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24 May 2018

PG NEET Anatomy Upper Limb MCQs 13

PG NEET Anatomy Upper Limb MCQs 13

  1. Which of the following is also known as the laborer’s nerve
    1. ulnar nerve
    2. median nerve
    3. anterior interosseous nerve
    4. radial nerve

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2. Muscles supplied by the median nerve are A/E

  1. abductor pollicis brevis
  2. opponens pollicis
  3. adductor pollicis
  4. first lumbrical
  5. flexor pollicis brevis

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3. Medial most content of cubital fossa

  1. median nerve
  2. biceps tendon
  3. brachial artery
  4. ulnar nerve

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4. Median nerve supplies all the muscles of the thumb except

  1. abductor pollicis brevis
  2. flexor pollicis brevis
  3. opponens pollicis
  4. adductor pollicis

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5. Ulnar nerve supplies all except

  1. flexor digitorum profundus
  2. flexor digitorum superifcialis
  3. flexor carpi ulnaris
  4. interossei

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6. Median nerve injury at wrist is commonly tested by

  1. contraction by abductor pollicis brevis
  2. contraction of flexor pollicis brevis
  3. loss of sensation on the palm
  4. loss of sensation on the ring finger

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7. Suprascapular nerve is a branch of brachial plexus arising from

  1. lateral cord
  2. medial cord
  3. posterior cord
  4. trunk

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8.  Compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel produces inability to

  1. abduct the thumb
  2. adduct the thumb
  3. flex the distal phalynx of thumb
  4. oppose the thumb

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9. Levator scapulae is supplied by

  1. suprascapular nerve
  2. upper subscapular nerve
  3. lower subscapular nerve
  4. dorsal scapular nerve

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10. A boy presents with c/o hypoaesthesia and wasting of the thenar eminence. The nerve most likely to be involved in this case is

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

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11. Nerve supply of adductor pollicis

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

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12. All the following muscles are paralyzed due to trauma to median nerve in the wrist except

  1. adductor pollicis
  2. abductor pollicis
  3. first two lumbrical
  4. muscles of the thenar eminence

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13. Froment’s sign is characteristically seen in

  1. ulnar nerve injury
  2. median nerve injury
  3. radial nerve injury
  4. intercostobrachial nerve injury

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14. Median nerve injury at the wrist cause all except

  1. thenar atrophy
  2. weakness of adductor pollicis
  3. weakness of 1st and 2nd lumbrical
  4. weakness of flexor pollicis brevis

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15. Deltoid muscle is supplied by

  1. axillary nerve
  2. upper subscapular nerve
  3. lower subscapular nerve
  4. thoraco dorsal nerve

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16. In median nerve injury which of the following does not occur

  1. loss of function of lumbrical to the index finger
  2. loss of function of the lumbrical of the middle finger
  3. effect on the muscle of the thenar eminence
  4. loss of adduction of the thumb

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17. Which nerve is involved in Saturday night palsy

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

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18. Median nerve injury at elbow affects A/E

  1. adduction of the thumb
  2. flexion at DIP joint of the 2nd finger
  3. flexion at PIP joint of the 3rd finger
  4. flexion of 1st and 2nd DIP of fingers

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19. Nerve involved in cubital tunnel syndrome

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

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20. Long thoracic nerve arises from nerve roots

  1. C6C7T1
  2. C7T1T2
  3. C5C6C7
  4. C5TOT1

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21. Following an RTA there is an inability to flex distal IP joint of index finger and IP joint of the thumb. The nerve most probably injured is

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

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22. Nerve originating from posterior cord of brachial plexus

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

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23. Largest branch of brachial plexus

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

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24. Structure lying immediately posterior to the medial epicondyle

  1. ulnar nerve
  2. median nerve
  3. the cutaneous nerve of arm
  4. radial nerve

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25. Long thoracic nerve is tested by

  1. asking the patient to push against resistance with the arm extended at the elbow and flexed to 90° at the shoulder
  2. shrugging the shoulder against resistance
  3. turning the chin to opposite side against resistance
  4. the abduction of shoulder above 90° against resistance

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