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

2. Nerve responsible for fine movements of hand is
A. Radial 
B. Ulnar 
C. Median 
D. Post. interosseous 

3. After radical mastectomy there was injury to the long thoracic nerve. The integrity of the nerve can be tested at the bedside by asking the patient to
A. Raise the arm above the head on the affected side 
B. Touch the opposite shoulder 
C. Lift a heavy object from the ground 
D. Shrug the shoulders 

4. The carpal tunnel contains the following important structures except :
A. Flexor digitorum superficialis tendons 
B. Median nerve 
C. Flexor carpi radialis tendon 
D. Flexor pollicis longus tendon 

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

6. De Quervain's disease classically affects
A. Abductor pollicis longus and brevis 
B. Extensor pollicis brevis and abductor pollicis longus 
C. Flexor pollids longus and brevis 
D. Extensor carpi radialis and extensor pollicis longus 

7. 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 

8. Which nerve is most likely to be injured in patients with the fracture of upper end of radius
A. Median 
B. Ulnar 
C. Radial 
D. Posterior interosseous 

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. Suprasc,apular nerve 
B. Long thoracic nerve of Bell 
C. Dorsal scapular nerve 
D. Spinal accessory nerve 

10. Defect known as winged scapula is caused by damage to a nerve that arises from which of the following structures of the brachial plexus
A. Medial cord 
B. Posterior cord 
C. Roots 
D. Upper trunk 

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