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Monday, January 4, 2016

2010 Question Paper,FIRST M.B.B.S.,Dr. MGR University Question Paper,Paper I – ANATOMY – I

Dr. MGR University Question Paper
Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations
Paper I – ANATOMY – I
Q. P. Code : 524051
Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer ALL questions.
Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30)
 1. Describe the stomach under the following headings:
 parts, relations, blood supply, lymphatic drainage and applied aspects.
 2. Describe the formation, course, relations, branches and distribution of radial nerve
 and effects of injury of radial nerve.
II. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Cubital fossa.
2. Cartilagenous joints.
3. Microscopic structure of suprarenal gland.
4. Inguinal canal.
5. Ligaments around the hip joint.
6. Turner’s syndrome.
7. Microscopic structure of hyaline cartilage.
8. Omental bursa.
9. Derivatives of second pharyngeal arch.
 10. Peroneal retinacula.
III. Short Answer Questions : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Name the arteries supplying transverse colon.
2. Name the muscles forming rotator cuff around shoulder joint.
3. Name the Hamstring muscles.
4. Name the muscles within the rectus sheath.
5. Name the branches arising from lateral cord of brachial plexus.
6. Name the ligaments present within the knee joint.
7. Popliteus muscle.
8. Name the coverings of testis.
9. Name the muscles of I layer of sole of the foot.
 10. Name the muscles causing lateral rotation at hip joint.

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