Anatomy MCQs Part -7 Please enter your email: 1. Olfactory region is located in the mucous membrane of: median nasal meatus inferior nasal meatus superior nasal meatus common nasal meatus2. Cortical end of the olfactory analyzer is located: in the superior temporal gyrus in the inferior frontal gyrus in the region of the gyris cinguli in the uncus and parahypocampal gyrus 3. Cortical end of the auditory analyzer is: in the precentral gyrus in the gyrus cinguli in the superior temporal gyrus in the inferior temporal gyrus4. Round and oval windows are located at: anterior wall of tympanic cavity posterior wall of tympanic cavity medial wall of tympanic cavity lateral wall of tympanic cavity 5. Tympanic cavity is separated from the internal carotid artery by: posterior wall medial wall lateral wall anterior wall 6. Part of the fibrous tunic of the eyeball is: iris retina cornea chorioid7. Part of the vascular part of the eyeball is: sclera ciliary body cornea retina 8. The largest concentration of the cones is located: in the disc of the optic nerve in the macula lutea in the peripheral parts of the retina in the macula caeca 9. Fontana’s space is located: in the posterior chamber of the eye in the irido-corneal angle in the ciliary body in the retina 10. Cortical end of the visual analyzer is located: in the frontal lobe in the parietal lobe in the occipital lobe in the temporal lobe11. Coronary arteries of the heart originate from: left ventricular cavity cavity of the left atrium bulb of the aorta aortic arch 12. Vessel emerging from the right ventricle superior vena cava aorta pulmonary trunk inferior vena cava 13. Lesser (pulmonary) circulation ends by the: pulmonary trunk pulmonary arteries pulmonary veins cava veins 14. Blood in the left atrium is given from: coronary sinus pulmonary veins pulmonary arteries cava veins 15. Systematic (body) circulation begins as: pulmonary trunk aorta pulmonary arteries cava veins 16. Vessel is from the left ventricle: superior vena cava the lower vena cava pulmonary trunk aorta 17. Systematic circulation ends as: pulmonary trunk pulmonary arteries pulmonary veins cava veins18. Pulmonary circulation begins: in the left atrium in the left ventricle in the right atrium in the right ventricle 19. Epicardium is: adventitia serous layer muscular layer mucous 20. Amount of layers of the myocardium in the atrium’s wall: one two three four 21. Layer of the myocardium which is common to both atria: external circular layer internal longitudinal layer external longitudinal layer medial circular layer22. Amount of layers of the myocardium in the ventricle’s wall: one two three four 23. Internal layer of the wall of the heart is: adventitia myocardium endocardium epicardium 24. Pulmonary circulation begins by the: pulmonary trunk aorta superior vena cava inferior vena cava 25. Following chamber has largest thickness of the myocardium: right atrium left atrium right ventricle left ventricle 26. Oval fossa is better determined: on the right surface of the interatrial septum on the left surface of the interatrial septum on the membranous part of the interventricular septum on the muscular part of the interventricular septum 27. In the right atrioventricular opening is located: tricuspid valve bicuspid valve aortic valve valve of pulmonary trunk 28. In the left atrioventricular opening is located: tricuspid valve bicuspid valve aortic valve valve pulmonary trunk 29. Terminal branch of the right coronary artery is: circumflex branch regional branch posterior interventricular artery anterior interventricular artery 30. Main branches of the left coronary artery are: atrial branches regional branches circumflex artery and anterior interventricular artery septal branches Loading …Is fire hot or cold? Question 1 of 30 The website will not take any responsibility for any kind of mistake.