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REFERENCE: Clinically Oriented Anatomy 3

By : Keith Moore

C 1. True about the spinal cord in adults; EXCEPT
A. occupies only the superior !"3 o# the $ertebral canal endin% usually at lo&er border o#
'1 $ertebra
(. blood supplies are arisin% #rom the branches o# $ertebral deep cer$ical) intercostal and lumbar
C. anterior spinal arteries supply the anterior 1"3 o# the spinal cord &hile its posterior !"3 is
supplied by posterior spinal arteries
*. its internal $ertebral $enous ple+uses are seen e+ternal to the dura mater.
E. patient is ,uadriple%ic i# the cer$ical cord superior to C3 is transected and may die o&in% to
respiratory #ailure
C !. *escribin% the inter$ertebral dis-; EXCEPT
A. thinnest in the thoracic re%ion and thic-est in the lumbar re%ion
(. its posterior lon%itudinal li%ament lies &ithin the $ertebral canal
C. the most superior inter$ertebral dis- is bet&een C1 and C! $ertebra
*. the central cord &hich is nucleus pulposus is hi%hly elastic
E. its anulus #ibrous is composed o# concentric lamellae o# #ibrocartila%e
REFERENCE: Clinically Oriented Anatomy 3
By Keith Moore
C 3. The pretracheal layer o# the deep cer$ical #ascia surrounds this structure and #orms it #alse capsule
A. trachea *. sternocleidomastoid
(. laryn+ E. hyoid
C. thyroid %land
A .. /hich o# the #ollo&in% is not a muscle o# the posterior trian%le o# nec-0
A. superior belly o# omohyoid *. splenius capitis
(. le$ator scapula E. anterior scalene
C. middle scalene
E 1. A stab &ound on the nec- &hich in2ures the spinal root o# C3 X4 results to the #ollo&in% si%ns and
5ymptoms; EXCEPT
A &ea-ness in turnin% head to the opposite side
(. droopin% o# the shoulder
C. inability to ele$ate the shoulder
*. &ea-ness and atrophy o# the trape6ius
E. loss o# pain sensation on the shoulder and upper chest
( 7. One o# the possible complications o# thyroiodectomy is in2ury to the recurrent laryn%eal ner$e
resultin% to hoarseness. /hich is not true about the recurrent laryn%eal ner$e
A. it courses in the %roo$e o# bet&een the trachea and esopha%us
(. it supplies all the laryn%eal muscles
C. it continues as the in#erior laryn%eal ner$e
*. it is the motor ner$e o# the laryn+
E. the le#t recurrent laryn%eal branches #rom the $a%us in the thoracic ca$ity
C 8. 4n sur%ical treatment o# hyperthyroidism) the posterior part o# each lobe o# the enlar%ed thyroid is
usually preser$ed to protect and spare the
A. trachea *. thyroidea ima
(. in#erior thyroid artery E. e+ternal laryn%eal ner$e
C. superior laryn%eal artery
A 9. Amon% the #ollo&in%) the best site #or thoracentesis is
A. :
intercostal space) mida+illary line *. 8
intercostal space) mida+illary line
(. 7
intercostal space) midcla$icular line E. 1;
intercostal space) scapular line
C. 9
intercostal space) scapular line
C :. The anterior intercostal spaces are supplied by anterior intercostals arteries &hich arise #rom
A. posterior intercostals artery *. superior epi%astric artery
(. thoracic aorta E. lateral thoracic artery
C. internal mammary artery
* 1;. Muscle o# e+piration
A. anterior scalene *. trans$ersus thoracis
(. diaphra%m E. le$atores costarum
C. e+ternal intercostal
( 11. Each lun% has 1; bronchopulmonary se%ments &hich can be sur%ically remo$ed i# necessary and
independent o# the other se%ments. A bronchopulmonary se%ment is supplied by a
A. secondary bronchus *. bronchiole
(. tertiary bronchus E. terminal bronchiole
A 1!. This structure can be #ound both in the superior and posterior compartments o# the mediastinum
A. thoracic duct *. lun%s
(. superior $ena ca$a E. arch o# aorta
C. trachea
( 13. 4n the cardiac silhouette o# a radio%raph the ri%ht border o# the heart is #ormed by
