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Some old AIIMS anatomy Questions
ANATOMY
1) Tongue muscles develop from
1) Mesoderm of pharyngeal pouch
2) occipital somites
3) cervical somites
2) Meiosis in spermatogenesis occurs in which step
1) Primary spermatogonia to secondary spermatogonia
2) Spermatid to round spermatid
 
3) Lt renal vein crosses aorta at the level of
1) Posteriorly at the level of SMA
2) Anteriorly above the level of SMA
3) Anteriorly below the level of IMA
4) Anteriorly below the level of SMA
 
4) Fourth lobe of liver by Couinard’s classification
1) Left lobe
2) Right lobe
3) Quadrate lobe
4) Caudate lobe
 
5) Regarding development of gonads what is true
1) Y chromosome is associated with development of the ovary
2) Genital ridge develops at 5th week
3) Male genitals develop earlier than female genitals
4) External genitalia complete at 10 wks
 
6) Transitional epithelium is seen in A/E:
1) Collecting duct
2) Minor calyces
3) Ureter
4) Bladder
 
7) Perforators are not present at
1) Ankle
2) Calf
3) Mid thigh
4) Below inguinal ligament
 
Pericardial pain is conducted through
1) Superficial cardiac plexus
2) Deep cardiac plexus
3) Phrenic nerve
4) Intercostobrachial nerve
 
9) Initiation and maintenance of primitive streak is by
1) Fibroblast growth factor 8
2) BMP4
3) EGRF
4) Nodagen gene
 
10) In hyaline cartilage collagen present is:
1) Type 1
2) Type 2
3) Type 3
4) Type 4
 
11) Gb epithelium is
1) Simple columnar
2) Simple columnar with brush border
3) Squamous
4) Cuboidal with stercocilia
 
12) Block in second part of axillary artery. Which will serve as collaterals?
1) Subscapular and posterior circumflex humeral
2) Circumflex scapular and anterior circumflex scapular
 
13) What is the uppermost structure in the left hilum?
1) Pulmonary artery
2) Pulmonary vein
3) Bronchial artery
4) Bronchus
 
14) Which muscle is not punctured in thoracocentesis in mid-axillary line
1) Internal intercostals
2) External intercostals
3) Transverse thoracis
4) Innermost intercostals
 
15) All are components of basement membrane except:
1) Laminin
2) Entactin
3) Rhodopsin
 
16) Ulnar nerve palsy causes A/E:
1) Claw hand
2) Hypothenar wasting
3) Anaesthesia of medial palm
4) Adductor pollicis is intact
 
17) Watershed area between SMA and IMA
1) Ascending colon
2) Descending colon
3) Splenic flexure
4) Hepatic flexure
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