Thursday, January 14, 2016

SECOND PROFESSIONAL B.S.M.S.,2015 Question Paper,Dr. MGR University Question Paper,PAPER I – UDAL KOORUGAL (ANATOMY) – I

Dr. MGR University Question Paper
SECOND PROFESSIONAL B.S.M.S. DEGREE EXAMINATION
PAPER I – UDAL KOORUGAL (ANATOMY) – I
Q.P. Code : 601207
Time: Three Hours Maximum : 100 Marks
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Describe the knee joint under the following heading.
a) Type b) Articular surface c) Ligaments
d) Blood supply e) Movements
3/ Write elaborately about the aorta, its divisions and its branches.
II. Write Notes on: (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Hamstring muscles.
2. Femoral triangle.
3. Internal jugular vein.
4. Axillary lymph nodes.
5. Ligaments of hip joint.
6. Arches of foot.
7. Atypical cervical vertebra.
8. Features of the clavicle.
9. Muscular attachments of the femur.
10. Temporo mandibular joint.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Name of the muscles of mastication.
2. Write the formation of portal vein.
3. Write the location of the coronary sinus.
4. Name the muscles of respiration.
5. Write the side determination of patella.
6. Write the formation of acetabulum.
7. Name the carpals and which is the largest carpal?
8. Write the boundaries of anatomical snuff box.
9. Define bregma.
10. Explain the term “SCALP”
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