1.       Following nerve is responsible for vision
a.       Olfactory nerve
b.      Optic nerve
c.       Oculomotor nerve
d.      Facial nerve
e.      Vestibulocochlear nerve
2.       The sum of all chemical reactions in the body is termed
a.       Homeostasis
b.      Physiology
c.       Dynamic feedback
d.      Metabolism
e.      Anatomy
3.       Posterior Pituitary gland secretes the following hormones
a.       Growth hormone
b.      Antidiuretic hormone
c.       Oxytocin
d.      Luteinizing hormone
e.      Prolactin
4.       Anterior pituitary gland secretes the following hormones
a.       Luteinizing hormone
b.      Follicle stimulating hormone
c.       Epinephrine
d.      Growth hormone
e.      Progesterone
5.       Islets of Langerhans secret the following hormones
a.       Prolactin
b.      Testosterone
c.       Insulin
d.      Thyroxin
e.      Glucagon
6.       Layers of adrenal cortex are
a.       Glomerular capsule
b.      Zona glomerulosa
c.       Glisson’s capsule
d.      Zona fasciculate
e.      Zona reticularis
7.       The female gonad hormones are/ ovaries secrete following hormone
a.       Epinephrine
b.      Oestrogen
c.       Prolactin
d.      Oxytocin
e.      Progesterone
8.       The male gonad hormones are/ testes secrete following hormones
a.       Testosterone
b.      Oestrogen
c.       Prolactin
d.      Oxytocin
e.      Androsterone

9.       Following hormones are responsible for ovulation
a.       Aldosterone
b.      Gastrin
c.       Follicle stimulating hormone
d.      Luteinizing hormone
e.      Erythropoietin
10.   Thyroid gland secretes the following hormones
a.       Thyroxin (T4)
b.      Gastrin
c.       Triiodothyronine (T3)
d.      Calcitonin
e.      Epinephrine
11.   Which of the following is a mixed gland?
a.       Pituitary gland
b.      Pancreas
c.       Pineal gland
d.      Parotid glands
e.      Thymus
12.   Life span of red blood cell are
a.       14 days
b.      28 days
c.       120 days
d.      3 months
e.      4 months
13.   The carotid pulse is located
a.       In front of the ears and just above eye level
b.      In the antecubital space
c.       In the middle of the groin
d.      On the anterior side of the neck
e.      On the medial aspect of the wrist
14.   Blood flows from right ventricle of the heart into the lungs through
a.       Inferior venecava
b.      Left ventricle
c.       Pulmonary arteries
d.      Pulmonary veins
e.      Right atrium
15.   De –oxygenated blood are carried to the heart through
a.       Aorta
b.      Carotid arteries
c.       Inferior vena cava
d.      Pulmonary veins
e.      Superior vena cava
16.   Layers of heart muscles are
a.       Endometrium
b.      Perimetrium
c.       Myocardium
d.      Epicardium
e.      Endocardium
17.   Granulocyte types of white blood cell are
a.       Neutrophil
b.      Erythrocyte
c.       Eosinophil
d.      Monocyte
e.      Basophil
18.   Junctional tissues of heart are
a.       SA node
b.      Epithelial tissue
c.       Adipose tissue
d.      AV node
e.      Purkinje system
19.   Formed elements of blood are
a.       Erythrocyte
b.      Leukocyte
c.       Electrolytes
d.      Platelet
e.      Plasma protein
20.   Physical characteristics of blood are
a.       The PH of blood is 7.35-7.45
b.      Blood accounts for approximately 10% of body weight.
c.       Average volume of blood is 5-6 L for males, and 4-5 L for females
d.      Temperature is 38꠶C ,slightly higher than ‘’normal’’ of body temperature.
e.      Temperature is 40꠶C, approximately 3꠶c higher than ‘’normal’’.
21.   Following valves are known as atrioventricular valves in heart.
a.       Mitral valve
b.      Tricuspid valve
c.       Aortic valve
d.      Pulmonary valve
e.      Bi- cuspid valve
22.   Components of respiratory system are
a.       The lungs
b.      The oesophagus
c.       The bronchus
d.      The alveoli
e.      The pancreas
23.   Organs of upper respiratory tract are
a.       The pharynx
b.      The larynx
c.       Secondary bronchus
d.      The alveoli
e.      The nose
24.   Organs of the lower respiratory tract are
a.       The pharynx
b.      The trachea
c.       The bronchus
d.      The nose
e.      The alveoli
25.   How many lobes in the right lung?
a.       One lobe
b.      Two lobe
c.       Three lobes
d.      Four lobes
e.      Five lobes
26.   Functions of respiratory system are
a.       Secretion of local hormone gastrin
b.      Provide gas exchange
c.       Contains receptors for the sense of smell
d.      Production of unwanted substances
e.      Filtration of inhaled air
27.   Shock may be associated with
a.       Asphyxia
b.      Pulmonary hypertension
c.       Emphysema
d.      Cystic fibrosis
e.      Acute respiratory distress syndrome
28.   Function of nose includes
a.       Warming the air
b.      Humidifying the air
c.       Partially filtering the air
d.      Help in propulsion of food
e.      Exchange gases
29.   Appropriate sites for observing the signs of cyanosis
a.       Mucous membrane
b.      Ear lobule
c.       Base of teeth
d.      Conjunctiva
e.      Lips & finger
30.   Following statements are true for orthopnea
a.       Inflammation of the pleural membranes
b.      Difficult to take breath in laying position
c.       Ability to breathe only in an upright position.
d.      Absence of breath
e.      Forceful coughing
31.   Indications of oxygen therapy are
a.       Hypovolemic shock
b.      Renal failure
c.       CO poisoning
d.      Myocardial infarction
e.      Pyloric stenosis
32.   Accessory organs of digestive system are
a.       Gallbladder
b.      Kidneys
c.       Salivary glands
d.      Prosted glands
e.      Liver
33.   The alimentary canal involves the following parts
a.       Urethra
b.      Oesophagus
c.       Small intestine
d.      Large intestine
e.      Fallopian tube
34.   Pancreas is the
a.       Accessory gland of digestive system
b.      Only exocrine gland
c.       Only endocrine gland
d.      Temporary endocrine gland
e.      Mixed gland ( exocrine & endocrine)
35.   In the digestive process, the following activities take place
a.       Propulsion
b.      Metabolism
c.       Absorption
d.      Defecation
e.      Reproduction
36.   Salivary glands are
a.       Adrenal glands
b.      Pituitary glands
c.       Parotid glands
d.      Sublingual glands
e.      Submandibular gland