MCQ – 89026

Question

A 55-year-old man comes to the physician because of a 2-day history of severe perianal pain and bright red blood in his stool. Examination shows a bulging, red nodule at the rim of the anal opening. Which of the following arteries is the most likely source of blood to the mass found during examination?
A. Deep circumflex iliac
B.

Internal pudendal

C.

Median sacral

D.

Superior rectal

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