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QID Question Option 1

1 ______ is an abundant inhibitory neurotransmitter in Adrenaline


2 Which one of the followings is the function of parasy Stimulates oil and swea
3 A short Gap in the myelin sheath around a nerve fiber Dendrite
4 At a neuromuscular junction, synaptic vesicles discha Acetylcholine
5 Functions of smooth muscles, cardiac muscles, organs Parasympathetic
6 In the PNS, the neuroglial cells that form protective Microglia
7 Molecules of neurotransmitter, released from the pres Postsynaptic me
8 Comprehension of spoken and written words take place Association Area
9 During the propagation of a nerve impulse, the action Na+ ions from extr
10 There are ______ pairs of cranial nerves arising from t 8
11 Variation of focal length to form a sharp image on retin accommodation
12 In human eye, image is formed behind retina
13 Internal reflection of light is prevented through the sclerotic coat
14 the muscle responsible to move eye ball are the 2 recti and 2 obli
15 Detects colors and works best in bright light Rods
16 A thin, semi-transparent, flexible membrane is known ear lobe
17 The delegate membraneat the end of External Auditory Ear drum/ Tymp
18 The tympanic membrane separates the ear canal from upper ear cavity
19 Air conduction, by definition, is the transmission of so 1
20 A bigger amplitude for sound pressure levels correspo Higher frequency
21 Which of the following layers of skin does not contain cutis
22 The stratum cornium is composed of melanin
23 What part of the skin is referred to as "true skin" dermis
24 What tans the skin to help to protect it from UV rays? sebum
25 Where does mitosis (a cell replacement)of the skin tak Stratum lucidum
1 Chemical messengers secreted by ductless glands are Lymph
2 Endocrine glands secret products into the ducts and transfer1 it into body cavities.
3 What is the precursor of steroid hormone? Protein
4 Which of the is a fat soluble hormone? Amine hormone
5 Which of the following is protein hormone? Oxytocin
6 Islets of Langerhans are found in Anterior Pituitary
7 Pituitary gland known as the 'master' endocrine gland i Pineal gland
8 Name the Glands associated with the Human Digestive System?
Salivary Glands and Pancreas
9 Arrange the correct sequence of the steps involved in the process
Digestion,
of Human
Inges Digestive System?
10 What is the Function of Hydrochloric Acid?(i) It makes Only (i)
11 Name the largest part of the Alimentary canal? Large Intestine
12 The two intrinsic nerve plexuses serving the alimentar solar; sympatheti
13 The process of physically and chemically breaking food digestion
14 The ________ runs from the pharynx through the diap trachea
15 ) The ________ sphincter, or valve, controls food move ileocecal
16 Large wrinkle-like folds in the stomach lining, presen villi
Intrinsic factor, produced by cells in the stomach, is necessary for the absorption of vitamin
17 B9
________ in the small intestine.
18 __________ are the structural and functional units of t Uric acid
19 The mechanism that establishes the medullary osmostic loop of Henle
20 Urine passes through the renal hilum to the
21 An increase in the permeability of the cells of the coll a decrease in the
22 The urinary bladder us composed of _______ epitheli transitional
23 The kidneys are stimulated to produce renin_____ when the peritubul
24 The glomerulus differs from other capillaries in the bo has a basement
25 The renal corpuscle is made up of ___ Bowman's capsule
24
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Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Ans (1-5) Mark CA
Acetylcholine GABA Noradrenaline 3
Pupil constriction Acceleration of heartContraction of hair musc 2
Axon terminal Node of Ranvi None of these 3
Epinephrine Adrenaline None of these 1
Sympathetic Central nervou Autonomic 4
Ganglionic cel Oligodendrocy Schwann cells 4
Cell body Axonal membr None of these 1
Motor Area Wernicke’s Are Broca’s Area 3
K+ ions from ex Na+ ions from in K+ ions from intrace 1
12 18 25 2
aperture retina control sutter 1
in front of re on retina in between lens an 3
choroid coat iris pupil 2
2 recti and 4 4 recti and 2 o 4 recti and 4 obliq 2
Cones all photorecept none of the above 2
ear canal ear drum pinna 3
Malleus Stapes Incus 1
lower ear cav middle ear cavi inner ear cavity 3
0 1
Higher pitch Louder sound All of the above 3
dermis cornium epidermis 4
granules keratin cells squamous cells 3
epidermis stratum corniu stratum spinousum 1
melanin the acid mantle the subcutaneous l 2
Stratum corn Stratum granu Stratum germinati 2
Platelets Plasma Hormones 4
0 2
Cholesterol Carbohydrate Lipid 2
Peptide horm Thyroid hormo Protein hormone 3
Insulin TSH Antidiuretic horm 2
Kidney Corte Spleen Endocrine pancrea 4
Adrenal gland Hypothalamus Thyroid gland 3
Salivary Glands and
Liver
Liver
