Neuroanatomy Quiz

1. The isolated anatomical action of the extraocular muscle superior oblique is?

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2. Preganglionic sympathetic cell bodies are located in?

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3. A patient presents with worsening vertigo, tinnitus and hearing loss, MRI reveals a cerebellopontine angle tumour. The lateral boundary of the cerebellopontine angle is?

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4. Which of the following association tracts connects the frontal lobe with the parietal, temporal and occipital lobes?

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5. A 62 year old man presents with pain in his neck, right scapula, arm and pain radiating into his thumb. You suspect a radiculopathy caused by a herniated disc; at which level has the disc herniated?

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6. The striatum consists of which nuclei?

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7. Sympathetic preganglionic output from the lateral horns occurs at which of the following spinal levels?

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8. A patient presents to her GP with a 3 month history of clumsiness with her hands, paraesthesia and pains in both her hands. In the last week, she has also felt unsteady when walking and developed urinary urgency, where is the most likely location of the lesion?

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9. The adenohypophysis secretes all of the following except?

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10. In spina bifida occulta there is a failure of which structure to close?

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