A. ri%ht $entricle *. le#t atrium
(. ri%ht atrium E. pulmonary trun-
C. ascendin% aorta
C 1.. This structure is #ound only in the ri%ht $entricle
A. chordae tendinae *. papillary muscles
(. trabeculae carnae E. aortic $al$e
C. moderator band
C 11. Auscultation o# the mitral $al$e is best heard at the
A. !
intercostal space) le#t midcla$icular line *. !
intercostal space) ri%ht parasternal line
(. 7
intercostal space) ri%ht parasternal line E. .
intercostal space) anterior a+illary line
C. 1
intercostal space) le#t midcla$icular line
A 17. The coronary arteries arise #rom the
A. ascendin% aorta *. circum#le+ artery
(. arch o# aorta E. mar%inal artery
C. thoracic aorta
A 18. The a6y%os $ein pro$ides an alternate draina%e #or the abdomen and bac-. 4t ends by drainin% into
A. superior $ena ca$a *. le#t brachiocephalic $ein
(. in#erior $ena ca$a E. posterior intercostals $ein
C. ri%ht brachiocephalic $ein
( 19. The $a%us ner$es course throu%h the thoracic ca$ity and enters the abdominal ca$ity throu%h the
A. aortic openin% o# the diaphra%m *. muscle #ibers o# the diaphra%m
(. esopha%eal openin% o# the diaphra%m E. openin% behind the medial arcuate li%ament
C. $ena ca$al openin% o# the diaphra%m
E 1:. The li%amentum arteriosum passes #orm the in#erior conca$e sur#ace o# the arch o# aorta to the
A. le#t superior pulmonary $ein *. ri%ht pulmonary trun-
(. ri%ht superior pulmonary $ein E. le#t pulmonary artery
C. pulmonary trun-
C !;. The ad$anced cases o# arterial disease associated &ith an aneurysm o# the arch o# aorta) pressure
may e+erted on the
A. lun%s *. a6y%os $ein
(. le#t atrium E. superior $ena ca$a
C. trachea
( !1.The mediastinum is di$ided into a superior and in#erior compartment by a plane passin% throu%h
A. thoracic inlet *. upper sur#ace o# dome o# diaphra%m
(. sternal an%le E. ape+ o# the heart
C. base o# the heart
E !!. This structure lies outside the middle mediastinum
A. pericardium *. heart
(. phrenic ner$e E. thymus %land
C. %reat arteries o# the heart
REFERENCE: Clinically Oriented Anatomy 3
By : Keith Moore
C !3. Cranial bone #ormin% part o# the middle cranial #ossa
A. ethmoid *. occipital
(. #rontal E. parietal
C. sphenoid
* !.. Middle menin%eal artery is transmitted throu%h the #ollo&in% #oramen
A. o$ale *. spinosum
(. rotundum E. superior orbital #issure
C. lacerum
C !1. Aside #rom the occipital lobe) the posterior cerebral artery supplies the #ollo&in%
