Test Your Knowledge - Free MCQ PRACTICE
by Saksham Chaudhry : MBBS Student, SN Medical College, Agra
Anatomy Chapter upperlimb
Osteology Muscular system Arthrology Cardiovascular system Respiratory system
Digestive system Genitourinary system Endocrine system Nervous system Special sensory organs
Lymphatic system Histology Embryology Upper limb Lower limb
Thorax Abdomen Pelvis Head & Neck
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For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. A 3 year old girl has a lesion of the upper trunk of the brachial plexus (Erb-Duchenne paralysis). Which of the following is not observed in this patient
A. Arm tending to lie in medial rotation 
B. Damage to nerve fibers from ventral primary rami of C5 and C6 
C. Paralysis of the Infraspinatus 
D. Flexion at metecarpophalangeal & interphalangeal joints 

2. Muscles supplied by ulnar nerve
A. Medial half of flexor digitorum superficialis 
B. Pronator quadratus 
C. Second lumbrical 
D. Flexor carpi ulnaris 

3. Abduction at wrist joint is done by all except
A. Extensor carpi radialis longus 
B. Extensor carpi radialis brevis 
C. Flexor carpi radialis 
D. Brachioradialis 

4. Men's test is useful in evaluating
A. Digital blood flow 
B. Integrity of palmar arch 
C. Thorax outlet compression 
D. Presence of cervical rib 

5. Mallet finger is a common traumatic lesion resulting in flexion deformity of distal interphalangeal joint. The basic pathology of this condition is
A. Rupture of collateral slips of extensor expansion 
B. Avulsion fracture of middle phalanx 
C. Dislocation of distal interphalangeal joint 
D. Rupture of central slip of extensor expansion 

6. If the greater tuberosity of the humerus is lost which of the following movements will be affected
A. Abduction and lateral rotation 
B. Flexion and medial rotation 
C. Adduction and flexion 
D. Medial rotation and adduction 

7. In trigger finger the level of tendon sheath constriction is found at the level of
A. Metacarpo-phalangeal joint 
B. Proximal interphalangeal joint 
C. Proximal phalanx 
D. Middle phalanx 

8. A girl has history of injury to medial epicondyle of thi, humerus. On examination she demonstrates all of the following except
A. Complete paralysis of all interossei 
B. Radial deviation at wrist on its flexion 
C. Atrophy of the hypethenar eminence 
D. Complete paralysis of IV digit flexion 

9. During knife fight a person gets injured in the neck region and presents to emergency department with weakness in raising right arm above head. On further examination winging of right scapula is noted. The injury has damaged
A. Long thoracic nerve of Bell 
B. Suprasc,apular nerve 
C. Dorsal scapular nerve 
D. Spinal accessory nerve 

10. The weight of the upper limb is transmitted to the axial skeleton by
A. Coracoacromial ligament 
B. Coracoclavicular ligament 
C. Coracohumeral ligament 
D. Costoclavicular ligament 

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