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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. All of the following are composite muscles, except:
A. Flexor carpi ulnaris 
B. Flexor digitorum profundus 
C. Pectineus 
D. Biceps femoris 

2. Which of the following structures does not pass through the thoracic inlet near the midline?
A. Stemothyroid muscle 
B. Sternohyoid muscle 
C. Thymic vestiges 
D. Pulmonary apex 

3. Superficial perineal muscles include all except
A. Superficial transverse perinei 
B. Bulbospongiosus 
C. Lschiocavenosus 
D. Pubococcygeous 

4. Lymph from heel and lateral aspect of foot first drains into
A. Popliteal lymph nodes 
B. Deep inguinal 
C. Superficial inguinal 
D. Obturator node 

5. Jugular foramen transmits all except
A. Internal jugular vein 
B. Lesser petrosal nerve 
C. Cranial nerves 9.10 and 11 
D. Inferior petrosal sinus 

6. Which of the following doesn’t drain into coronary sinus
A. Small cardiac vein 
B. Great cardiac vein 
C. Middle cardiac vein 
D. Anterior cardiac vein 

7. Which of the following muscles is/are not attached to the ziphisternum?
A. Rectus abdominis 
B. Oblique muscles 
C. Diaphragm 
D. None of these 

8. A patient has the ability to stand erect with eyes open but falls with closed eyes. The axonal pathway lesioned is
A. Medial lemniscus 
B. Dorsal spino-cerebellar 
C. Spinal lemniscus 
D. Ventral spino-cerebellar 

9. Following injury to a nerve at the wrist, the thumb is laterally rotated and adducted. The hand has a flattened appearance and is "apelike". Which of the following nerves is damaged?
A. Dinar neve 
B. Anterior interosseous nerve 
C. Radial nerve 
D. Median nerve 

10. Muscle spared by complete transection of cranial part of accessory nerve
A. Stylopharyngeus  
B. Palatopharyngeus 
C. Salpingiopharyngeus 
D. Cricopharyngeus 

11. Which of the following groups of nerves is intimately related to a portion of the humerus and can most likely be affected by fractures of the humerus
A. Axillary, radial, ulnar 
B. Axillary, median, musculocutaneous 
C. Axillary, median, ulnar 
D. Axillary, musculocutaneous, radial 

12. Following statements describe the epithelial lining of various body tubes. Choose the correct statement
A. Ileum: brush bordered columnar epithelium 
B. Mucosa below pectinate line: Keratinised stratified squamous 
C. Proximal prostatic urethra: Transitional epithelium 
D. Respiratory bronchiole: Pseudostratified ciliated columnar 

13. Thistructure that lies in the lesser's triangle is
A. Facial artery 
B. Mylohyoid nerve 
C. Lingual artery 
D. Anterior facial nerve 

14. Arterial supply of motor area of cerebral cortex is by
A. Posterior cerebral artery 
B. Middle cerebral artery 
C. Anterior and middle cerebral artery 
D. Anterior cerebral artery 

15. Father of neuro-otology was
A. William House 
B. John shea 
C. Joseph lampert 
D. Harold A Harper  

16. 2nd part of duodenum is developed from
A. Foregut and midgut 
B. Midgut and hindgut 
C. Only forgut 
D. Only midgut 

17. Intercostobrachial nerve is a branch of thoracic nerve
A. First 
B. Second 
C. Third 
D. Fourth 

18. The most common variant in the blood supply of colon is
A. Absent right colic artery  
B. Absent superior rectal artery 
C. Absent left colic artery  
D. Absent middle colic artery 

19. Fourth thyroid vein of Kocher drains into
A. External jugular vein 
B. Internal jugular vein 
C. Brachiocephalic vein 
D. Subclavian vein 

20. In a patient with a tumor in superior mediastinum compressing the superior vena cava, all of the following veins would serve as alternate pathways for the blood to return to the right atrium, except
A. Lateral thoracic vein 
B. Internal thoracic vein 
C. Hemiazygos vein 
D. Vertebral venous plexus 

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