and Pan Salivary Glands, Liver 4& Pancreas
Ingestion, Digestion,
Egestion,
Absorption,
AbsorAssimilation
Assimilation,
and Egestion
Abs 2
Only (ii) Both (i) and (i Neither (i) nor (ii) 3
Small Intestin Liver Stomach 2
submucosa; my autonomic; som mucosa; submucos 2
defecation ingestion absorption 1
esophagus larynx small intestine 2
cardioesophag pyloric anal 3
haustra microvilli rugae 4
B3 B6 B12 4
Nephron Neuron cell 2
glomerular fi collecting duct distal convoluted 1
pelvis of the k glomerulus to u hilum to urethra t 2
an increase i an increase in an decrease in the 2
simple squam stratified squa pseudostratified c 1
when the pH of by a decrease i when specific grav 3
is impermeab is drained by an has a blood pressu 3
the descendin the renal pyra the renal papilla 1
Subject Code SID QID
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 1
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 2
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 3
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 4
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 5
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 6
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 7
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 8
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 9
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 10
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 11
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 12
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 13
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 14
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 15
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 16
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 17
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 18
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 19
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 20
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 21
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 22
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 23
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 24
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 25
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 1
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 2
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 3
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 4
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 5
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 6
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 7
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 8
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 9
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 10
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 11
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 12
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 13
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 14
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 15
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 16
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 17
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 18
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Question
The tears flushes across the eye ball into the
The cranial nerve which is responsible for vision is _______
The region where the optic nerves from both the eyes meet _______
We experienced blurred vision when entering the dim environment after exposure to the br
If the drainage of aqueous humor is blocked it results in _______
The region in the retina where there is no photoreceptors is _________
When the eyes are suddenly exposed to bright light, the pupils immediately constricts, this
The nerve impulses in eye are generated by
Ceruman provides ________
The part of ear which is filled with fluid to maintain equilibrium is ________
Which membrane of the ear contain organ of corti
The area of the brain which is responsible for taste is ______
Which gland is called master gland?
The part of the brain which connects to spinal cord is _____
Which of the following conveys the impulses to the CNS ?
Myelin Sheath are produced by______
The region where the axon arises from the cell body is______
Multiple Sclerosis is caused due to the damage of ______
The Blood Brain Barrier is not effective in response to _____
The collection of spinal nerves at the inferior end of the vertebral column is_______
The function of Smooth muscles, cardiac muscles, internal organs and glands are regulate
Frequency of EEG
The stratum corneum is composed of _____
In skin the blood vessels are found in_____
The Sebaceous glands are not found in ____
The products of the body's endocrine glands are:
Hormones may consist of all the following except:
