One Liner (15/05/2019)
Published on May 15, 2019, 12:15 p.m.

101. Simultaneous involvement of cranial nerve 6th, 7th and? 8th suggest lesions in which part of brain? Pons

102. Pisiform articulates with which bone ?  Triquetral

103. Which cranial nerve gives sensory supply to anterior 2/3rd of tongue?  7th

104. Root value of phrenic nerve ? C3, C4, C5

105. Lesser cornua of hyoid bone develops from which pharyngeal arch ? 2nd

106. Which nerve supplies lower 1 /3rd of external ear ? Greater auricular nerve

107. Normal weight of uterus ? 40gm

108. Medial border of Hesselbach's triangle is formed by ? Linea semilunaris

109. Fracture of shaft of humerus may involve which nerve ? Radial

110. Diameter of trachea ? 2cm

111. Complete claw hand is seen in palsy of ? Both median and ulnar nerve

112. Epithelium of anal opening is ? Squamous stratified

113. Unlocker of knee joint ? Popliteus

114. Hassall's corpuscles is a histological feature of ? Thymus

115. Axillary nerve is injured in ? Anterior dislocation of shoulder

116. lntercostals vein drains into ? Azygos vein

117. Histological feature of tonsil ? Crypts

118. Double aortic arch develops from ? Right dorsal aorta

119. Implantation occurs on which day ?  6-7 days

120. Duration of spermatogenesis ? 74 days

121. All muscles of larynx are supplied by recurrent laryngeal nerve except ? Cricothyroid (supplied by external laryngeal nerve)

122. Extent of larynx ? C3-C6

123. Vertebral level of thyroid gland ? C5-T1

124. Vastus medialis forms which boundary of adductor canal/ subsartorial canal ? Lateral

125. All muscles of pharynx are supplied by pharyngeal plexus except ? Stylopharyngeus (supplied by CN IX)

126. Thyroid ima artery originates from ? Arch of aorta

127. Spinal cord is supplied by ? 2 posterior spinal arteries and 1 anterior spinal artery

128. Nerve supply of deltoid ? Axillary nerve

129. Cardinal vein forms ? superior vena cava

130. Left 4th pharyngeal arch artery forms ? Arch of aorta

131 . 3rd pharyngeal arch artery ? Common carotid artery

132. Umbilical cord contains ?  2 arteries and ·1 vein (right umbilical vein

disappears, Left umbilical vein is LEFT)

133. Group of axillary lymph nodes lying along lateral thoracic vein ? Anterior

134. In paralysis of right CN XII , tongue will deviate towards ? Right side (same side)

135. Deep peroneal nerve innervates which part of foot ? First web space

136. Posterior tibial nerve supplies which muscle of foot ? Tibialis posterior

137. Abducens nerve supplies which extra-ocular muscle ? Lateral rectus

138. Stylohyoid ligament is a derivative of which pharyngeal arch ? 2nd (majority of the structures starting with the word 'S' are derived from 2nd pharyngeal arch)

139. Which structure in body is a derivative of all the three germ cell layers ? Tympanic membrane

140. Root value of biceps jerk  ? Anterior superior iliac spine

Origin of sartorius ? C5, C6

141 . Root value of femoral nerve ? Posterior division of ventral rami ofL2-L3-L4

142. Muscle originating from coracoid process of scapula ? Short head of biceps & coracobrachialis

143. Muscle originating from mastoid part of temporal bone ? Posterior auricular

144. In lower border of rib in intercostal space, what is the order of neurovascular  bundle

? VAN (vein, artery, nerve)