A. pons *. parietal lobe
(. cerebellum E. basal %an%lia
C. basal part o# the temporal lobe
A !7. The immediate trun- o# ori%in o# the $ertebral artery is
A. subcla$ian *. internal carotid
(. thoracic aorta E. common carotid
C. e+ternal carotid
( !8. <oute o# in#ection #rom the upper lip to the ca$ernous sinus
A. anterior #acial $ein throu%h the in#erior ophthalmic $ein
(. anterior #acial $ein throu%h the superior ophthalmic $ein
C. throu%h the deep #acial $ein
*. throu%h the ptery%oid $enous ple+us
E. posterior #acial $eins
E !9. Muscle o# #ace that pierced by the parotid duct
A. masseter *. orbicularis oris
(. risorius E. buccinator
C. 6y%omaticus ma2or
A !:. 5ali$ary duct"s &hose termination is into the oral $estibule
A. parotid duct *. ma2or duct o# sublin%ual %land = (artholin>s ?
(. submandibular duct E. 5tensen>s and /harton>s ducts
C. minor duct o# sublin%ual %land = <i$inus ?
* 3;. Operation on the parotid %land poses dan%er to the branches o# the #ollo&in% ner$e
A. tri%eminal *. #acial
(. %lossopharyn%eal E. hypo%lossal
C. $a%us
E 31. The anterior di$ision o# the mandible ner$e supplies motor ner$es to the #ollo&in% muscles;
A. temporalis *. medial ptery%oid
(. masseter E. mylohyoid
C. lateral ptery%oid
C 3!. /hich o# the #ollo&in% layers o# the eyelid %i$e shapes and #orm to the eyelid
A. orbicularis occuli *. palpebral con2uncti$a
(. le$ator palpebrae superioris E. orbicularis oculi and tarsal plate
C. tarsal plate
( 33. /hich o# the #ollo&in% is lod%ed in the lacrimal bone0
A. lacrimal %land *. lacrimal canaliculi
(. lacrimal sac E. caruncle
C. lacrimal duct
* 3.. This bone #orms part o# the nasal septum
A. sphenoid *. ethmoid
(. nasal bone E. #rontal
C. ma+illa
A 31. Paranasal sinus that communicates &ith the nasal ca$ity throu%h its openin% in the superior meatus
A. posterior ethmoidal *. #rontal
(. anterior ethmoidal E. sphenoid
C. middle ethmoidal
C 37. This bones #orms part o# the lateral &all o# the orbit
A. temporal *. occipital
(. parietal E. ethmoid
C. sphenoid
( 38. The hypo%lossal ner$e supplies the #ollo&in% muscles o# the ton%ue; EXCEPT
A. all intrinsic muscles *. %enio%lossus
(. palato%lossus E. stylo%lossus
C. hypo%lossus
( 39. The Eustachian tube opens in the #ollo&in% area in the pharyn+
A. root o# nasopharyn+ *. anterior portion o# laryn%opharyn+
(. lateral &all o# nasopharyn+ E. posterior &all o# laryn%opharyn+
C. lateral part o# oropharyn+
A 3:. 'ateral &all o# middle ear
A. tympanic membrane *. carotid &all
(. te%men tympani E. $entricular &all
C. 2u%ular &all
C .;. Endolymph is contained in the #ollo&in% spaces
A. scala tympani *. $estibule
(. semicircular canals E. saccule
C. scala media
* .1. 'ayer o# scalp that contains the emissary $eins
A. 1
layer *. loss areolar tissue layer
(. dense connecti$e tissue layer E. pericranial layer
C. aponeurotic layer
A .!. Middle menin%eal artery is a branch o#
A. internal ma+illary *. internal carotid
(. e+ternal carotid E. middle cerebral artery
C. #acial
REFERENCE: Clinically Oriented Anatomy 3
By : (en Pans-y
( .3. <i%ht and le#t hypochondriac are described as
A. abo$e transpyloric bet&een the ! lateral lines
(. abo$e transpyloric) but lateral to the ri%ht and le#t $ertical lines
