One Liner (16/05/2019)
Published on May 16, 2019, 11:27 a.m.

1. Sperms mature in ? Epididymis

2. Vitamin K dependent clotting factors ? 2, 7, 910 .

3. FSH is secreted by?  Anterior pituitary

4. Oxytocin is synthesized in ? Hypothalamus

5. Milk let down reflex is controlled by ? Oxytocin

6. Resting membrane potential is due to ? Potassium ions

7. Function of muscle spindle ? Detects muscle tension

8. Function of basal ganglia ? Programming of muscle movements

9. Intention tremors are seen in lesions of ? Cerebellar lesions

10. Main excitatory neurotransmitter in CNS ? Glutamate

11 . Hormone important for cold adaptation ? Thyroxine

12. Hypothalamic nuclei controlling thirst and water balance ? Supraoptic

13. Broaca area is present in ?  Inferior frontal gyrus

14. Impaired comprehension of spoken and written language is known as ? Wernickes aphasia

15. Nightmares are seen in ? REM sleep

16. Most useful physiologic marker of thyroid hormone action ? TSH

17. Blood testes barrier is formed by ? Sertolicells

18. Testosterone is produced by ? Leydig cells

19. Capacitation ·occurs in ? Female genital tract/uterus

20. Sperms acquire motility in ? Epididymis

21. Estrogen level after menopause ? Reduced

22. LSH is secreted by ? Anterior pituitary

23. Chvostek sign is seen in ? Hypocalcemia

24. Effect of calcitonin ? Decreased serum calcium

25. Somatostatin is secreted by ? Delta cells of pancreas

26. Hormone secreted by beta cells of pancreas? Insulin

27. Calcium is absorbed maximally in ? Proximal intestine

28. Most potent stimulator of-secretin release ? Acidic chyme .

29. Site of absorption of iron ? Duodenum

30. Glucose transport occurs with ? Sodium

31. Major part of glomerufar filtrate is absorbed in ? PCT

32. Decrease in pH shifts the oxygen dissociation curve to ? Right

33. Pneumotaxic centre is present in ? Dorsal pons

34. Pulmonary surfactant is produced by ? Type II pneumocytes

35. Amount of air breathed in or out during normal breathing is known as ? Tidal volume

36. Carbon di oxide is primarily transported in arterial blood as ? Bicarbonates

37. Third heart sound is due to ? Ventricular filling

38. QRS complex on ECG is due to ? Ventricular depolarization

39. Cardiac index is calculated as ? Cardiac output/ Body surface area

40. Volume of blood ejected with each heart beat is known as ? Stroke volume

41. Blood pressure readings in thick walled vessels and obesity ? High

42. Active sites of actin are covered by ? Tropomyosin

43. Intracellular fluid is rich in which cation ? Potassium

44. Site of ATP synthesis ? Mitochondria

45. Cell shape and motility is due to ? Tubulin

46. Size of action potential depends upon which ion ? Sodium

47. Repolarization of a nerve is due to which ion ?  Potassium

48. Most abundant cation in extracellular fluid?  Sodium

49. Fertilization takes place in which part of fallopian tube ? Ampulla

50. Separation of 2nd polar body occurs at the time of ? Fertilization

1. Latissimus dorsi is innervated by? Thoracodorsal nerve (from posterior cord).(C6,C7,C8)

2. The muscle inserted to floor of the bicipital groove? Latissimus dorsi

3. Suspensory ligament of axilla is a continuation of? Clavipectoral fascia

4. Skin of arm pit is raised while elevating the clavicle by the action of? Suspensory ligament of axilla

5. Abduction in the coronal plane at shoulder joint is produced by? Deltoid assisted by supraspinatus

6. Root value of long thoracic nerve is? C5,6,7

7. Branches of median nerve in axilla? : No branches

8. Lower subcapsular nerve supplies the muscles? Subscapsularis and Teres major

9. Axillary nerve is a branch of? Posterior cord

10. Supraclavicular nerves supply the skin of arm upto? Upper half of deltoid muscle

11. Nerve to teres minor is a branch of ? Axillary nerve

12. Upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm is a continuation of? Posterior terminal branch of axillary nerve

