Wednesday, 11th October 2017
11 October 2017

PG NEET ENT MCQs 7 – Anatomy and Embryology

PG NEET ENT MCQs 7 – Anatomy and Embryology

Appreciation of sound occurs in

  1. organ of Corti
  2. basilar membrane
  3. cochlear nuclei
  4. transverse temporal gyrus

Ans (4)

2. Otolith organs are concerned with function of

  1. hearing
  2. rotatory nystagmus
  3. linear acceleration
  4. angular acceleration

Ans (3)

3. Static equilibrium is due to

  1. macula
  2. cupula
  3. end organ of Corti
  4. cristae ampulae

Ans (1)

4. All are correctly matched except

  1. otolith – made up of uric acid crystal
  2. the position of otolith – changes with head position
  3. otolith – component of maculae
  4. otolith organ – stimulated by gravity and linear acceleration

Ans (1)

5. Eustachian tube

  1. connects the middle ear to the pharynx
  2. is oblique in infants
  3. is wider in adults
  4. opens in the oropharynx

Ans (1)

6. In the utricle tip links in the hair cells are involved in

  1. formation of perilymph
  2. regulation of distortion activated ion channels
  3. depolarization of stria vascularis
  4. movements of basement membrane

Ans (2)

7. Type of joint between malleus and incus

  1. saddle
  2. ball and socket
  3. hinge
  4. pivot

Ans (1)

8. Site of Darwin’s tubercle is

  1. posterolateral part of helix
  2. tragus
  3. incisura terminalis
  4. lobule

Ans (1)

9. Common nerve supplying pinna TM joint and EAC

  1. glossopharyngeal
  2. Arnolds
  3. greater auricle
  4. occipital

Ans (2)

10. The direction of bony EAC is

  1. upwards backwards medially
  2. upwards backwards laterally
  3. downwards forwards medially
  4. downwards forwards laterally

Ans (3)

11. Membranous labyrinth develops from

  1. surface ectoderm
  2. first cleft
  3. turbo tympanic recess
  4. mandibular arch

Ans (1)

12. Complete absence of bony and membranous labyrinth

  1. mondini aplasia
  2. Michel aplasia
  3. cochlear saccular aplasia
  4. alexander aplasia

Ans (2)

13. Pain in tonsillitis is referred to the ear through

  1. IX
  2. X
  3. XI
  4. VII

Ans (1)

14. Location of preauricular sinus is

  1. tragus
  2. anti tragus
  3. the root of the helix
  4. anti helix

Ans (3)

15. Not seen on the medial wall of the middle ear

  1. promontory
  2. oval window
  3. facial recess
  4. lateral semicircular canal bridge

Ans (3)

16. Skin of the lower one-third of the auricle is supplied by the nerve

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

Ans (3)

17. Chorda tympani passes between which layers of tympanic membrane

  1. outer and middle
  2. middle and inner
  3. epithelial layer
  4. none

Ans (2)

18. Suprameatal triangle is the external marking of

  1. aditus
  2. chorda tympani
  3. mastoid antrum
  4. facial nerve

Ans (3)

19. The angle of Tm with the horizontal is

  1. 35°
  2. 55°
  3. 75°
  4. 90°

Ans (2)

20. Find the incorrect pair

  1. tympanic membrane – malleus
  2. helicotrema – apex of cochlea
  3. basement membrane – cochlea
  4. otolith – semicircular canal

Ans (4)

21. A 5-year old child develops parotitis following otitis externa. This could have happened through

  1. cochlear aqueduct
  2. fissures of Santorini
  3. isthmus
  4. foramen of Morgagni

Ans (2)

22. Cranial nerve passing through internal auditory canal

  1. 7th cranial nerve
  2. 9th cranial nerve
  3. 10th cranial nerve
  4. 11th cranial nerve
  5. 12th cranial nerve

Ans (1)

23. Stria vascularis is present in

  1. cochlea
  2. saccule
  3. utricle
  4. semi-circular canal

Ans (1)

24. Otoconia is seen in

  1. utricle
  2. superior semicircular canal
  3. lateral semicircular canal
  4. cochlea

Ans (1)

25. Feature of Scheibe’s dysplasia is

  1. semicircular canal fistula
  2. abnormality in bony labyrinth
  3. dysplasia of saccule and cochlea
  4. middle ear anomaly

Ans (3)

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