C. bet&een transpyloric) transtubercular and ! $ertical lines
*. belo& transtubercular line and bet&een $ertical lines
E. none o# the abo$e
C ... Or%ans structures located in the epi%astrium; EXCEPT
A. stomach *. duodenum
(. li$er E. pancreas
C. spleen
E .1. @ormation o# the anterior rectus sheath abo$e the symphysis pubis is deri$ed #rom
A. e+ternal obli,ue aponeurosis *. ( and C only
(. internal obli,ue aponeurosis E. all o# the abo$e
C. trans$ersus abdominis aponeurosis
A .7. The #ollo&in% structure #orms the anterior &all o# the in%uinal canal
A. e+ternal obli,ue aponeurosis *. in%uinal li%ament
(. internal obli,ue aponeurosis E. none o# the abo$e
C. #ascia trans$ersalis
* .8. The #ollo&in% are sources o# blood supply o# the stomach; EXCEPT
A. ri%ht %astric artery *. hepatic proper artery
(. le#t %astric artery E. splenic artery
C. common hepatic artery
( .9. True o# the pancreas; EXCEPT
A. the head lies &ithin the cur$e o# the duodenum
(. most o# the anterior ri%ht side is separated #rom the trans$erse colon by the co$erin% o#
C. behind the nec- is related the portal $ein
*. the upper border o# the body is related to the coeliac artery
E. tail #orms the le#t e+tremity) e+tendin% to the sur#ace o# the spleen
E .:. The #ollo&in% are sources o# blood supply o# the pancreas; EXCEPT
A. splenic artery *. in#erior pancreaticoduodenal artery
(. %astroduodenal artery E. %astroepiploic artery
C. superior pancreaticoduodenal artery
A 1;. The #ollo&in% are tributaries o# the portal $ein; EXCEPT
A. hepatic $eins *. superior mesenteric $ein
(. le#t %astric $ein E. splenic $ein
C. le#t %astric epiploic $ein
* 11. The #ollo&in% are unpaired $isceral branches o# the abdominal aorta
A. coeliac artery *. median sacral artery
(. superior mesenteric artery E. all o# the abo$e
C. in#erior mesenteric artery
C 1!. True o# lar%e intestine; EXCEPT
A. terminal part is the anus
(. the trans$erse colon is the most mo$able portion
C. the si%moid is not completely co$ered by peritoneum
*. the rectum be%ins at the le$el o# sacral $ertebra 3
E. the cecum is the &idest part
( 13. True o# the biliary system; EXCEPT
A the %allbladder ser$es to concentrate and secrete the bile
(. the #undus o# the %allbladder lies at the le#t border o# the ri%ht rectus muscle at the end o# the
costal cartila%e
C. the cystic duct contains spiral #olds called Aal$es o# Beister
*. the common bile duct runs caudally in the #ree ed%e o# the lesser omentum.
E. common bile duct and the duct o# /irsun% in most cases ha$e a common openin% on the ma2or
( 1.. The $isceral sur#ace o# the li$er is related to the #ollo&in% or%ans; EXCEPT
A. stomach *. colon
(. le#t -idney E. ri%ht suprarenal %land
C. duodenum
( 11. 'i%ament o# the li$er deri$ed #rom embryonic blood $essel
A. coronary li%ament *. trian%ular li%ament
(. li%amentum teres E. none o# the abo$e
C. #alci#orm li%ament
A 17. True o# the suprarenal %land; EXCEPT
A. ri%ht is semilunar in shape
(. in#erior suprarenal artery is a branch o# the renal artery
C. the medulla secretes epinephrine and norepinephrine
*. the corte+ secretes aldosterone
E. the corte+ is deri$ed #rom the mesoderm
C 18. The #ollo&in% structures support the -idney to maintain its positions; EXCEPT
