Wednesday, 23rd May 2018
23 May 2018

PG NEET ENT MCQs 3 – Ear Anatomy and Embryology

PG NEET ENT MCQs 3 – Ear Anatomy and Embryology

  1. Not included in bony labyrinth
    1. cochlea
    2. semicircular canal
    3. organ of Corti
    4. vestibule

Ans (3)

2. Sensory nerve supply of middle ear cavity is provided

  1. facial
  2. glossopharyngeal
  3. vagus
  4. trigeminal

Ans (2)

3. The part of the middle ear around the tympanum orifice of eustachian tube is called

  1. epitympanum
  2. mesotympanum
  3. hypotympanum
  4. protympanum

Ans (4)

4. The bony cochlea is a coiled tube making …… turns around a bony pyramid called

  1. 2 1/4, modulus
  2. 2 1/2, helicotrema
  3. 2 3/4, modiolus
  4. 2 3/4, helicotrema

Ans (3)

5. Tegmen separates middle ear from the middle cranial fossa containing temporal lobe of brain by

  1. medial wall of the middle ear
  2. the lateral wall of the middle ear
  3. the root of middle ear
  4. the anterior wall of the middle ear

Ans (3)

6. The bone which separates the middle ear from the middle cranial fossa

  1. scutum
  2. attic
  3. tegmen antri
  4. tegmen tympani

Ans (4)

7. Organ of Corti is situated in

  1. scala media
  2. S. tympani
  3. S. vestibuli
  4. saccule

Ans (1)

8. Facial recess or the posterior sinus is bounded by

  1. medially by the vertical part of VII nerve
  2. laterally by the chorda tympani
  3. above by the fossa includis
  4. all the above

Ans (4)

9. The roof of the middle ear is formed by

  1. head of the malleus
  2. tegmen tympani
  3. Processus cochleariformis
  4. chorda tympani

Ans (2)

10. Fetus starts hearing by what time in the uterus

  1. 14 weeks
  2. 20 weeks
  3. 32 weeks
  4. 38 weeks

Ans (2)

11. Floor of the middle ear cavity is in relation with

  1. internal carotid artery
  2. the bulb of the internal jugular vein
  3. sigmoid sinus
  4. round window

Ans (2)

12. Jugular bulb is related to which part of tympanic membrane

  1. floor
  2. anterior wall
  3. medial wall
  4. posterior wall

Ans (1)

13. Semicircular canal is stimulated by

  1. gravity
  2. linear acceleration
  3. rotation
  4. sound

Ans (3)

14. Promontory seen in the middle ear is

  1. jugular bridge
  2. basal turn of cochlea
  3. semicircular canal
  4. head of incus

Ans (2)

15. The floor of the middle ear cavity is related to

  1. internal carotid artery
  2. jugular bulb
  3. facial nerve
  4. chorda tympani

Ans (2)

16. Sense organ for hearing

  1. organ of Corti
  2. cristae
  3. maculae
  4. none

Ans (1)

17. Processus cochleariformis attaches to

  1. tendon of tensor tympani
  2. basal turn of helix
  3. handle of malleus
  4. incus

Ans (1)

18. Scutum is a part of which wall of middle ear

  1. roof
  2. lateral wall
  3. medial wall
  4. floor

Ans (2)

19. Horizontal semicircular canal responds to

  1. horizontal acceleration
  2. rotational acceleration
  3. gravity
  4. head tilt

Ans (2)

20. Mac Ewan’s triangle is the landmark for

  1. maxillary sinus
  2. mastoid antrum
  3. frontal sinus
  4. none

Ans (2)

21. All the following form part of medial wall of the middle ear except

  1. promontory
  2. fenestra vestibuli
  3. pyramid
  4. Processus cochleariformis

Ans (3)

22. Angular movements are sensed by

  1. cochlea
  2. saccule
  3. utricle
  4. semicircular canal

Ans (4)

23. The suprameatal triangle overlies

  1. mastoid antrum
  2. mastoid air cell
  3. antrum
  4. facial nerve

Ans (1)

24. Not seen in the medial wall of the middle ear

  1. promontory
  2. oval window
  3. facial recess
  4. round window

Ans (3)

25. Stapes foot plate covers

  1. round window
  2. oval window
  3. sinus tympani
  4. pyramid

Ans (2)

Will continue on day 5

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