G.N.M And Nursing MCQ

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1. In following which is the photosensitive part of the eye
(A) Rema
(B) Sclera
(C) Iris
(D) All

2. The rhodopsin, which is a photosensitive pigment found in
(A) Cones
(B) Lens
(C) Rods
(D) Iris

3. Total number of extrinsic muscles which moves the eyeball is
(A) 4
(B) 6
(C) 3
(D) 7

4. The extrinsic muscles which rotate eyeball inwards named as
(A) Superior rectus
(B) Superior oblique
(C) Medial rectus
(D) Inferior oblique

5. The extrinsic muscle which rotates the eyeball downwards and outwards named as
(A) Superior rectus
(B) Superior oblique
(C) Medial rectus
(D) Inferior oblique

6. The thickness of the retina in the eye
(A) Increases from posterior to anterior side
(B) Decreases from posterior to the anterior side
(C) Decreases from anterior to a posterior side
(D) It remains equal from anterior to posterior

7. In the human body, macula lutea is found in
(A) Kidney
(B) Ins of eye
(C) Retina of eye
(D) Lens of eye

8. The volume of blood stretching the left ventricle at the end of diastole is termed as
(A) Afterload
(B) Cardiac output
(C) Preload
(D) Arterial load

9. The small area of the retina where the optic nerve leaves the eye is known as
(A) Macula lutea
(B) Optic disc
(C) Fovea centralis
(D) Cons

10. The area which also known as the blind spot of the human body is
(A) Macula lutea
(B) Optic disc
(C) Fovea centralis
(D) Cons


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