A. renal #ascia = Cerota ? *. perirenal #ats
(. renal artery and $ein E. pararenal #ats
C. renal #ibrous capsule
REFERENCE: Clinically Oriented Anatomy 3
By : Keith Moore
C 19. The %eneral structures o# the #emale pel$is sho& the #ollo&in% #eatures; EXCEPT
A. the #emale pel$ic ca$ity is &ider) shallo&er) and has lar%er superior and in#erior pel$ic
(. the sacrum is less cur$ed
C. round obturator #oramen
*. &ider pubic arch
E. ischial tuberosities are located #arther apart
C 1:. This type o# pel$is is the most spacious obstetrically
A. android *. anthrophoid
(. platypelloid E. none o# the abo$e
C. %ynecoid
C 7;. This thin trian%ular li%aments e+tend #rom the lateral mar%in o# the sacrum and coccy+ to the
ischial spine
A. sacroiliac li%ament *. sacrotuberous li%ament
(. iliolumbar li%ament E. none o# the abo$e
C. sacrospinous li%ament
C 71. The #ollo&in% statement describes the &alls o# the pel$is) EXCEPT
A. the anterior &all is #ormed by the bodies o# the pubic bones
(. the piri#ormis lines the posterior &all laterally
C. the le$ator ani and coccy%eus co$er the lateral pel$ic ca$ity
*. the obturator internus muscles co$er most o# the lateral &all
E. the posterior &all is #ormed by the sacrum &ith ad2acent parts o# the ilium and the sacroiliac
E 7!. The le$ator ani muscle is composed o# the #ollo&in%; EXCEPT
A. puborectalis *. pubococcy%eus
(. iliococcy%eus E. le$ator prostatae
C. coccy%eus
( 73. This branch arises #rom the posterior di$ision o# the internal iliac artery
A. internal pudendal artery *. umbilical artery
(. lateral sacral artery E. in#erior %luteal artery
C. middle rectal artery
( 7.. The &idest and most dilatable part o# the male urethra
A. pre prostatic *. spon%y
(. prostatic E. penile
C. membranous
( 71. All o# the #ollo&in% are parts o# the uterus; EXCEPT
A. internal os *. e+ternal os
(. posterior #orni+ E. cer$ical canal
C. isthmus
C 77. The #ollo&in% muscles can constrict the $a%ina and act li-e sphincter; EXCEPT
A. pubo$a%inalis *. ischioca$ernosus
(. uro%enital diaphra%m E. A) ( and C only
C. bulbospon%iosus
A 78. This part is the &idest and lon%est part o# the uterine tube
A. ampulla *. in#undibulum
(. isthmus E. cornua
C. intramural
E 79. All o# the #ollo&in% #orms the boundary o# the perineum) EXCEPT
A. pubic symphysis *. coccy+
(. ischial tuberosities E. sacrospinous li%aments
C. sacrotuberous li%aments
A 7:. 4n the male) the deep perineal space contains the #ollo&in%; EXCEPT
A. prostatic urethra *. bulbourethral %lands o# Co&per
(. sphincter urethra E. deep trans$erse perineal muscle
C. membranous urethral %lands
C 8;. The superior end o# the anal columns &here the rectum 2oins the anal canal
A. pectinate line *. anal $al$e
(. mucoscutaneous line E. perineal body
C. anorectal line
A 81. Tributary"ies o# the portal $ein
A. superior hemorrhoidal $ein *. all o# the precedin%
(. middle hemorrhoidal $ein E. none o# the precedin%
C. in#erior hemorrhoidal $ein
C 8!. The %reater $estibular %lands = (artholin>s %lands ? in the #emale are homolo%ous &ith the
A. prostate %land *. seminal $esicle
(. paraurethral %land E. 5-ene>s %lands
C. bulbourethral %lands
REFERENCES : 1. Concise Bistolo%y !