All the following hormones are produced by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland except:
The hormone responsible for stimulating contractions of the uterus is known as:
Calcitonin and the parathyroid hormone both control the level of:
The hormone antagonistic to insulin is:
The hormones of the adrenal glands complement the action of the:
Melatonin is secreted by the:
The factor favoring filtrate formation at the glomerulus is
If one says that the clearance value of glucose is zero, what does this mean
What is the juxtaglomerular apparatus?
Which part of the brain controls the micturition reflex?
__________ keeps the urethra closed when urine is not being passed from the bladder and
he functional and structural unit of the kidneys is the ________.
he __________ collect(s) urine, which drains continuously from the papillae; the urine is
Place the following in correct sequence from the formation of a drop of urine to its elimina
Reabsorption of high levels of glucose and amino acids in the filtrate is accomplished by
Which of the choices below is not a method by which the cells of the renal tubules can rai
When feces are forced into the rectum by mass movements and the wall of the rectum become
The energy value of foods is measured in units called ________.
Which one of the following represents the correct order through which food passes in the a
What protects the anterior opening of the mouth?
What do the enteroendocrine cells of the stomach produce?
What organs release secretions into the duodenum of the small intestine?
Enzymes and bile are carried by the pancreatic duct and bile duct into the ________.
Option 1 Option 2 Option 3
Lacrimal sac Lacrimal duct Lacrimal canaliculi
Optic nerve Oculomotor nerve Trochlear nerve
Fovea centralis Optic disc Optic chiasma
Ciliary body Cones Cornea
Glaucoma Cataract Color blindness
Optic nerve Fovea centralis Optic disc
Accommodation pupillary reflex Photo pupillary reflex Ciliary muscle contraction
Rods Bipolar cells Ganglion cells
Sticky trap for foreign bodies Repulsion against insects Protect against bacteria
Cochlea Round window Vestibule
Basilar membrane Tymphanic membrane Scalar media
Broca’s Area Olfactory Area Gustatory Area
pineal gland pituitary gland Thyroid gland
Cerebellum Cerebrum Hypothalamus
Efferent division Afferent division
Ependymal cells Oligodendrocytes Schwann cell
Node of Ranvier Synapse Axon Hillock
Dendrites Axon Nucleus
Pathogens Hydrophilic Molecules Fats soluble
dorsal root ganglion Cauda Equina Lumbar Nerves
Parasympathetic Sympathetic Central Nervous
0.5-30 Hz 0.5-20 Hz 30-50 Hz
Melanin Granules Keratin cells
Dermis Epidermis Stratum corneum
Face Palms Legs &Arms
hormones enzymes minerals
steroids proteins carbohydrates
HGH TSH prolactin
insulin UCH glucagon
pituitary hormones in the blood glucose in the blood thymosins in the blood
FSH glucagon vasopressin
sensory nervous system central nervous system sympathetic nervous syste
pancreas thymus gland pineal gland
the colloid osmotic pressure of t the glomerular hydrostat the capsular hydrostatic pr
the glucose molecule is too large most of the glucose is fi ormally all the glucose is
a system that regulates the rate o a system for concentratin a system for diluting urine
medulla oblongata cerebrum pons
internal urethral sphincter prostatic urethra external urethral orifice
nephron loop nephron glomerular capsule
renal pyramids; renal pelvis calyces; renal pelvis renal pyramids; calyces
2, 1, 3, 6, 5, 4 3, 1, 2, 6, 5, 4 6, 3, 2, 1, 5, 4
secondary active transport facilitated diffusion countertransport
by producing new bicarbonate io by secreting sodium ions by secreting hydrogen ions i
defecation sucking enterogastric
BMI Hertz kilocalories (kcal) or Calor
mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomac mouth, esophagus, pharynx pharynx, mouth, esophagus,
uvula nares labia
pepsin hydrochloric acid intrinsic factor
pancreas and spleen appendix and Peyer's pat liver and pancreas
duodenum jejunum ileocecal valve
Option 4 Option 5 Ans (1-5) Mark CA
Eye lids 3
Abducens nerve 1
retina 3
Rods 4
Myopia 1
optic chiasma 3
Lens contraction 2
Cones 3
All the above 4
Tymphanic membrane 3
Medial vestibule 1
Premotor Area 3
Adrenal 2
Medulla oblongata 4
2
Microglia 2
Axon terminal 3
Myelin Sheath 4
Urea 3
Sacral Nerves 2
Autonomic 4
> 100 Hz 1
Squamous cells 3
stratum mucosum 1
axillary areas 2
ions 1
amines 3
insulin 4
oxytocin 4
calcium in the blood 4
estrogen 2
external nervous system 3
pituitary gland 3
the myogenic mechanism 2
the clearance value of glucose is re 3
a system that protects the nephro 1
hypothalamus 3
external urethral sphincter 1
capsular space 2
renal pelvis; calyces 2
3, 6, 2, 1, 5, 4 4
passive transport 1
by reabsorbing filtered bicarbonate 2
rooting 1
Joules 3
mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, 4
teeth 3
gastrin 4
cecum and appendix 3
ileum 1
Subject Code SID QID

