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MCQs in Medical Physiology – E.S.Prakash

MCQ in Physiology

Medical Physiology by Barrett et al, published by Mc Graw Hill, 2012. I continue to revise and publish Multiple-Choice Questions in Medical Physiology on a regular basis, and I welcome suggestions from readers for improving it. If you spot an error, please let me know. If any




MCQ Fetomaternal Physiology – WordPress.com

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

MCQ Fetomaternal Physiology MF01 [a] The hyperventilation of pregnancy is due to: A. Progesterone B. Decreased resistance MF02 [a] Normal maternal ABG at term: A. pH 7.36, pCO2 36 mmHg B. pH 7.42, pCO2 36 mmHg C. pH 7.44, pCO2 30 mmHg MF03 [cl] MF03 [cl] [Feb11] [Aug11] [Feb12] Closure of the ductus arteriosus occurs due to: A. Increased prostaglandins B. Pressure in left atrium exceeds that …

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Physiology Multiple Choice Question Bank

Saturday, February 8, 2020 / pdf

The MCQs are in 10 point size for easier reading. Change this to whatever you want. Also adjust the file so that individual questions don’t print over 2 pages. [2] Some Answer Comments are available on the site Answer commentaries and/or references for some of these questions are available on the site. There is also a form where you can

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MCQ Kidney – Mans

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

MCQ Kidney . 2 Select the one that is the best answer: 1) An increase in the concentration of plasma potassium causes increase in: a) release of renin b) secretion of aldosterone c) secretion of ADH d) release of natriuretic hormone e) production of angiotensin II . 2) Amino acids are almost completely reabsorbed from the glomerular filtrate via active transport in the : a) proximal tubule b …

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Renal Physiology MCQ – WordPress.com

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

Renal Physiology MCQ KD01 [Mar96] [Apr01] Renal blood flow is dependent on: A. Juxtaglomerular apparatus B. [Na+] at macula densa C. Afferent vasodilatation D. Arterial pressure (poorly worded/recalled question? answer can be any of A-E depending on degree of analness) E. Efferent vasoconstriction Factors not affecting renal blood flow/GFR:

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MCQ – Respiration

Sunday, February 16, 2020 / pdf

MCQ – Respiration Answers are shown in Bold 1.Mammalian RBC respire anaerobically because a. It has stroma inside b. It has Haemoglobin c. It lacks Mitochondria d. It has bicarbonate ions inside 2. Tracheal respiration is found in a. Insects and Millipedes b. Scorpion and Prawn c. Pila and Lobuster d. Starfish and Sea cucumber 3. Wall of …

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Pain Physiology and Anatomy (25 questions) Weight for exam …

Saturday, May 23, 2020 / pdf

Pain Physiology and Anatomy (25 questions) Weight for exam: 20/100 questions PHYSIOL&ANATOMY 001 Which of the following substances inhibits excitatory synaptic transmission in the spinal cord? A. substance P B. glutamate C. nerve growth factor D. gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) Answer: D Learning Objectives: Know the primary neurotransmitters involved in modulation of pain. References: Gaynor …

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MCQs NOTES ON MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS IN ANATOMY BY …

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

MCQs NOTES ON MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS IN ANATOMY BY ROBERT WHITAKER SAMPLE OF BOF (BEST OF FIVE) The characteristics of a hinge joint are that A It allows flexion, extension and circumduction B It has strong collateral ligaments C It is the only joint that disobeys Hilton’s Law for innervation D It is only found in the hand

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KM C284e-20180731110602

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

Membership MCQ – Physiology Multiple Choice Paper on 25 December 2018 There are 30 questions on this paper Concerning the glomerular filtration rate (GFR): B c D E It decreases if there is obstruction to flow of urine in the ureter It decreases during severe hypotension It is usually equal to the renal plasma flow It can be measured using inulin

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anatomy – Assiut University

Sunday, February 16, 2020 / pdf

Anatomy MCQ 1) A muscle which flexes both hip and knee joints is-A. gluteus maximus B. biceps femoris C. rectus femoris D. sartorius Ans. D 2) Which of the following structures is likely to get damaged when the semiflexed knee is suddenly rotated medially A. anterior cruciate ligament B. lateral meniscus

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147 Respiratory physiology – World Federation Of Societies …

Saturday, May 23, 2020 / pdf

ATOTW 147. Respiratory physiology, 17/08/2009 Page 6 of 20 Preoxygenation The major oxygen store within the body is the Functional Residual Capacity. A typical volume for FRC is about 2.2 litres in an average adult and normally contains 21% oxygen. Since total body oxygen consumption is about 250mls per minute this normal store of oxygen will only last just over 1 minute with apnoea …

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Cell physiology Structure and Function

Sunday, February 9, 2020 / pdf

physiology. The DNA which is arranged into chromosomes also contains the blueprint specific for each type of cell which allows for replication of the cell. Within the nucleus is an area known as the nucleolus. It is not enclosed by a membrane but is just an accumulation of RNA and proteins within the nucleus. The nucleolus is the site

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