General Anatomy Important Questions

 General Anatomy

Q. Enumerate the:

  1. Terms used to describe movements.
  2. Functions of skin.
  3. Layers of epidermis of skin.
  4. Pigments that are responsible for the colour of the skin.
  5. Skin appendages.
  6. Contents of superficial fascia.
  7. Modifications of deep fascia.
  8. Functions of bones.
  9. Laws of ossification.
  10.  Types of epiphysis with one example of each.
  11. Characteristic features of muscles.
  12. Connective tissue sheaths covering a skeletal muscle.
  13. Types of circulations.
  14. Types of blood vessels.
  15.  Structures supplied by end arteries.
  16. End arteries.
  17. Primary and secondary lymphoid organs.
  18. Areas drained by thoracic duct.
  19. Areas devoid of lymph vessels.
  20. Types of neurons with one example of each.
  21. Types of neuroglial cells and their function.

Q. Define the following:

  1.  Anatomical position
  2.  Dermatome
  3.  Motor unit
  4. Primary and secondary centers of ossification.
  5. Anastomosis
  6. End arteries
  7. Collateral circulation

Q. Classify the following and give one example of each:

  1. Bones based on shape.
  2. Bones based on  dvevelopment
  3. bones based on structure.
  4. Joints based on functions.
  5. Joints based on structure.
  6. Joints based on number of bones articulating.
  7. Muscles based on fascicular architecture.
  8. Muscles based on functional groups.

Q. Differentiate between:

  1. Skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscles.
  2. Arteries and veins.

Q.Draw labelled diagram of the following:

  1.  Parts of a developing long bone.
  2. Arteries supplying a developing long bone.
  3. A typical synovial joint.
  4. Motor unit.
  5. Portal circulation.
  6.  branches of a typical spinal nerve.
  7. Types of neurons.

Q. Describe briefly:

  1.  Modifications of deep fascia.
  2. Langer’s lines.
  3. Types of epiphysis.
  4. Centers of ossification.
  5. Parts of a developing long bone.
  6. Arteries supplying a developing long bone.
  7. Connective tissue sheaths covering a skeletal muscle.
  8.  Agonist and antagonist muscles.
  9. Fixators and synergist muscles.
  10. Typical spinal nerves.
  11. Anastomosis and collateral circulation.

Q. Write anatomical basis of:

  1.  Incisions are preferably  given along Langer’s lines.
  2. Metaphysis is a common site of osteomyelitis  in children.
  3. Rigor mortis.
  4. Elephantiasis.
  5. Achondroplasia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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