By: (loom and @aucet
!. (asic Bistolo%y 1;
( 83. True statement about cell membrane
A. its permeability is due to its trilipid structure
(. is composed o# branchin% oli%osaccharides
C. is made up o# mainly o# sphin%olipids and some %lycoproteins
*. is di$ided into the inner and outer membranes
* 8.. Metabolic acti$ity " acti$ities that occur"s in mitochondrial matri+
A. %lycolysis *. citric acid cycle
(. %luconeo%enesis E. all o# the abo$e
C. electro transport chain
( 81. Templates #or transcription are carried by
A. *3A *. r <3A
(. m <3A E. amino acids
C. t <3A
C 87. The characteristic cells o# the li$er are
A. arran%ed hapha6ardly *. capable o# pha%ocytosis
(. tubular branchin% E. capable o# storin% $itamin
C. binucleated
( 88. Most &idely distributed #undamental type o# tissue
A. epithelial *. ner$ous
(. connecti$e E. all o# the abo$e
C. muscular
* 89. Epithelium co$erin% the mucosa o# semini#erous tubules
A. are composed o# sin%le layer o# poly%onal cells
(. are made up o# compact columnar cells
C. appears to be #alsely strati#ied
*. sertoli cells and spermato%enic cells arran%ed in layers
E. ha$e -eratin on the super#icial layer
E 8:. Connecti$e tissues are present in
A. dermis *. basement membrane
(. muscle E. all o# the abo$e
C. ner$e
A 9;. Components o# compact bone
A. the concentric lamellae
(. the parenchyma &ith no de#inite arran%ement
C. the marro& ca$ity on the center
*. Bo&ship>s lacunae housin% osteoblasts
E. Aol-man>s canal connectin% the Ba$ersian canal
REFERENCE : 1. Concise Bistolo%y!
By: (loom and @a&cett>s
!. /heater>s @unctional Bistolo%y 3
( 91. 'ayer o# smooth muscle cells interposed by #enestrated sheets o# elastin characteri6e the
A. tunica intima *. mesothelium
(. tunica media E. #enestrated capillaries
C. tunica ad$entitia
* 9!. The cells #ound alon% the outer sur#ace o# the capillary endothelial cells and thou%ht to ha$e
contractile #unctions are -no&n as
A. #ibroblast *. pericytes
(. myoblast E. mesothelial cells
C. smooth muscle cells
* 93. The respiratory = %as e+chan%e ? di$ision o# the respirator system includes all o# the #ollo&in%;
A. respiratory bronchiole *. secondary bronchiole
(. al$eolar sacs E. al$eoli
C. al$eolar ducts
( 9.. 'amellar bodies are structure seen &ithin
A. type 4 pneumonocytes *. type 44 pneumonocytes
(. clara cells E. 'ambert>s cell
C. (o&man>s cell
By :
A 91. /hich o# the #ollo&in% histolo%ic #eatures is important in pre$entin% mechanical erosion o# the
esopha%eal sur#ace durin% s&allo&in%
A. strati#ied s,uamous nonE-eratini6in% epithelium and mucus %lands
(. bundles o# s-eletal muscle in the upper third
C. bundles o# smooth muscle in the lo&er third
*. bundles o# s-eletal and smooth muscle mi+ture in the middle third
E. strati#ied s,uamous -eratini6in% epithelium and serous %lands
* 97. This histolo%ic structure o# the duodenum neutrali6es the hi%hly acidic content o# the stomach
A. crypts o# 'eiber-uhn>s *. (runner>s %land
(. micro$illi E. plicae circulares
C. %lycocaly+
C 98. This histolo%ic structure o# the lar%e intestine is responsible #or e##icient peristalsis
A. haustra *. intestinal %land
(. plicae semilunares E. none o# the abo$e
C. taenia coli
* 99. The type connecti$e tissue responsible #or the #ormation o# the re%enerati$e nodule in cirrhosis o#
the li$er
A. elastic connecti$e tissue *. colla%enous connecti$e tissue
(. reticular connecti$e tissue E. none o# the abo$e
C. adyrose tissue
REFERENCES : 1. Dun,uiera (oo- o# Bistolo%y
!. *elmar>s @undamental o# Anatomy
* 9:. Cranular leu-ocytes; EXCEPT
A. neutrophil *. monocyte
(. basophil E. none o# the abo$e
C. eosinophil
A :;. /hich cells is not deri$ed #rom myeloid cells in the bone marro&
A. lymphocyte *. se%menters
(. platelet E. none o# the abo$e
C. <(C
C :1. /hich o# the #ollo&in% is not true o# lymph nodes
A. #ormed alon% the lymph $essels
(. #ilters the lymph
C. the a##erent lymphatic $essel passes alon% the hilum o# lymph node
*. co$ered by #ibrous capsule
E. none o# the abo$e
* :!. True about the spleen
A. bilobed mass o# tissue
(. reaches ma+imum si6e durin% puberty and then in$olutes therea#ter
C. consists o# a%%re%ates o# lymphocyte called lymphatic nodule
*. it pha%ocyti6es &orn out <(C
REFERENCE : Concise Bistolo%y !
