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Comparative Anatomy of the Horse, Ox, and Dog: The Vertebral Column and Peripheral Nerves

1.The dens is
2.Which statement is not true regarding the intervertebral disk?
3.Which statement is true concerning vertebral column biomechanics?
4.Which statement is false regarding the suprascapular nerve?
5.Which sign is most consistent with high radial nerve paralysis?
6.The medial palmar nerve in the horse can be blocked by injecting local anesthetic
7.Lesions within the obturator nerve typically lead to
8.Before splitting into peroneal and tibial branches, the sciatic nerve provides sensation to the
9.The tibial nerve provides
10.Which statement is true regarding the slap test?
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