145. Which cell is in 16 celled stage post-fertilization ? Morula

146. Only muscle in the body, devoid of any muscle attachment ? Talus

147. Scrotum is homologous to which female structure ? Labia majora

148. Head of femur is which type of epiphyses ?  Pressure

149. Nerve supply of Flexor digitorum profundus ? Median (lateral half) and ulnar (medial half)

150. Nerve passing through carpal tunnel ?  Median nerve

1. Nerve to geniohyoid is a branch from? Cervical plexus (C1 fibres)

2. The nerve supply to omohyoid muscle is derivedfrom? Ansa cervicalis (C1,2,3)

3. Submental triangle lies between? Symphysis menti and body of hyoid bone

4. Content of submental triangle includes? Anterior jugular vein and submental lymph nodes

5. Ascending pharyngeal artery is a branch of? External carotid artery

6. Lingual artery arises at? Tip of greater cornu of hyoid bone.

7. External carotid artery begins at? Upper border of thyroid cartilage.

8. Internal jugular vein is the continuation of? Sigmoid sinus

9. ANSA SUBCLAVIA joins the middle cervicalsympathetic ganglion to? Stellate ganglion

10. Stellate ganglion is formed by fusion of? Inferior cervical ganglion with 1st thoracic ganglion

11. Jugular arch is formed by joining of the? Anterior jugular veins of both sides

12. Lymph from tonsil drains into? Jugulo digastric node

13. Deep cervical lymph nodes drain into? Jugular lymph trunk

14. Submandibular lymph nodes drain all the lowerteeth, EXCEPT? Lower incisors

15. Carotid sinus and carotid body? Present in carotid triangle

16. Hypothalamic muscles producing antidiuretic hormone? Supra optic

17. Pyramids are related laterally to? Olives

18. Cranial nerve which arises from dorsal surface ofbrain? 4th

19. Most slender cranial nerve? Trochlear

20. Cranial nerve with longest intracranial course? 6th

21. Largest cranial nerve? Trigeminal (excluding optic which is an extension of brain)

22. Smallest division of trigeminal nerve? Ophthalmic nerve

23. Largest division of trigeminal nerve? Mandibular

24. Nerve supplying lateral rectus of eye ball? Abducent

25. Greater petrosal nerve is a branch of? Facial nerve

26. Longest cranial nerve? Vagus

27. The cranial nerves forming a part of parasympathetic system are? 3, 7, 9, 10

28. The cranial preganglionic parasympathetic fibres relay in? Ciliary, pterygopalatine, submandibular and otic ganglia

29. Superior olivary nucleus is present? In pons

30. Inferior olivary nucleus is present? Medulla

31. Muscle which empties the last drops of urine? Bulbospongiosus

32. Most dependent part of male urethra? Within the bulb of urethra

33. Commonest site of urethral rupture? Bulb of penis

34. Extravasation of urine upto the anterior abdominal wall is seen in rupture of urethra involving the? Penile urethra

35. The sphincter urethrae in female is pierced by? Urethra and vagina

36. Internal anal sphincter is a part of? Circular muscle coat of rectum

37. The muscle present in the posterior wall of pelvis is? Piriformis

38. Piriformis muscle is inserted into? Upper border of greater trochanter of femur

39. The muscle present in the lateral pelvic wall? Obturator internus

40. The tendon of obturator internus leaves the pelvis through? Lesser sciatic foramen

42. Structures passing through the obturator canal? Obturator nerve and vessels

41 Pelvic diaphragm is formed by? Levator ani and coccygeus muscles, and their fascia

43. The pelvic diaphragm is deficient? Anteriorly (Hiatus urogenitalis)

44 Coccygeus muscle arises from? Spine of ischium

45 Nerve supply to levator ani muscle is derived from? Segmentally by S2, S3 and perineal branch of 4th sacral nerve

46. Root of spine of scapula corresponds to the spinous process of? T3

47. The inferior angle of scapula corresponds to the spinous process of? T7

48. Primary muscle of respiration? Diaphragm

49. The right crus of diaphragm originates from? First three lumbar vertebrae

50. Left crus of diaphragm originates from? First two lumbar vertebrae

51. Medial arcuate ligament represents? Upper thickened part of fascia covering psoas muscle

52. Lateral arcuate ligament represents? Upper thickened part of fascia covering quadratus lumborum muscle

53. Median arcuate ligament crosses over the? Aorta.

54. Costal part of diaphragm takes origin from? Lower six ribs

55. Right dome of diaphragm (in forced expiration) reaches as high as? 4th rib

56. The central tendon of diaphragm is at the level of? T8 vertebra

57. Aortic opening of diaphragm transmits the? Aorta, azygos vein & thoracic duct.

58. Th e structures passing through the caval opening? Inferior vena cava and terminal branch of right phrenic nerve

59. Th e mediastinal pleura is supplied by? Phrenic nerve

60. Vi sceral pleura is sensitive to sensation like? Stretch

61. Sweat glands are absent from? Lips, nail beds, glans penis, clitoris

62. Site of sebaceous glands in dermis? Undersurface of follicles

63. Goose flesh appearance of skin is produced by? Contraction of arrector pili muscle

64. Langer’s lines are lines of cleavage in the direction of? Collagen fibers of dermis

65. Yellow marrow begins to appear at the age of? 7 years

66. Red marrow in adults is found in? Skull, vertebral column, thoracic cage, girdle bones, ends of long bones

67. Sharpey’s fibres connect? Periosteum to underlying bone

68. The type of cartilage forming epiphyseal plate? Hyaline cartilage

69. Important storage site for calcium salts in body? Bone

70. Majority of ligaments are composed of? Collagen fibres

71. Living tissue capable of changing its structure as a result of stress is? Bone

72. Hairs are absent from the body surfaces at? Lips, palms, sides of fingers, glans penis, clitoris, labia minora, soles etc.

73. Carbuncle is a staphylococcal infection of? Superficial fascia

74. Sesamoid Bones? These bones develop as seeds in the tendons of some muscles, when these tendons are subjected to friction during the movements of joints.

75. The largest sesamoid bone in body is? Patella


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