13. Axillary nerve in the arm is accompanied by? Posterior circumflex humeral arteries

14. Nerve supplying infraspinatus muscles? Suprascapular

15. Axillary nerve before dividing into anterior and posterior branches supplies? Shoulder joint

16. Xiphoid process is a? Hyaline cartilage.

17. Xiphisternal joint lies opposite the vertebral level of? T9

18. Costal cartilages articulating with the sternum directly? 1st - 7th

19. Subcostal angle is formed by the sternum and its attachment to? 7th costal cartilages.

20. The lowest part of costal margin is formed by? 10th rib

21. Lowest margin of costal arch is at the level of? L3

22. Lower costal margin is formed by cartilages of? 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th costal cartilages

23. The type of joint formed by the articulation of manubrium with the body of sternum? Secondary cartilaginous type of joint

24. The parts of rib include? Head, neck, tubercle, shaft, angle, anterior end

25. Fracture of the ribs are very painful? Due to the free nerve endings in the surrounding periosteum

26. The muscle attached to the scalene tubercle of first rib is? Scalenus anterior.

27. Flail chest is resulted when the ribs fracture at? Two sites

28. Costochondral joint is? Primary cartilagenous joint.

29.   Thoracic outlet syndrome caused by? Cervical rib

30.   Superior angle of scapula corresponds to the spinous process of? T2

31. Anal valves represent the remains of? Proctodeal membrane

32. The lymphatic drainage of lower part of anal canal is to the? Inguinal nodes

33. Membranous layer of superficial fascia in theperineum is called? Colles’ fascia

34. Urogenital diaphragm is formed by? Sphincter urethra, deep transverse perineal muscle

35. The bulb of penis is covered on its outer surface by the muscle? Bulbospongiosus

36. Each crus of penis on its outer side is covered by? Ischiocavernosus muscle

37. Artery to bulb of penis is a branch of? Internal pudendal artery

38. Glans drains into? Deep inguinal nodes

39. The length of male urethra is? 8 inches

40. Least dilatable part of urethra? Membranous urethra

41. Most dilatable part of urethra? Prostatic urethra

42. Shortest part of urethra? Membranous urethra

43. Narrowest part of urethra? External meatus

44. Navicular fossa is the part of urethra foundinside? Glans penis

45. Micturition can be voluntarily stopped by meansof? Sphincter urethrae

46. Optic radiation starts from? Lateral geniculate body

47. White matter of brain does not contain? Neurons

48. Grey matter of brain represents collection of? Cell bodies of neurons

49. Maximum representation in brain is of? Thumb

50. Brocas area is situated in? Inferior frontal gyrus

51. Pyramidal tract in internal capsule occupies? Genu and anterior 2/3rd of posterior limbs

52. Middle cerebral artery is a continuation of? Internal carotid

53. Cortical centre for micturation lies in? Paracentral lobule

54. Visuosensory area is located in? Area 17

55. Types of sulci? Limiting, axial & operculated

56. Types of fibres? Association fibres, Commissural fibres, Projection fibres

57. Weber’s Syndrome? Lesion affecting oculomotor nerve, basis pedunculi & corticospinal tract

58. Pineal body lies above? Superior colliculi

59. Pineal body is attached by a stalk to? Posterior wall of third ventricle

60. Diencephalon is bounded laterally by? Internal capsule

61. Second part of subclavian artery lies behind? Scalenus anterior

62. Muscle elevating the second rib? Scalenus posterior

63. External jugular vein begins? Behind the angle of mandible

64. External jugular vein is formed by the union of? Posterior auricular vein with posterior division ofretromandibular vein

65. Spinal accessory nerve lies on? Levator scapulae

66. Phrenic nerve lies on? Scalenus anterior

67. In the neck region accessory spinal nerve isaccompanied by branches from? Anterior rami of 3rd and 4th cervical nerve

68. Subdivisions of posterior triangle? Large occipital triangle small supradariculatortriangle

69. The anterior triangle of neck is divided intosmaller triangles by? Digastric and superior belly of omohyoid muscle

70. Anterior belly of digastric muscle is supplied by? Nerve to mylohyoid (Mandibular nerve)

71. Posterior belly of digastric? Facial nerve

72. The stylohyoid muscle is inserted to the hyoidbone at? Junction of greater cornu and body.

73. The intermediate tendon of digastric musclepierces the? Stylohyoid muscle

74. The nerve supplying the stylohyoid muscle? Facial nerve

75. Inferior belly of omohyoid muscle originates from? Upper margin of scapula and occasionally thesuperior transverse scapular ligament

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