Monday, 21st May 2018
21 May 2018

PG NEET Anatomy Final Test 2 – Upper Limb

PG NEET Anatomy Final Test 2 – Upper Limb

This test is based on Anatomy Upper Limb topics 1 – 18. Take this test to grade yourself in anatomy upper limb. If you get full marks in this test you can be sure that you are thorough in anatomy upper limb. You can also go through the topics from 1 – 18 and then take the test. You can make 10 attempts so in the next attempt try to do it without going through the topic in that way you will know your thorough.

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Some important questions for you

  1. First extensor compartment of wrist have which of the following structures
    1. Extensor pollicis brevis
    2. extensor carpi radialis longus
    3. extensor carpi radialis brevis
    4. extensor digiti minimi
    5. abductor pollicis longus

Ans (1)

2. First dorsal interosseous muscle of hand is supplied by

  1. dorsal branch of ulnar nerve
  2. superficial branch of ulnar nerve
  3. median nerve
  4. radial nerve

Ans (1)

3. True about peripheral nerve injury in upper limb

  1. radial nerve injury cause anesthesia over anatomical snuff box
  2. median nerve injury cause wrist drop
  3. ulnar nerve injury cause claw hand
  4. index finger anesthesia is caused by median nerve injury
  5. thumb anesthesia is caused by ulnar nerve injury

Ans (1 3 & 4)

4. Contents of bicipital groove are/is

  1. synovial membrane of shoulder joint
  2. ascending branch of anterior circumflex artery
  3. ascending branch of posterior circumflex artery
  4. radial artery
  5. coracobrachialis muscle

Ans (2)

5. Following structures are attached to the greater tuberosity of humerus except

  1. supraspinatus muscle
  2. coracohumeral ligament
  3. teres minor muscle
  4. subscapularis muscle

Ans (4)

6. Serratus anterior is supplied by

  1. thoracodorsal nerve
  2. nerve to subclavius
  3. long thoracic nerve
  4. axillary nerve

Ans (3)

7. C8T1 supplies all except

  1. extensor indicis
  2. 3rd and 4th lumbricals
  3. abductor digit minimi
  4. palmar interossei

Ans (1)

8. The structure that is least likely to be compressed in flexion and abduction of shoulder joint

  1. supraspinatus muscle
  2. long head of biceps
  3. suprascapular nerve
  4. sub acromial bursa

Ans (3)

9. Posterior cord of brachial plexus is formed by

  1. ventral division of upper trunk
  2. dorsal division of upper trunk
  3. ventral division of upper middle and lower trunk
  4. dorsal division of upper middle and lower trunk

Ans (4)

10. Preaxial border of limb is

  1. ulnar border of the forearm
  2. fibular border of leg
  3. radial border of forearm
  4. none

Ans (3)

11. Which tendon is frequently absent in the hand

  1. palmaris longus
  2. extensor carpi radialis longus
  3. extensor carpi radialis brevis
  4. flexor carpi ulnaris
  5. flexor digitorum profundus

Ans (1)

12. Incorrect about cephalic vein

  1. cephalic vein corresponds to the great saphenous vein of the lower limb
  2. is is the postaxial vein of the upper limb
  3. it pierces the clavipectoral fascia to drain into the axillary vein
  4. Greater part of its blood is drained into the basilic vein through the median cubital vein

Ans (2)

13. The region of the shoulder

  1. the glenohumeral joint permits 180° of abduction
  2. the glenohumeral joint reinforced on all aspects (superiorly, inferiorly, arterially, anteriorly and posteriorly) by muscles of the rotator (musculotendinous) cuff
  3. the sub acromial(subdeltoid) bursa is inferior to the supraspinatus tendon and muscle
  4. the glenohumeral joint permits flexion extension abduction adduction internal rotation and external rotation

Ans (4)

14. The only muscle in the anterior compartment that is inserted into the humerus

  1. biceps brachii
  2. coracobrachialis
  3. brachialis
  4. none

Ans (2)

15. The structure that lies lateral to distal radial tubercle is

  1. extensor pollicis longus
  2. extensor carpi radialis longus
  3. brachioradialis
  4. extensor carpi ulnaris

Ans (2)

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