumerary rib in the cervical region," is a congenital overdevelopment of the transverse process ...
The thoracodorsal nerve is also referred to as the middle or long subscapular nerve. It arises from the C6 to C8 roots of the brachial plexus. The ...
The femur is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the human body. At the proximal end, the pyramid-shaped neck attaches the spherical head ...
The pharynx is a conductive structure located in the midline of the neck. It is the main structure, in addition to the oral cavity, shared by two o ...
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