By : (loom and @a&cett
E :3. /hich o# the #ollo&in% hormones characteristically raises the body>s basal metabolic rate0
A. %luca%on *. calcitonin
(. insulin E. thyro+ine
C. somatostatin
A :.. /hich o# the #ollo&in% is a pituitary hormone that directly tar%ets the renal collectin% ducts0
A. A*B *. T<B
(. ACTB E. T5B
C. @5B
E :1. The basal lamina o# the %lomerular #iltration barrier is cleared o# occasional build up o# cellular
debris and some anti%ens F antibody comple+es by the pha%ocytic acti$ity o# &hich o# the #ollo&in%
cell types0
A. podocyte *. Pol-issen cell
(. endothelial cell E. mesan%ial cell
C. 2u+ta%lomerular cell
C :7. /hich #unction o# the sertoli cells is most directly attributable to their 6onula occludens 2unctions0
A. pha%ocytosis o# residual bodies
(. physical support o# the spermato%enic cells
C. protection o# spermato6oa #rom autoimmune attac-
*. synthesis and secretion o# andro%en bindin% protein
E. none o# the abo$e
REFERENCE : 'an%mans Embryolo%y
4ntroduction to Embryolo%y (abins-i
( :8. Most common con%enital anomaly o# the heart
A. atrial septal de#ect *. coarctation o# the aorta
(. $entricular septal de#ect E. ectopia cordisa
C. tetralo%y o# @allot
( :9. Con%enital me%acolon is associated &ith a de#ect o#
A. colonic mucosa *. de#ect o# smooth muscle in tunica muscularis
(. absence o# myenteric ple+us E. absence o# elastic tissue in the intestinal &all
C. nonE#unction Meissner>s ple+uses
REFERENCES : 1. (asic Clinical 3euroanatomy
By: Paul Goun%
!. Clinical 3euroanatomy
Manters and Cat6
3. 5nell>s 3euroanatomy
C ::. Corticospinal tract may result in the #ollo&in% clinical mani#estations; EXCEPT
A. spastic hemiple%ia *. positi$e (abins-i si%n
(. increased resistance to passi$e stretch E. e+tensor plantar response
C. #laccid paralysis
A 1;;. The part o# the limbic system &hose alteration is associated &ith Al6heimer>s *isease
A. hipocampal #ormation *. mamillary body
(. amy%daloid nucleus E. cin%ulum
C. medial part o# the thalamic nuclei
C 1;1. 'e#t hemisection o# spinal cord at T1; &ill result in the #ollo&in%; EXCEPT
A. ipsilateral loss o# discriminati$e touch belo& the umbilicus
(. ipsilateral loss o# $ibratory sense belo& the umbilicus
C. contralateal loss o# position sense belo& the umbilicus
*. contralateral loss o# pain sensation belo& the in%uinal li%ament
E. contralateral loss o# temperature sensation and belo& the in%uinal li%ament
C 1;!. 'esion at the optic chiasm &ill result to
A. ri%ht homonymous hemianopsia
(. le#t homonymous hemianopsia
C. bitemporal heteronymous hemianopsia
*. blindness o# ri%ht eye
E. ri%ht upper ,uadrantanopsia