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Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers | Part – 4

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers | Part – 4

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers and Explanation | Part – 4 Questions :  31- 40 Questions 31–35: A 20-year-old college student receives a severe blow on the inferolateral side of the left knee joint while playing football. Radiographic examination reveals a fracture of the head and neck of the fi bula. 31. Which […]

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Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers | Part – 3

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers | Part – 3

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ questions with answers and explanation | Part – 3 Questions :21 – 30 21. A 34-year-old woman sustains a deep cut on the dorsum of the foot just distal to her ankle joint by a falling kitchen knife. A physician in the emergency department has ligated the dorsalis pedis artery proximal […]

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Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Questions With Answers | Part-2

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Questions With Answers | Part-2

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Questions With Answers | Part-2 Questions 11-20 11. A 21-year-old man was involved in a motorcycle accident, resulting in destruction of the groove in the lower surface of the cuboid bone. Which of the following muscle tendons is most likely damaged? (A) Flexor hallucis longus (B) Peroneus brevis (C) Peroneus longus […]

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Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Question with answers | Part – 1

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Question with answers | Part – 1

Lower Limb Anatomy MCQ Question with answers and explanation | Part – 1 Question 1-10 1.skin sensation and paralysis of muscles on the plantar aspect of the medial side of the foot. Which of the following nerves is most likely damaged? (A) Common peroneal (B) Tibial (C) Superfi cial peroneal (D) Deep peroneal (E) Sural […]

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Role of calcium in acute cell injury

Role of calcium in acute cell injury

What is the role of calcium in acute cell injury?   Cell injury is accompanied by an increased concentration of free calcium ions in the hyaloplasm (cytosol). These calcium ions are derived from the extracellular fluid, from the mitochondrial compartment, and from the cisterns of RER. Ionized calcium amplifies the adverse effects of hypoxia by […]

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How does ATP deficiency cause cell swelling

How does ATP deficiency cause cell swelling

How does ATP deficiency cause cell swelling? The cell volume depends on the proper functioning of the plasma membrane, which remains semipermeable only if properly energized with ATP. ATP provides fuel for the Na/K ATPase, which acts as a pump, keeping the high concentration of sodium in the intercellular fluid and the high concentration of […]

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