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 1

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 2

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 3

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 4

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 6

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 7

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 8

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 5

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 9

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 10

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 11

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 12

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 13

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 14

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 15

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 16

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 17

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 18

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 19

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 20

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 21

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 22

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 23

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 24

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 25

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 1
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 2

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 3

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 4

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 5

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 6

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 7

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 8

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 9

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 10

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 11

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 12

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 13

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 14

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 15

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 16

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 17

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 18

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CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 25
Question Option 1 option2 Option 3 Option 4
Which nerve fibre has fastest nerve conduction
velocity? type1 type2 type3 type4

The outermost covering for brain is duramater piamater arachnoid periosteum


ependyma
Blood brain barrier is formed by microglia l cells astrocytes oligodendr

Neuronal cell body in CNS is called white matergray maternerve fibreganglia

How many pairs of cranial nerves are there? 15 10 12 11

How many pairs of spinal nerves are there? 30 31 12 10

CSF is secreted by astrocytes microglia macroglia ependymal

Group of cell bodies in PNS neuroglia whitematergray maternuclei

Sympathetic nervous system effect on heart increases hedecreases hdecreases fno effect
Which cranial nerve supplies the lateral rectus
muscle of eye III CN IV CN VI CN VII CN
Taste sensation for anterior two third of tongue is
supplied by III CN VII CN IX CN V CN

visible spectrum of light is 100-200 200-350 850-900 100-350


The maximum sensitivity of hearing for humans is of
frequency 20-100 HZ 500-1000H1000-20002000-3000
Temperati
synthesis on fat
The functions of skin include the following except of vit D regulation synthesis protection
temporal frontal occipital parietal
Memory and intelligence is the function of lobe lobe lobe lobe
hypothala epithalam
Maintanence of balance and equilibrium is by frontal lobe thalamus mus us
Which of the following is not a function of hormonal
hypothalamus thirst
lateral appetite extrapyra
secretion balance
spinothala corticospi midal dorsal
Voluntary,discrete,skilled motor activities is by mic tract na tract extrapyra
lateral tract column
spinothala pyramidal midal dorsal
Pain and temperature sensation passes through mic tract tract tract column
krause end pacinian barorecep
Which of the following is not a cutaneous receptor ? bulb ruffini's corpuscle tor
plantar corneal abdomina
Example for a deep reflex is reflex reflex knee jerk l reflex

The pigment present in rods is scotopsin rhodopsin melanin carotene

Relay centre for all sensory impulses is thalamus hypothala epithalamudorsal col
acetyl
Example for excitatory neurotransmitter GABA dopamine serotonin choline

Parasympathetic stimulation causes tachycardia bronchodiabronchoconincreased s

Example for a polypeptide hormone is epinephrineglucocorticthyroxine insulin


Adrenal gland secretes the following hormones
except glucocoticoiepinephrinnor epinepaldosteron

Oxytocin is responsible for milk secreti milk ejecti ovulation menstruati

Hypothyroidism in adults is called cretinism grave"diseamyxoedemdwarfism

The hormone that decreases blood calcium level thyroxine calcitonin parathormgrowth ho

which of the following is not an action of thyroxine? calorigenic decreases cbrain deve protein cat

