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20150619

All veins open into coronary sinus except:

a. Great cardiac vein
b. Anterior cardiac vein
c. Middle cardiac vein
d. Left posterior ventricular vein



Ans . b. Anterior

Evertor of ankle inserted into the medial cuneiform is:



a. Peroneus longus
b. Peroneus brevis
c. Tibialis anterior
d. Tibialis posterior






Ligamentum teres develops from:

a. Umbilical artery
b. Umbilical vein
c. Ductus venosus
d. Portal radicles

20150617

Gartner's cyst arises from:

a. Remnant of paramesonephric duct
b. Remnant of mesonephric duct
c. Cervix
d. Vagina











Derivatives of Mesonephric duct:

 "Gardener's SEED" for 

Gartner's duct, 
Seminal vesicles,
Epididymis
Ejaculatory duct
Ductus deferens

Taste sensation of anterior two third of tongue is?

a. Facial nerve
b. Glossopharyngeal nerve
c. Lingual nerve
d. Vagus nerve


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Courtesy; theninththeory.com
Ans. Lingual

Primordial germ cell develops from:

a. Chorion
b. Amnion
c. Yolk sac
d. Cord blood


Ans. c) Yolk sac

20150616

Artery felt at anterior border of masseter against maxillary:

a. Facial artery
b. Maxillary artery
c. Posterior auricular artery
d. Superficial temporal artery



Branches external carotid artery : mnemonic
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Ans: a. Facial artery

Most lateral deep cerebellar nucleus is:

a. Emboliform nucleus
b. Dentate nucleus
c. Globose nucleus
d. Fastigial nucleus

 
From lateral to medial, the four deep cerebellar nuclei are the dentateemboliformglobose, and fastigii. Some animals, including humans, do not have distinct emboliform and globose nuclei, instead having a single, fused interposed nucleus. In animals with distinct emboliform and globose nuclei, the term interposed nucleus is often used to refer collectively to these two nuclei.

Ans: b. Dentate ( Teeth on the outside)

Cells present in cerebellum are all except:

a. Purkinje cells
b. Stellate cells
c. Pyramidal cells
d. Basket cells

20150615

Which of the following is decussated in superior medullary velum?

a. 3rd nerve
b. 4th nerve
c. 5th nerve
d. 6th nerve


Superior medullary velum

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Superior medullary velum
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Coronal section of the pons, at its upper part. (Ant. med. velum labeled at center top.)
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Anterior view of the cerebellum. (Ant. medullary velum labeled at center top.)

The superior medullary velum (anterior medullary velumvalve of Vieussens) is a thin, transparent lamina of white matter, which stretches between the superior cerebellar peduncles; on the dorsal surface of its lower half the folia and lingula are prolonged.
It forms, together with the superior cerebellar peduncle, the roof of the upper part of the fourth ventricle; it is narrow above, where it passes beneath the facial colliculi, and broader below, where it is continuous with the white substance of the superior vermis.
A slightly elevated ridge, the fraenulum veli, descends upon its upper part from between the inferior colliculi, and on either side of this the trochlear nerve emerges.
Blood is supplied by branches from the superior cerebellar artery.

The trochlear nerve is unique among the cranial nerves in several respects. It is the smallest nerve in terms of the number of axons it contains. It has the greatest intracranial length. Finally, it is the only cranial nerve that exits from the dorsal aspect of the brainstem.
"Brainstem trochlear". Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brainstem_trochlear.png#/media/File:Brainstem_trochlear.png

Which is a typical intercostal nerve?

a. First
b. Second
c. Third
d. Seventh


Intercostal nerves can be divided into atypical and typical intercostal nerves:
  • atypical
    • first two intercostal nerves (T1 and T2) in addition to supplying the thorax also give branches to the brachial plexus
    • lowest five intercostal nerves (T7-T11) also supply the abdomen and peritoneum
  • typical
    • the remaining intercostal nerves (T3-T6) supply only the the thoracic wall
Courtesy: Radiopaedia.org


Ans c. THIRD

Basic division of anatomical segments of liver are all except:

a. Hepatic artery
b. Hepatic vein
c. Portal vein
d. Bile duct




b. Hepatic vein

20150611

DNB PD CET July 2015

Registrations from May 11th - June 10th.

Exam date: June 27, 2015



Last date extended upto June 15th