ANATOMY MCQs


Qno131. The base or lower end is bounded anteriorly by
a) Posterior axillary folds
b) Clavicle
c) Scapula
d) Anterior axillary folds✅


Qno132. Axillary artery is continuation of
a) Brachial artery
b) Basilar artery
c) Radial artery
d) Subclavian artery✅


Qno133. Which muscle divides the axillary artery into three parts
a) Pectroalis major
b) Pectorlais minor✅
c) Subscapularis
d) None of above


Qno134. A patient presented to physiotherapy OPD with pain along the medial side of the arm, forearm and little and ring finger. After assessment you came to know that this nerve originates from medial cord of brachial plexus. Which nerve is involved?
a) Medial pectoral nerve
b) Medial cutaneous nerve of arm and forearm
c) Ulnar nerve✅
d) Medial root of median nerve


Qno135. A patient presented to you in physiotherapy OPD, complaining pain along eight ribs and inferior angle of scapula. When you perform rotation of scapula patients complains of severe pain. Which nerve and muscle is involved
a) Pectoralis major, pectoral nerve
b) Pectoralis minor, pectoral nerve
c) Subclavius, nerve to subclavius
d) Serratus anterior, long thoracic nerve✅


Qno136. A patient presented to you with unable to abduct, flex, extend and medially rotate arm. When you assed the patient. You came to know that the nerve involved arises from posterior cord of brachial plexuses. The muscle which it supplies is largest muscle and used in muscular injections.
a) Thoracodorsal nerve
b) Subscapular nerves
c) Radial nerve
d) Axillary nerve✅


Qno137. Nerve supply to the anterior compartment of arm is
a) Radial nerve
b) Musculocutanteous nerve✅
c) Axillary nerve
d) None of above


Qno138. All are the branches of brachial artery except
a) Inferior ulnar collateral artery
b) Superior ulnar collateral artery
c) Profunda artery
d) Anterior and posterior humeral circumflex artery✅


Qno139. Brachial plexus is formed by the
a) Anterior rami of 5th. 6th, 7th, 8th and T1✅
b) Anterior rami of 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and T1
c) Both A and B
d) None of above


Qno140. A patient presented to physiotherapy OPD with unable to perform extension, adduction and medial rotation. After assessment you came to know the muscle involved is the largest muscle of back. The nerve supplying this muscle arises from posterior cord of brachial plexus. Name the nerve
a) Thoracodorsal nerve✅
b) Subscapular nerves
c) Radial nerve
d) Axillary nerve


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