Cushing's syndrome is caused by excess of corticosteromineralocor


adrenaline nor adrenal
genetic
Which of the following will not cause dwarfism? growth hormcauses hypothyroihypopituta

Diabetes insipidus is caused by insulin deficglucogan deADH defici growth hor

Alpha cells of pancreas secrete insulin glucogan somatomedsomatostat

Functions of liver include metabolism m


o etabolismbile secret storage of

Enzyme tht helps in the digestion of proteins is amylase lipase trypsin bile acid

Normal GFR is 50 ml/min 180l/day 200ml/min1800l/day

Kidney secretes the following except renin vitaminD3 erythropoieangiotensi


Pancreatic juice contains the following enzymes
except trypsin protease amylase pepsin
Intrinsic factor in gastric juice is required for the
absorbtion of vit A Vit B12 vit D vit C
Following hormones are secreted by the anterior
pituitary except TSH FSH ACTH ADH

Concentration of bile occurs in liver pancreas gall bladdeduodenum

Digestion of carbohydrates starts in the stomach oesophagumouth duodenum

Maximum digestion of fats is done by lingual lipasgastric lipapancreatic intestinal l


The actions of glucocorticoids include the following
except increase in fat mobilis anti inflamimmunosup

The hormone responsible for biological rhythm is thyroxine melatonin adrenaline calcitonin

The enzyme present in saliva is ptyalin pepsin trypsin protease


The enzymes that help in the digestion of proteins
are the following except pepsin trypsin protease amylase

Tetany is caused by closteridiumcalcitonin thyroxine egrwth horm


Option 5 Ans (1-5) Mark CA

type c 1

scaip 1

macroglia 3

microglia 2

13 3

32 2

schwann ce 4

ganglia 5

increases b 1

I CN 3

X CN 2

400-750 5

4000-5000 4
water
balance 3
cerebellu
m 2
cerebellu
m
temperatu 5
re
regulation
ventral 4
spinothala
mic
ventral 2
spinothala
mic 1
free nerve
endings 4
pupillary
reflex 3

lipofuschin 2

spinal cord 1

glycine 4

pupillary d 3

aldosteron 4
somatostat 5

water reten 2

goitre 3

ACTH 2

calcium me 5

thyroxine 1

hypoparath 5
hypoadre
nalism 3

growth ho 2

excretion o 5
none of
the above 3

200ml/min 2

thrombopoi 4

lipase 4

vit B1 2

LH 4

stomach 3

jejunum 3

amylase 3

decrease in 5

growth ho 2

chymotryps 1

chymotryps 4

parathormo 5
Subject Code SID QID

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 1

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 2

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 3

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 4

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 5

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 6

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 7

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 8

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 9

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CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 23

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 24

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO4 25

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 1
CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 2

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 3

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 4

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 5

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 6

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 7

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 8

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CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 11

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 12

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 13

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 14

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 15

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 16

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 17

CAT-III-BM17301 CAT-III-CO5 18

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Question Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4

Myelin sheath is formed by astrocytes oligodendrmicroglia macroglia

The following are excitatory neurotransmitters excepacetylcholinitricoxidehistamine glutamate

How many ventricles are there in the brain? 2 3 4 5

The middle layer of meninges is called piamater falxcerebri duramater periosteum

The total volume of CSF is 150ml 200ml 300ml 450ml

Internal capsule is an example of associationcommissura projection gray mater


Perception and integration of cutaneous impulses regulation controls
takes place in frontal cor occipetal
regulationc parietal
of body co temporal
anterior c
regulation of water temperatu pituitary
Hypothalamus perfoms the following functions excep of sleep balance re secretions

Vital centres are located in medulla pons cerebrum cerebellum

Example for a deep reflex is plantar ref cornel refl conjunctivatriceps jerk
Dorsal column of spinal cord is responsible for the
following except fine touch tactile locatactile dis vibration s
crude
Anterior spinothalamic tract carries touch fine touch pain temperatur

