Veterinary Anatomy I

Dr. Amitha Banu S
MVSc Scholar
DIVISION OF SURGERY
INDIAN VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

  1. ACROMION PROCESS OF SCAPULA RUDIMENTARY IN
    A) PIG
    B) CATTLE
    C) HORSE
    D) RABBIT
  2. FORAMEN FORMED BY SCAPULA OF FOWL WITH CORACOID TO FORM FOSSA FOR ATTACHMENT OF HUMERUS IS KNOW AS ……………………………
  3. BEAK LIKE PROJECTION OF ULNA IS KNOW AS …………………………………
  4. ULNAR CARPAL IS ALSO KNOWN AS
    A) SCAPHOID
    B)PISIFORM
    C) CUNEIFORM
    D) SEMILUNAR
  5. TWO SESAMOID BONE LOCATED IN BOTH SIDE OF FEMUR OF DOG KNOW AS…………………….
  6. SUSTENTACULUM TALI IS SITUATED IN WHICH BONE
    A) TALUS/TIBIAL TARSUS
    B)FIBULAR TARSAL
    C) TUBER CALCI
    D) B&C
  7. NUMBER OF TARSUS IN DOG
    A) 6
    B) 7
    C)5
    D)8
  8. MALAR BONE IS ALSO CALLED……………………
  9. LARGEST FORMEN OF SKULL…………………………AND BODY……………………………….
  10. VISCERAL BONE IN NASAL SEPTUM OF FOWL:
  11. U SHAPED SCELERAL CARTILAGE OF EYE IN COCKS CALLED…………….
  12. DIARTHODIAL JOINTS ARE…………
    A) IMMOVABLE JOINTS
    B) FIBROUS JOINTS
    C) MOVABLE JOINTS
    D) CARTILAGENOUS JOINTS
  13. ARTICULATION BETWEEN ROOT OF TEETH IN ALVEOLAR SOCKETS IS
    A) SYNDESMOSIS
    B)SCHINDYLESIS
    C) SYMPHYSIS
    D) GOMPHOSIS
  14. FIBRES IN THE MUSCLE WHICH ARE SHORT AND OBLIQUE TO LINE OF PULL CALLED
    A) PARALLEL MUSCLE
    B) PENNATE USCLE
    C)SPIRAL
    D) CRUCIATE MUSCLE
  15. MUSCLE WHICH PROVIDE ACCELERATED MOTION TO A JOINT
    A) SPURT MUSCLE
    B) SHUNT MUSCLE
    C) BOTH
    D) NONE
  16. FAN SHAPED MUSCLE IN BODY IS CALLED
    A) OMOTRANSVERSARIOUS
    B) LATTISMUS DORSI
    C) RHOMBOIDEUS
    D) SERRATIUS VENTRALIS
  17. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUP OF MUSCLES COLLECTIVELY CALLED AS HAMSTRING
    A) TROCHANTER MAJOR, GASTROCNEMIUS, PERONIUS
    B) GASTROCNEMIUS, TROCHANTER MAJOR, SEMITENDENOUS
    C) GASTROCNEMIUS, SEMITENDENOUS, SEMIMEMBRANOSUS
    D) BICEPS FEMORIS, SEMITENDENSOS, SEMIMEMBRANOSUS
  18. LONGEST MUSCLE IN THE BODY
    A) LONGISSIMUS DORSI
    B) LONGISSIMUS COSTARIUM
    C)LEVATOR COSTARIUM
    D) MULTIFIDUS DORSI
  19. A VERY LARGE PROMINENCE IS KNOW AS
    A) TROCHLEA
    B) TUBERCLE
    C) TROCHANTER
    D) TUBEROSITY
  20. DISTAL END OF ULNA IS CALLED……………………………
  21. POINT OF CROUP IS………………………
  22. HARDEST BONE IN SKELETON………………………
  23. LARGEST SINUS IN HEAD OF HORSE
    A) FRONTAL SINUS
    B) PALATINE SINUS
    C)MAXILLARY SINUS
    D) SPHENOID SINUS
  24. NUMBER OF CERVICAL VERTEBRAE IN SLOTH IS……………………… AND GREAT ANTEATERS IS……………………
  25. PROJECTED PART OF AXIS IS KNOWN AS………………….

Answers:

  1. PIG (HORSE- ABSENT, RABBIT -METACROMION PROCESS)
  2. FOAMEN TRIOSSEUM
  3. ANCONEUS PROCESS
  4. CUNEIFORM { RADIAL CARPAL – SCAPHOID, ACCESSORY CARPAL – PISIFORM, INTERMEDIATE CARPAL – SEMILUNAR}
  5. FABELLA
  6. D
  7. B
  8. ZYGOMATIC
  9. FORAMEN MAGNUM, OBTURATOR FORAMEN
  10. OS ROSTRALE (CAMEL DIAPHRAGM- OS PHRENIC, CATTLE HEART – OS CORDIS, DOGS PENIS – OS PENIS)
  11. OSSA OPTICUS
  12. C ( SYNOVIAL JOINT- DIARTHODIAL JOINTS, FIBROUS JOINTS – SYNARTHRODIAL – IMMOVABLE JOINTS, CARTILAGINOUS- AMPHIARTHODIAL JOINTS – RESTRICTED MOVEMENT).
  13. GOMPHOSIS ( SYNDESMOSIS – JOINTS BETWEEN METACARPAL OR ATTACHMENTS BETWEEN COSTAL CARTILAGE, SCHINDYLES – BONE IS FITTED INTO GROOVE OF ANOTHER – JUNCTION BETWEEN VOMER AND SPHENOID, SYMPHYSIS – FIBROCARTILAGENOUS ARTICULATIONS)
  14. PENNATE MUSCLE
  15. A ( SHUNT MUSCLE PROVIDE STABILIZING CENTRIPETAL FORCE ON JOINT)
  16. D
  17. D
  18. A
  19. C ( TUBEROSITY – LARGE ROUND PROJECTION, TUBERCLE- A SMALL PROJECTION, TROCHANTER – PULLY LIKE PROJECTION)
  20. STYLOID PROCESS
  21. TUBER SACRALE ( TUBER COXAE – POINT OF HIP, TUBER ISCHIUM – POINT OF BUTTOCK/PIN BONE)
  22. PETROUS TEMPORAL
  23. C
  24. 6 & 8-9
  25. ODONTOID PROCESS

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