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For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. Which of the positions best describes the location of celiac plexus
A. Anterolateral to aorta
B. Posterolateral to aorta
C. Anterolateral to sympathetic chain
D. Anteromedical to sympathetic chain

2. Following statements describe the development of diaphragm. Choose the incorrect statement
A. The dorsal mesentery of the oesophagus gives rise to the crura
B. Defect in the pleuro-peritoneal membrane leads to Morgagniís hernia
C. Body wall contributes for the peripheral muscular component
D. The septum transversum descends to T8 from C3-5 following rapid growth of neural tube

3. In C-5,6 lesion following pair of muscles may not be paralyzed
A. Coraco-brachialis
B. Biceps brachii
C. Brachialis
D. Brachio-radialis

4. A 59 yr. old man complains of recurrent attacks of pain in the region of left shoulder radiating to sternum & pit of stomach. The attacks of pain came at lengthy intervals until the last 2 days when it became continuous. the physician diagnosed it as angina pectoris. in this case the pain pathway from the heart is carried by:
A. Sup. cervical cardiac n
B. Middle & inf. cervical cardiac n
C. Thoracic splanchnic n
D. Vagus n

5. Ascending aorta
A. Emerging from the pericardium becomes the arch of the aorta at the level of manubriosternal joint
B. It continues as the left common carotid artery
C. It gives no branches
D. Is related anteriorly to auricle to left atrium

6. Paralysis of 3rd, 4th, 6th nerves with involvement of ophthalmic division of 5th nerve, localizes the lesion to
A. Cavemous sinus
B. Apex of orbit
C. Brainstem
D. Base of skull

7. All of the following are composite muscle Except:
A. Pectineus
B. Rectus femoris
C. Adductor magnus
D. Biceps femoris

8. Superior gluteal nerve supplies :
A. Gluteus minimus
B. Gluteus maximus
C. Tensor fasciae latae
D. Gluteus medius

9. All of the following nerves are affected in Erb's pa:sy except
A. Nerve to subclavius
B. Axillary nerve
C. Subscapular nerve
D. Suprascapular nerve

10. An 80-year-old woman has glands located in the mucous membrane covering the uvula that are non-functional. Which ganglion is most likely injured
A. Geniculate
B. Otic
C. Sphenopalatine
D. Trigeminal

11. Following are the boundaries of epiploeic foramen EXCEPT;
A. free edge of lesser omentum
B. quadrate lobe of liver
C. 1st part of duodenum
D. inferior vena cava

12. The nerve affected in Vollcman's ischemic contracture is
A. Radial nerve
B. Median nerve
C. Ulnar nerve
D. Posterior in terosseous nerve

13. Tracts of posterior column
A. Spins rubral
B. Tract of gradlis
C. Spins cerebellar
D. Lateral spinothalamic

14. Which of the following brainstem nuclei is not derived from alar plate
A. Dentate
B. Inferior olivary
C. Occulomotor
D. Substantia nigra

15. Following are the boundaries of epiploic foramen except
A. Free margin of lesser omentum
B. Inferior vena cava
C. Quadrate lobe of liver
D. Right adrenal

16. Primitive streak is initiated & maintained by:
A. Nodal gene
B. BMP4
C. FGF
D. Brachyury gene

17. An anterolateral cordotomy relieving pain in right leg is effective because it interrupts the
A. Left dorsal column
B. Left ventral spinothalamic tract
C. Left lateral spinothalamic tract
D. Right lateral spinothalamic tract

18. Commonest position of appendix is
A. retrocaecal
B. sub caecal
C. pelvic
D. preileal

19. A newborn baby has a prominent defect at the base of his spine through which his meninges and spinal cord protrude. A failure of which of the following processes is the most common cause of this type of defect
A. Development of primary vertebral ossification centers
B. Development of the pedicle
C. Development of the superior articular process
D. Fusion of the vertebral arches

20. Sweat glands in the eyelid are
A. Moll's gland
B. Meibomian gland
C. Zeis's glands
D. None of these

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