Anatomy 2020 NEET or Next Type Questions
Anatomy 2020 Type Questions
NEET PG Exams or the NEXT Exams will undergo tremendous and lot of change from previous examinations.
However the Types of Questions and the nature of High yield topics asked tend to remain more or less same. There is a lot of competition and need to get higher merit is more. The High yield and Priority Topics will always remain in focus.
Our Experts have seen that Most Questions were based on topics from Neuroanatomy, Head and neck , embryology and histology along with regional anatomy.
Though Books important are:
- Grays Anatomy
- Grants Anatomy
- Keith l Moore
- Lasts Anatomy
- Difores Atlas
- Langmans Embryology
- Snells Neuroanatomy
But Students would take books like
- BD Chaurasia
- Brijesh Mishra
- IB Singh
The main Topics are repeated. Questions are asked. These questions are diverse and students should know what type questions are Asked. WE below give you a small test question sample. You can take a look.
Some Such questions are:
Skin around umbilicus is supplied by which dermatone?
Which of the following muscle is attached to ischial tuberosity?
- Gluteus maximus
- Adductor magnus
- Obturator externus
- Quadratus femoris
All of the following are actions of sartorius muscle Except:
- Flexion of leg
- Abduction of thing
- Lateral rotation of thigh
- Extension of leg
Pericardial cavity is between:
- Visceral and parietal pericardiaum
- Fibrous pericardium and epicardium
- Fibrous pericardium and parietal pericardium
- Fibrous pericardium and mediastinum
Differentiation of right atrium into smooth and rough is caused by:
- Crista terminalis
- Annulus ovalis
- Valve of coronary sinus
- Fossa ovalis
Lateral ligament of knee pierces which of the following muscle?
- Semi membranous
- Biceps femoris
Temporary foot drop is due to compression of:
- Saphenous nerve
- Deep peroneal nerve
- Tibial nerve
- Obturator nerve
It is therefore of prime importance that a student is well versed with these important type questions. Med exams provides a perfect Revision for same along with other Subjects. For More Information visit www.medexamsprep.com