Tuesday, 1st May 2018
1 May 2018

PG NEET ENT MCQs 1 – Embryology and Anatomy of Ear

PG NEET ENT MCQs 1 – Embryology and Anatomy of Ear

  1. Ceruminous glands present in the ear are
    1. modified eccrine gland
    2. modified apocrine gland
    3. mucous gland
    4. modified holocrine gland

Ans (2)

2. Pinna develops from

  1. 1st pharyngeal arch
  2. 1st and 3rd pharyngeal arch
  3. 1st and 2nd pharyngeal arch
  4. 2nd pharyngeal arch

Ans (3)

3. Pinna is made of how many cartilages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

Ans (1)

4. Nerve supply for external ear are all except

  1. greater occipital nerve
  2. greater auricular nerve
  3. auriculotemporal nerve
  4. lesser occipital nerve

Ans (1)

5. True regarding the marked below

  1. improper fusion of auricular tubercles
  2. persistent closure of second branchial arch
  3. an autosomal recessive pattern
  4. none

Ans (1)

6. Incisura terminalis lies between

  1. tragus and crux of helix
  2. helix and antihelix
  3. antitragus and antihelix
  4. tragus and antitragus

Ans (1)

7. All the following nerves supply auricle and external meatus except

  1. trigeminal nerve
  2. glossopharyngeal nerve
  3. auditory nerve
  4. vagus nerve

Ans (3)

8. External auditory canal is formed by

  1. 1st branchial groove
  2. 1st visceral groove
  3. 2nd branchial groove
  4. 2nd visceral pouch

Ans (1)

9. Length of external auditory canal is

  1. 12 mm
  2. 18 mm
  3. 24 mm
  4. 36 mm

Ans (3)

10. Skin over pinna is fixed

  1. firmly on both sides
  2. loosely on medial side
  3. loosely on lateral side
  4. loosely on both sides

Ans (2)

11. Call aural fistula is

  1. 1st branchial cleft anomaly
  2. 2nd branchial cleft anomaly
  3. 1st branchial pouch anomaly
  4. 2nd branchial pouch anomaly

Ans (1)

12. To visualize, the tympanic membrane pinna has to be pulled

  1. upwards backward and medially
  2. upwards backward and laterally
  3. upwards forwards and medially
  4. upwards forwards and laterally

And (2)

13. Sensory supply of external auditory meatus is by

  1. pterygomandibular ganglion
  2. geniculate ganglion
  3. facial nerve
  4. auriculotemporal nerve

Ans (4)

14. A newborn presents with bilateral microtia and external auditory canal atresia. Corrective surgery is usually performed at

  1. < than one year of age
  2. 5-7 years of age
  3. puberty
  4. adulthood

And (2)

15. Cone of light is seen in which part of TM

  1. anterosuperior
  2. posterosuperior
  3. posteroinferior
  4. anteroinferior

Ans (4)

16. What is the color of the normal tympanic membrane

  1. pearly white
  2. gray
  3. yellow
  4. red

Ans (1)

17. Eustachian tube develops from

  1. 2nd and 3rd pharyngeal pouch
  2. 1st pharyngeal pouch
  3. 2nd pharyngeal pouch
  4. 3rd pharyngeal pouch

Ans (2&3)

18. Most reliable landmark in otoscopy

  1. cone of light
  2. anterior and posterior malleal fold
  3. umbo
  4. lateral process of malleus

Ans (3)

19. Dehiscence of anterior wall of the external auditory canal cause infection in the parotid gland via

  1. fissure of Santorini
  2. notch of Rivinua
  3. petrous fissure
  4. retropharyngeal fissure

Ans (1)

20. The proximal part of Tubo tympanic recess leads to the formation of

  1. external ear
  2. pharyngotympanic tube
  3. middle ear cavity
  4. antrum

Ans (2)

21. Nerve supply to auricle and external canal is A/E

  1. Arnold’s nerve
  2. auriculotemporal nerve
  3. Jacobson’s nerve
  4. lesser occipital nerve

Ans (3)

22. The most mobile part of the tympanic membrane

  1. central
  2. peripheral
  3. both
  4. none

Ans (2)

23. The following structure represents all three components of the embryonic disc

  1. tympanic membrane
  2. retina
  3. meninges
  4. none

Ans (1)

24. Medial surface of tympanic membrane is supplied by

  1. Arnold’s nerve
  2. auriculotemporal nerve
  3. Jacobson’s nerve
  4. Vidian nerve

Ans (3)

25. Pars flaccida of tympanic membrane is also called

  1. Reissner’s membrane
  2. Shrapnel’s membrane
  3. Basilar membrane
  4. secondary tympanic membrane

Ans (2)

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