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The anterior fontanelle is situated at the junction of the following sutures:
a. Sagittal suture
b. Lambdoid suture
c. Coronal suture
d. Rhizoid suture
e. Frontal suture
Explanation: The anterior fontanelle is situated at the junction of:
– Saggital suture
– Coronal suture
– Frontal suture
Correct Answer. a,c,e
(4). Which among the following are the branches of internal iliac artery?
a. Inferior vesical artery
b. Inferior epigastric artery
c. Iliolumbar artery
d. Internal pudendal artery
e. Obturator artery
Explanation: Inferior epigastric artery is a branch of the external ilac artery
Correct Answer. a,c,d,e
(5). The caudate lobe of liver corresponds to to which segment of couinaud’s classification?
Explanation: The Couinaud classification divides the liver into 8 independent segments. The most unique of the Couinaud segments is
segment I which corresponds to the caudate lobe (also known as the Spigel lobe). It is located on the posterior surface of the liver
adjacent to segment IV. Its medial and lateral boundaries are defined by the IVC and ligamentum venosum respectively. Segment I is
different than the other segments in that its portal inflow is derived from the left and right branches of the portal vein, and it often has
its own short hepatic veins connecting directly to the IVC. The vessels of the caudate lobe are rarely seen on CT because they are small.
Correct Answer. a
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