Anatomy MCQs 2021-2022 Anatomy MCQsPlease enter your email: 1. Special feature of the cervical vertebrae superior and inferior costal facets on the body of the vertebra foramen in the transverse process spinous process costal facets on the transverse processes of the vertebrae 2. Special feature the thoracic vertebrae: costal facets on the bodies and transverse processes foramen in the transverse process spinous process articular process 3. Sesamoid bone is: patella humerus talus capitate bone4. In the formation of the skeleton of the thorax are not involved ribs thoracic vertebrae sternum clavicle 5. Multiaxial joint is: cylindrical ball-and-socket saddle hinge6. True ribs are: 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-87. False ribs are: 6-12 6-10 7-10 8-108. Physiological spinal curvatures: scoliosis to the right scoliosis to the left lumbar lordosis cervical kyphosis 9. True ribs are: their edges connect directly to the sternum they connect with cartilage of the overlying ribs they connect with cartilage of the overlying ribs all 12 ribs10. The skeleton of the free upper limb includes: scapula humerus collarbone sternum 11. Humerus has no: head coracoid process groove for radial nerve deltoid tuberosity 12. Part of the elbow bone: the olecranon fossa olecranon coracoid process golovatsky condyle 13. Bone of the distal row of bones of the wrist is: scaphoid pisiform trapezoid lunate14. Bone of the proximal row of bones of the wrist is: hamate trapezium capitate pisiform 15. Part of the femur: deltoid tuberosity linea aspera line of soleus muscle acetabulum 16. Part of the tibia: anterior intercondylar area trochanteric fossa lateral maleolus posterior margin 17. Bone is in the proximal row of tarsus: talus medial cuneiform navicular cuboid 18. Bone is in the distal row of tarsum: navicular talus calcaneus fibula19. Foramen of the posterior cranial fossa: foramen lacerum superior orbital fissure jugular foramen optic canal 20. Foramen of the middle cranial fossa: inferior orbital fissure foramen rotundum foramen caecum jugular foramen21. The orbit is not connected with: cavity of the skull nasal cavity oral cavity pterygopalatine fossa 22. The pterygopalatine fossa connects with the nasal cavity by: inferior orbital fissure spheno-palatine foramen infraorbital foramen pterygoid canal23. Foramen rotundum connects the middle cranial fossa with: orbit nasal cavity pterygopalatine fossa base of the scull24. Pterygoid canal connects pterygopalatine fossa with: orbit nasal cavity middle cranial fossa external base of the skull 25. Complex joint is: temporomandibular joint sternoclavicular joint knee joint shoulder joint 26. Simple joint is: shoulder joint ankle joint wrist joint knee joint Loading …2+2 ? Question 1 of 26 Part 2Click HerePart 3Click Here Part 4Click Here Part 5Click HerePart 6Click HerePart 7Click HerePart 8Click HerePart 9Click HereThe website will not take any responsibility for any kind of mistake.