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1. Motor nerve supply to the tongue
(a) Vagus
(b) Hypoglossal
(c) Glossopharyngial
(d) Spinal accessory

2. Adductor muscles of the thigh are supplied by
(a) Femoral nerve
(b) Obturator nerve
(c) Fibular nerve
(d) Tibial nerve

3. The largest flat bone in the body is formed by
(a) Frontal bone
(b) Mandible bone
(c) Oscoxae
(d) Scapular bone

4. The hardest bone in the body is
(a) Squamous temporal bone
(b) Basi occipital bone
(c) Petrous temporal bone
(d) Basiphenoid bone

5. Common site for taking pulse in goat is
(a) Facial artery
(b) Femoral artery
(c) Carotid artery
(d) Coccygeal artery

6. The largest nerve araises from the lumbo-sacral plexus is
(a) Obturator nerve
(b) Femoral nerve
(c) Sciatic nerve
(d) None of the above

7. The largest foramen found in the body is
(a) Foramen of Munro
(b) Obturator Foramen
(c) Foramen magnum
(d) All of these

8. The number of cervical vertebrae present in the fowl is
(a) 14
(b) 12
(c) 9
(d) 13

9. The smallest blunt projection on the surface of bone is called as
(a) Tubercle
(b) Tuberosity
(c) Ridge
(d) Trochanter

10. In the organ of eyes, the photo receptors are present in
(a) Cornea
(b) Retina
(c) Sclera
(d) Choroid

11. In the body cavity, the epithelial lining is called
(a) Endothelium
(b) Myothelium
(c) Mesothelium
(d) Urothelium

12. In the musculospinal groove of humerus, the muscle seen is
(a) Triceps brachii
(b) Brachialis
(c) Briceps brachii
(d) None of the above

13. Which are not a flexor group muscle:
(a) Pronator teres
(b) Flexor carpi redialis
(c) Ulnaris lateralis
(d) Lateral digital extensor

14. Sigmoid flexure is absent in:
(a) Camel and Yak
(b) Cattle and Buffalo
(c) Cat and Dog
(d) Horse and Dog

15. The Interstitial endocrine cells of testes are also known as:
(a) Sertoli’s cells
(b) Leydig cells
(c) Purkinje cells
(d) Parietal cells

16. Gall bladder is absent in the liver of which animal:
(a) Pig
(b) Dog
(c) Goat
(d) Horse

17. Malpighian follicles are the characteristic histological feature of:
(a) Lymph nodes
(b) Spleen
(c) Ovary
(d) Bursa

18. Fetlock joint is found between:
(a) Metacarpal and phalanges
(b) Humerus and radia
(c) Between carpal bones
(d) Distal interphalanx bone

19. The process of bone formation is termed as ossification. It is of two types namely:
(a) Cartilageneous, endocaleric
(b) Intramembranous, endochondral
(c) Both of the above
(d) None of the above

20. Who is the father of veterinary Radiology
(a) Eberlein
(b) Roetzen
(c) Slater
(d) Kirschner

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21. Paralysis of hindlimbs is also known as
(a) Palsy
(b) Paraplagia
(c) Hemiplegia
(d) Quadruplegia

22. Peterson block is an anesthetic technique used for anesthetizing the
(a) Upper eyelid
(b) Eyeball
(c) Lower eyelid
(d) Ear

23. For restraining elephant the drug of choice is
(a) Thiopentone
(b) Suxamethonium
(c) Ketamin
(d) Etorphine

24. The suture pattern used in wound in urinary bladder is
(a) Crushing suture
(b) Mattress
(c) Cushing
(d) Simple continuous

25. A fresh suture wound is heals by
(a) Mix intension
(b) First intension
(c) Second intension
(d) Scrab formation

26. The technique of radiography used for suspected metallic foreign body in the stomach of a dog is
(a) Pneumoperitoniography
(b) Double contrast
(c) Barium contrast
(d) Survey radiography

27. The antidote for xylazine is
(a) Yohimbine
(b) Doxapram
(c) Coramine
(d) Atropine

28. Suturing material catgut is prepared from which part of intestine
(a) Muscular layer
(b) Mucosa
(c) Submucosa
(d) Serosa

29. Which one of the following is an intramuscular general anaesthetic agent used in cat
(a) Ketamine
(b) Xylazine
(c) Diazepam
(d) Sequil

30. Haemorrhagic shock is managed by administration of
(a) Plasma
(b) Dextrose
(c) Normal saline
(d) Whole blood

31. The energy level of X-rays is
(a) 25-150 kev
(b) 25-125 kev
(c) 25-130 kev
(d) 15-175 kev

32. In caeserian section of cow the incision site is generally performed in
(a) Right flank
(b) Perineal
(c) Ventral midline
(d) Left flank

33. The site for docking in boxers dog is
(a) 1st Intercoccygeal space
(b) Half of the tail
(c) 2nd Intercoccygeal space
(d) 3rd Intercoccygeal space

34. Material most commonly used for ultrasound transducer is:
(a) Lead ferro zirconate
(b) Lead zirconnate titanate
(c) Zinc cobalt titanate
(d) Ferro titanium dioxide

35. An ideal bone implantation material should be:
(a) Soft
(b) Porous
(c) Compact
(d) Hard

36. Posterior xiphoid laparotomy is conducted for:
(a) Intestinal obstruction
(b) Diaphragmatic hernia
(c) Caesarean section
(d) All of the above

37. When complete loss of bone continuity occur then it is known as:
(a) Simple fracture
(b) Compound fracture
(c) Incomplete fracture
(d) Complete fracture

38. Eversion of eye lid is called:
(a) Entropion
(b) Ectropion
(c) Trichiasis
(d) Districhiasis

39. Loch stich suture is used in:
(a) Horned cancer
(b) Laryngeal hemiplegia
(c) Pollevil
(d) Tracheostomy

40. Increased thirst in hypothermia is due to
(a) Dryness of mouth
(b) Profused sweating
(c) Lost of sod. chloride
(d) High body temperature

41. Milk fever in cow is characterize by
(a) Cataract
(b) Photophobia
(c) Mydriasis
(d) Miosis

42. In Canine distemper the type of fever is called
(a) A typical fever
(b) Biphasic fever
(c) Recurrent fever
(d) Intermittent fever

43. The colour of faeces of the obstructive jaundice is
(a) Dark colour
(b) Tarry colour
(c) Redish colour
(d) Clay colour

44. Softening of mature bone is known as
(a) Osteomalacia
(b) Rickets
(c) Osteoporosis
(d) Osteodystrophic fibrosa

45. Euthanasia in small animals is commonly done using
(a) Barbituric acid
(b) Sodium pentobarbitone
(c) Sodium thiosulfate
(d) None of the above

46. The method of control of classical swine fever in sporadic area is
(a) Vaccination
(b) Stamping out
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above

47. Sway back in lambs is associated with the deficiency of
(a) Calcium
(b) Phosphorous
(c) Cobalt
(d) Copper

48. Bestiality is punishable under the IPC
(a) IPC 420
(b) IPC 377
(c) IPC 228 and 229
(d) IPC 325 and 426

49. Blue tongue is:
(a) Infectious disease
(b) Contagious disease
(c) Non-Infectious disease
(d) None of the above

50. Ketosis may occur due to:
(a) Excessive feedings of silage
(b) Excessive loss of inorganic salts in milk
(c) Excessive feeding of hay
(d) Excessive exercise