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18 May 2018

PG NEET Anatomy Upper Limb MCQs 11

PG NEET Anatomy Upper Limb MCQs 11

  1. Upward rotation of the glenoid cavity during  overhead abduction of the shoulder occurs due to
    1. trapezius and serratus anterior
    2. latissimus dorsi and trapezius
    3. trapezius and deltoid
    4. pectoralis minor and serratus anterior

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2. Joint between vomer and maxilla is

  1. synchondrosis
  2. schindylesis
  3. symphysis
  4. syndesmosis

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3. All the muscles are used to abduct the shoulder except

  1. deltoid
  2. supraspinatus
  3. serratus anterior
  4. pectoralis major

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4. Nutrient artery

  1. directed away from growing end
  2. directed towards the growing end
  3. absent in growing bone
  4. 100 – 1000 in number per bone

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5. Rupture of supraspinatus manifests as

  1. painful movement
  2. flat shoulder
  3. difficulty in the initiation of abduction
  4. difficulty in abduction after 90°

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6. Cartilage is not seen in

  1. trachea
  2. bronchi
  3. bronchiole
  4. larynx

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7. Wrist joint is

  1. hinge joint
  2. saddle joint
  3. ellipsoid joint
  4. ball and socket joint

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8. Primary ossification center of all bones of lower limb forms by

  1. 8 weeks
  2. 10 weeks
  3. 12 weeks
  4. 14 weeks

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9. Wrist joint is formed by articulation of

  1. lower end of radius and carpal bone
  2. lower end of radius articular surface and carpal bones
  3. lower end of radius ulna and carpal bones
  4. lower end of radius and intercarpal bones or inferior radioulnar joint

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10. Adduction of hand at wrist is done by

  1. flexor carpi radialis
  2. flexor carpi longus
  3. flexor digitorum profundus
  4. flexor carpi ulnaris
  5. flexor digitorum superficialis

Ans (5)

11. A/E true concerning brachial plexus

  1. formed by spinal nerve C4-C7
  2. most common site of injury is an upper trunk
  3. the injury may occur during breech delivery
  4. the radial nerve is a branch of medial cord
  5. lower trunk injury results in hand deformity

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12. Which muscle has dual nerve supply

  1. flexor digitorum profundus
  2. flexor hallucis longus
  3. pronator teres
  4. trapezius

Ans (1)

13. Movements of supination and pronation takes place at all except

  1. superior radioulnar joint
  2. middle radioulnar joint
  3. inferior radioulnar joint
  4. radio carpal joint

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14. Composite muscles are all except

  1. pectineus
  2. flexor pollicis brevis
  3. flexor digitorum profundus
  4. flexor hallucis longus

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15. The weight of the upper limb is transmitted to the axial skeleton by

  1. coracoclavicular ligament
  2. coracoacromial ligament
  3. costoclavicular ligament
  4. coracohumeral ligament

Ans (1)

16. False about scalenus anterior muscle

  1. covered by prevertebral fascia
  2. related anteriorly to the phrenic nerve
  3. inserts in the inner part of the 1st rib
  4. forms the floor of the posterior triangle

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17. All are true about brachial plexus except

  1. lower trunk is formed by C7 and T1
  2. lateral cord is formed by the upper and middle trunk
  3. posterior cord is formed by the posterior division of all the three trunks
  4. C4 root is post fixed to the plexus

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18. Skin over hypothenar eminence is supplied by

  1. radial nerve
  2. median nerve
  3. anterior interosseous nerve
  4. ulnar nerve

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19. All are infraclavicular branches of brachial plexus except

  1. ulnar nerve
  2. long thoracic nerve
  3. axillary nerve
  4. thoracodorsal nerve

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20. Small muscles of hand is supplied by

  1. C4C5
  2. C5C6
  3. C8T1
  4. T1T2

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21. All are branches of posterior cord of brachial plexus except

  1. axillary nerve
  2. thoracodorsal nerve
  3. radial nerve
  4. long thoracic nerve

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22. Anterior interosseous nerve is a branch of

  1. radial nerve
  2. median nerve
  3. ulnar nerve
  4. axillary nerve

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23. Which among the following is a branch from the trunk of the brachial plexus

  1. suprascapular nerve
  2. long thoracic nerve
  3. anterior thoracic nerve
  4. the nerve to subclavius

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24. Laborer’s nerve is

  1. radial nerve
  2. ulnar nerve
  3. axillary nerve
  4. median nerve

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25. Root value of thoracodorsal nerve is

  1. C5C6C7
  2. C8T1
  3. C6C7C8
  4. T1T2

Ans (3)

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