Free Viva Voce in Anatomy Physiology & Biochemistry PDF Download

Free Viva Voce in Anatomy Physiology & Biochemistry PDF Download

By (author): Anjula Vij

Practical examinations form an important component of the professional examinations during the MBBS. It
is as important to get through the theory papers with flying colors as that to the practical papers. Since the
students of first professional examination are relatively new to the concept of extensive viva voce examinations,
it is important for them to get familiar with the kinds of questions they might have to face before the examiners.
This book presents a unique combination of important viva questions and answers of all the three subjects
(Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry) taught in the first professional examinations. Its unique presentation
in the form of three-column format, adequately equipped with appropriate illustrations would make it an
interesting reading for the students. The students must, however, remember that the book is in no way a
replacement for standard textbooks in anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. Nothing can be a replacement
for a standard textbook in a particular subject, which would help clarify the various concepts and
fundamentals. The students must remember that “the mouth speaks only those what the mind knows”, so
nothing can be replacement for a sound and effective examination preparation. Strong foundation in these
three basic subjects goes a long way in the development of an undergraduate student into a full fledged
doctor. Thus, the students must try to grasp all the important concepts before they start reading this book.
This book is meant only for the aid and assistance to the first professional examination and for removing all
the fears from the students’ mind.

Short bones: They are cuboid, cuneiform,
scaphoid or trapezoid in shape, e.g. carpal
and tarsal bones.
Flat bones: Like shallow plates, e.g. ribs,
scapula and bones of cranial vault.
Irregular bones: Includes those bones
which cannot be assigned to any of above
groups, e.g. hip bone, vertebrae, etc.
Pneumatic bones: They contain air spaces
and are lined by mucous membrane, e.g.
maxilla.
Accessory bones: These are sometimes
present in relation to limbs and skull
bones.
Q.3 What are the functions of the bones?
• Provide shape and size to body
• Provide attachment to muscles, ligaments
and tendons
• Protect vital organs
• Resist compression and tension stresses
due to collagen tissue in bones
• Act as store house for calcium and
phosphorus
• Act as a system of levers for movements
by muscles
• Ear ossicles help in audition
• Bone marrow has blood forming function
• Reticuloendothelial cells of marrow are
phagocytic and have a role in immune
reactions
• Air sinuses in skull provide resonance to
the voice.

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