Anatomy for NEET PG 2020. Test your Knowledge Anatomy NEET PG 2020.

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Anatomy for NEET PG 2020. Test your Knowledge

Anatomy   NEET PG 2020.

 Anatomy is a major NEET Subject .   It is highly volatile, difficult to remember and recapitulate. It is vast as well.

It might take months to prepare this Subject.

Lot many students get confused about the preparation needed for Anatomy.

Anatomy can be a Game changer kin NEET PG .

Questions are asked from

 

  • Histology (2-3 Questions )
  • Embryology (2-3 Questions )
  • Regional (2-3 Questions )
  • Osteology (2-3 Questions )
  • Applied Anatomy (2-3 Questions )
  • Radiographic and Surface Anatomy (2-3 Questions )

Students should prepare this Subject nicely in order to secure a High Rank.

So what are the Types of Questions one has to be aware of which are asked.

 

 

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One Liners  for NEET PG 2020

 

  • The tibial nerve is the ………………….branch of the sciatic nerve
  • Diameter of Portal Vein is …………………..
  • Inferior Suprarenal artery is a branch of ………………..
  • Ansa cervicalis nerve has its root of origin from……………………………………..
  • Myelination of axons in spinal cord is done by……………………………………………..
  • The obturator nerve innervates the ………………… compartment of the thigh
  • Portal vein is formed by union of……………………………………………………………………..
  • Herring bodies are seen in…………………………………………………………………………….
  • The blood supply of lung tissue proper is by………………………………………..
  • Broca’s area occupies the ………………………………………………………………………gyrus
  • Loss of sensation in the 5th digit can only be due to injury of the …………….. Nerve.
  • The ulnar nerve is a branch of the ………………. cord of the brachial plexus .
  • The middle meningeal artery is a branch of the ……………… artery

 

MCQS   asked

 

All are the branches of coeliac trunk, except:

  1. Left gastric artery
  2. Right gastric artery
  3. Splenic artery
  4. Hepatic artery

 

Among the following, the structure that passes deep to the flexor retinaculum is:

  1. Tibialis anterior
  2. Tibialis posterior
  3. Peroneus brevis
  4. Peroneus longus

 

Foramen of Morgagni refers to an opening in:

  1. The brain
  2. The lesser omentum
  3. The skull
  4. The diaphragm

 

Trigone of bladder develops from:

  1. Ectoderm
  2. Endoderm
  3. Mesoderm
  4. All of above

 

Structure passing through inferior orbital fissure is: 

 

  1. Maxillary nerve
  2. Inferior alveolar nerve
  3. Ophthalmic artery
  4. Superior ophthalmic vein

 

 

 

 

We expect that you are able to attempt these questions easily as they are very easy questions. Difficulty levels increase.

 

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