Tag Archives: Gynecology

AIPGMEE 2011 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Movements affected by involvement of L5 nerve root includes Knee flexion, knee extension and toe extension. Injury to common peroneal nerve commonly results from injury to the neck of fibula, loss of toe dorsiflexion and foot drop. Suprascapular nerve is a branch from the trunk of brachial plexus. Common bile duct, aorta and inferior […]

AIPGMEE 2010 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Gluteus medius is supplied by Superior gluteal nerve artery. Flexor hallucis longus tendon passes below the sustentaculum tali. Tibialis posterior has attachments on sustentaculum tali. Urogenital diaphragm is made up of Deep transverse perineal, perineal membrane and superior and inferior fascia of Urogenital diaphragm. Hypogastric sheath is a condensation of Pelvic fascia. Lymphatics from […]

AIPGMEE 2009 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Artery in anatomical snuff-box is radial artery. Superior gluteal nerve supplies gluteus minimus, tensor fascia lata and gluteus medius. Flexor digitorum profundus, pectineus and biceps femoris are composite muscles. Branches of splenic arteries includes short gastric artery, hilar branches and arteria pancreatica magna. Content of deep perineal pouch includes dorsal nerve of penis, bulbourethral […]

AIPGMEE 2008 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Pectineus, Adductor magnus and Biceps femoris are composite muscles. Digastric muscles are Muscle fibers in the ligament of Treitz, Omohyoid and Occipitofrontalis. In lungs bronchial arteries supply the bronchopulmonary tree till respiratory bronchioles. Skin overlying the region where a venous cutdown is made to access the great saphenous vein is supplied by femoral nerve. […]

AIPGMEE 2007 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Primordial germ cell is derived from Ectoderm. Movement of supination and pronation occurs in superior radio-ulnar joint, middle radioulnar joint and inferior radio-ulnar joint. Posterior cruciate ligament prevents posterior dislocation of tibia. Structures that pass from thorax to abdomen behind diaphragm includes azygos vein, aorta and thoracic duct. Most common site of Morgagni hernia […]

AIPGMEE 2006 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Popliteus is an intra-articular tendon. Signs of stellate ganglion block includes meiosis, nasal congestion and conjunctival redness. A woman could not extend her right hand above her head after I&D procedure in right posterior triangle of neck for an abscess. It implies an injury to spinal part of accessory nerve. Middle meningeal artery is […]

AIPGMEE 2005 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Carpal tunnel syndrome contains median nerve, flexor pollicis longus and flexor digitorum superficialis. Femoral ring is bounded by femoral vein, inguinal ligament and lacunar ligament. While doing thoracocentesis it is advisable to introduce needle along upper border of the rib. BPH is associated with enlargement of median lobe. Prostatic urethra is characterised by features […]

AIPGMEE 2004 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Integrity of long thoracic nerve after damage due to surgery can be tested bedside by asking patient to raise the arm above the head on the affected side. Inhaled foreign body is likely to lodge in right lung because of reasons that right principal bronchus is more vertical than left bronchus, tracheal bifurcation directs […]

AIPGMEE 2003 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Cell junctions allowing exchange of cytoplasmic molecules between two cells are called Gap junctions. Cells belonging to transitional epithelium are provided with extra reserve of cell membrane. Examples of traction epiphysis includes Mastoid process, Tubercles of humerus and Trochanter of femur. Metaphysis of bone is the most vascular part of bone, growth activity is […]

AIPGMEE 2002 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Derived from neural crest are Melanocytes, adrenal medulla and Sympathetic ganglia. Gastrulation establishes all the 3 germ layers. Neurons of dorsal root ganglia have centrally located nuclei, are derived from neural crest cells and they contain lipofuscin granules. Elastic cartilage is found in Auditory tube. Weight of the upper limb is transmitted to the […]