Wednesday, 11th October 2017
11 October 2017

PG NEET ENT MCQs 5 – Anatomy and Embryology

PG NEET ENT MCQs 5 – Anatomy and Embryology

All the following are part of bony labyrinth except

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

Ans (3)

2. The commonest genetic defect of inner ear causing deafness is

  1. Michel aplasia
  2. Montini dysplasia
  3. Scheibe dysplasia
  4. alexander dysplasia

Ans (3)

3. True about Eustachian tube is a/e

  1. size is 3.75 cm
  2. higher elastin content in adults
  3. It opens into the middle ear cavity in the anterior wall
  4. More horizontal in adults

Ans (4)

4. Oval window opens into

  1. utricle
  2. saccule
  3. scala tympani
  4. scala vestibule

Ans (4)

5. Which nerve is responsible for referred pain to the ear

  1. IX
  2. III
  3. XI
  4. XII

Ans (1)

6.Endolymph in inner ear

  1. is a filtrate of blood serum
  2. is secreted by striae vascularis
  3. is secreted by basilar membrane
  4. is secreted by hair cells

Ans (2)

7. The semicircular canal responds to

  1. gravitational pull
  2. linear acceleration
  3. angular acceleration
  4. sound vibration

Ans (3)

8. Which of the following pain is not referred to the ear

  1. pharynx
  2. tongue
  3. TM joint
  4. vestibule of nose

Ans (4)

9. Labyrinthine artery is a branch of

  1. internal carotid artery
  2. basilar artery
  3. posterior cerebellar artery
  4. anteroinferior cerebellar artery

Ans (4)

10. Linear acceleration with forward movement of the head is detected by

  1. macula of utricle
  2. macule of the saccule
  3. lateral semicircular canal
  4. posterior semicircular canal

Ans (3)

11. Referred otalgia can be due to

  1. Ca larynx
  2. Ca oral cavity
  3. Ca tongue
  4. All the above

Ans (4)

12. Vertical crest at the internal auditory canal is

  1. Bill’s bar
  2. ponticulus
  3. cog
  4. falciform crest

Ans (1)

13. Endolymph is produced by

  1. scala vestibule
  2. stria vascularis
  3. endolymphatic sac
  4. outer hair cells

Ans (2)

14. In Ca base of the tongue pain is referred to the ear through

  1. hypoglossal nerve
  2. Vagus nerve
  3. glossopharyngeal nerve
  4. lingual nerve

Ans (3)

15. True about preauricular sinus

  1. improper fusion of auricular tubercles
  2. persistent opening of first branchial arch
  3. autosomal recessive pattern
  4. all the above

Ans (1)

16. Organ of Corti is located in

  1. membranous labyrinth
  2. bony labyrinth
  3. middle ear
  4. utricle

Ans (1)

17. Tensor tympani is supplied by

  1. anterior part of V nerve
  2. posterior part of V nerve
  3. IX nerve
  4. VII nerve

Ans (1)

18. Nerve of Pterygoid canal is known as

  1. Arnold’s nerve
  2. Vidian nerve
  3. nerve of Kuntz
  4. criminal nerve of grassi

Ans (2)

19. Organ of Corti is situated on

  1. Reisner’s membrane
  2. basilar membrane
  3. otolithic membrane
  4. stria vascularis

Ans (2)

20. Secondary tympanic membrane is present over

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

Ans (2)

21. Singular nerve is a

  1. superior vestibular nerve supplying posterior semicircular canal
  2. inferior vestibular nerve supplying posterior semicircular canal
  3. superior vestibular nerve supplying anterior semicircular canal
  4. inferior vestibular nerve supplying anterior semicircular canal

Ans (2)

22. Lymphatic drainage of inner ear is

  1. parotid nodes
  2. infra auricular nodes
  3. retro pharyngeal nodes
  4. none

Ans (4)

23. While doing posterio

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