1) The membranous gap separating the region between the foetal skull bones is called as :
One answer only.
Wormain bones

2) The external ear develops from which of the following :
One answer only.
1st branchial arch
2nd branchial arch
1st branchial cleft
2nd branchial cleft

3) Which of the following group of lymph nodes drain the upper and outer quadrant of breast :
One answer only.
Deltopectoral nodes
Anterior pectoral nodes
Psterior pectoral nodes
Apical group

4) Of the following which one is false :
One answer only.
Vermis-coordinating and programming of muscular activities.
Spinocerebellum-receives proprioceptive input and motor plan from cortex.
Floculonodular lobe-equilibrium and learning induced changes.
Neocerebellum-planning and programming movements.

5) Which of the following types of collagen fiber is characteristic of hyaline cartilage matrix?
One answer only.
Type I
Type II
Type III
Type IV

6) Which of the following is true regarding epidermis?
One answer only.
Basement membrane is formed by type IV collagen
Capillaries go through gap junctions
Zona occludans is at the basal portion
In zona adherance action filaments connect adjacent cells through microtubules

7) The structure which passes behind the inguinal ligament is :
One answer only.
Femoral branch of genitofemoral nerve
Saphenous vein
Psoas major
Superficial epigastric vein

8) The artery which can be palpated under the mandible near the angle of jaw is :
One answer only.
Ascending pharyngeal

9) In myocardial infarction there is radiation of pain along the left upper limb. This is due to .......... nerve :
One answer only.
Left vagus
Left phrenic
Left recurrent laryngeal
Left intercostobrachial

10) Oculomotor nerve leaves the skull through which of the following
One answer only.
Optic canal
Superior orbita fissure
Inferior orbital fissure
foramen magnum

11) The fundus of gall-bladder is in the angle between lateral border of right recius abdominis and which costal cartilage?
One answer only.

12) Taste from the posterior one third of tongue is provided by which of the following nerve?
One answer only.

13) Loss of sensations from posterior one-third of tongue occurs in lesions of which nerve?
One answer only.
Glosso pharyngeal
Chorda tympani
Lingual nerve

14) All of following are branches of descending thoracic aorta except :
One answer only.
Posterior intercostal artery
Subcostal artery
Left subclavian artery
Left bronchial artery

15) Stapedius muscle is supplied by which of the following nerves :
One answer only.

16) In lateral medullary syndrome(Wallenberg) the lesion is in :
One answer only.
Medial lemniscus
Trigeminal nucleus
Pyramidal tract
Spinal tract of trigeminal

17) The quadrilateral space is bounded by the following structures except :
One answer only.
Surgical neck of humerus
Long head of triceps
Teres major

18) Facial nerve has all the following components except :
One answer only.
Special visceral efferent
General visceral efferent
General visceral afferent
Special visceral efferent

19) Which of the following statements about portal vein is false ?
One answer only.
The hepatic artery and bile dent lie anterior to its upper part
It is formed by union of superior mensenteric and splenic veins
It ascends posterior to the neck of pancreas and the superior part of duodenum
It ends by dividing into hepatic veins

20) Nucleus in brain common to IX, X and XI cranial nerves :
One answer only.
Nucleus solitarius
Nucleus ambiguus
Dentate nucleus
Red nucleus

21) Structures that pass posterior to the flexor retinaculum of the wrist include A/E :
One answer only.
Flexor digitorium superficialis tendons
Median nerve
Anterior interosseous nerve
Ulnar nerve

22) Distance between upper incisors and gastroesophageal junction is :
One answer only.
15 cm
25 cm
40 cm
60 cm

23) Arterial branches which supply the head and neck of the femur is/are :
Choose 2 of the following options.
Medial circumflex artery
Lateral circumflex artery
Profunda femoris artery
Obturator artery
Ext. femoral artery

24) Lymphatic drainage of clitoris is to :
Choose 2 of the following options.
Gland of Cloquet
Superficial inguinal lymph nodes
Deep inguinal lymph nodes
Obuturator nodes
Para-aortic nodes