Neuroanatomy MCQs with Answers – Part 1 (1-10)

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Below are Neuroanatomy MCQs with Answers (No 1-10) from the topic Cerebral Cortex Anatomy. Upon answering each question, the explanation will be displayed for quick learning and revision. At the end of the quiz your final score will be displayed.

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Neuroanatomy MCQs with Answers (1-10)

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1. Which of the following areas plays a role in contralateral motor programming?

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2. All of the following are correct about the structural organization of cerebral cortex except?

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3. The Sylvian fissure terminates in which of the following areas:

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4. The Sylvian fissure terminates in which of the following areas:

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5. The central sulcus joins the Sylvian fissure in what % of cases?

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6. Which of the following lines are used as baseline for axial MRI scans and axial CT scans?

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7. Which of the following is false with respect to the Somatotopic organization of motor cortex?

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8. Which does the “Hand Knob” sign or Omega Sign indicate in the following MRI Images?

“Hand Knob” or Omega Sign

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9. All is true about the central sulcus except

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10. The pattern of progression of seizure from twitching or a tingling sensation or weakness in a finger, a big toe or the corner of the mouth, then marches over a few seconds to the entire hand, foot or facial muscles; is called as?

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In this series you will find Neuroanatomy MCQs and Quizes covering all important questions asked in AIIMS, PGI, NEET SS, NEET PG, MRCS, FRCS Neurosurgery Examinations.

The references for this Neuroanatomy MCQs with Answers quiz are from standard textbooks like Greenberg’s Neurosurgery and Snell’s Neuroanatomy Textbook.

Neuroanatomy is the study of the structure of the nervous system. It is important to learn Neuroanatomy because the knowledge of neuroanatomy includes not only the morphology of the structure but also its function. For example, it is important to know not only the course of the oculomotor nerve, but also that its injury may result in mydriasis in the eye supplied by that nerve. Neuroanatomy provides the road map for localization.

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