Superior oblique muscle is supplied by III CN IV CN V CN VI CN


Taste sensation for the posterior ne third of tongue
is supplied by VII CN IV CN VIII CN IX CN

How many pair of spinal nerves are there? 21 32 30 31

The frequency of sound a human ear can hear is betw20-2000HZ20 -20000 2000-300030000-400

Causes for conduction deafness includes except otitismediawax TM damageviii CN da

Cones and rods are absent in macula lut fovea centroptic disc retina

Visible spectrum of light is between 200-400nm100-350nm350-400nm100-350nm

Monochromats have total colou red blindnegreen blin blue blindn

Presbyopia is corrected using concave lenbifocal convex trifocal

Which type lens is used to correct astigmatism? convex bifocal concave multifocal

The superficial layer of epidermis is called as stratum bastratum co stratum lu stratum sp

Thick glabarous skin is found in palms axilla arm leg

Modified swet glands are present in axilla palms soles external ea

Enzyme present in saliva is ptyalin pepsin trypsin protease


Absorption of vitamin B12 takes place in mouth stomach duodenumcolon

Appendices epiploicae is present in duodenumjejunum colon ileum

Amount of intestinal juice secreted is 5l 1l 2l 3l

Which vitamin is produced by colonic bacteria? vit C vit A vitE vit k

Which of the following function is not performed by libile secret fat metabo defense storage of v
Which of the following enzyme is not present in
pancreatic juice? amylase pepsin trypsin lipase
Gastrointestinal hormones include the following
except gastrin secretin CCK GIP

Which of the following is not secreted by kidney? renin vitD3 erythropoievasopressi

Normal GFR is 100 ml/mi 125 ml/mi 125 l /day 150 ml/mi

Net fitration pressure in nephrons is 10mm 30mm 50mm 100mm

The substance not filtered by nephrons is sodium water RBC potassium

Capacity of urinary bladder is 100 cc 300 cc 500 cc 600 cc


Which of the followinf hormone is not secreted by
pituitary ACTH FSH LH ADH

Action of growth hormone include the following exce lipolysis increase blgrowth protein syn

Cretenism is due to deficiency of TSH TRH T4 GH

Potassium excretion is the action of ANP Renin ADH ACTH

Hormone that increases blood calcium level is calcitonin vit d3 PTH GH

Calcium plays a role in the following except clotting of mineralisatmuscle connerve impu

Hormone that increases blood glucose level is aldosteroninsulin thyroxine glucogan

Diabetes insipidus is caused by deficiency of insulin glucogan ADH TSH

Diabetes mellitus is caused by deficiency of insulin glucogan TSH FSH

Hormone produced by adrenal medulla is ACTH ADRENALICORTICOSTALDOSTER

Alpha cells of pancreas secrete insulin glucogan thyroxine somatostat

Enzyme that helps in the digestion of carbohydrates i amylase lipase pepsin trypsin
Option 5 Ans (1-5) Mark CA

ependymal 2

GABA 5

6 3

arachnoidm 5

550ml 1

cerebellum 3
relay
prefrontal
centre of 3
sensory
impulses 5

spinal cord 1

abdominal r 4

pain 5

vibration 1

I CN 2

X 4

33 4

40000-450 2

sclerosis 4

none of the 3

450-700nm 5

weakness fo 1

cylindrical 3

cylindrical 5

stratum gr 2

abdomen 1

perianal rg 4

nuclease 1
jejunum 2

stomach 3

4l 3

vit D 4

bile concen 5

nuclease 2

ADH 5

prostoglan 4

100 l/ day 2

5mm 1

chloride 3

400 cc 2

TSH 4

protein br 5

ADH 3

Adrenaline 3

TSH 3

sodium rea 5

somatostat 4

ACTH 3

GH 1

CALCITONI 2

somatomed 2

nuclease 1