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MCQs on Intestine (small and Large)


1. The intestinal villi are more numerous and D. Cystic ducts 4. Opening of oesophagus into
large in posterior part of small intestine than stomach
in anterior part because: Codes
(A) blood supply is poorer in anterior part A B C D
(B) Blood supply is poorer in posterior part (a) 4 3 2 1
(C) There is more digested food in posterior (b) 4 3 2 1
part (c) 3 4 1 2
(D) Digestion is faster in posterior part (d) 2 1 3 4
2. Which one is not a part of large intestine? 7. Bile juice is stored in which organ of human
(a) Rectum (b) Caecum body?
(c) Ileum (d) Colon (a) Gall bladder (b) Liver
3. Which one of the following statements is/are (c) Kidney (d) Pancreas
correct? 8. Name that part of small intestine in which the
I. Frenulum is the fold by which tongue is pyloric region of stomach opens.
attached to the floor of mouth or oral cavity. (a) Duodenum (b) ileum
II. Lower surface of the tongue has little (c) Jejunum (d) None of the
projection which bears taste buds. above
III. Pharynx is the common passage for food 9. Which part of small intestine opens into large?
and air. (a) Colon (b) Jejunum
IV. Sphincter of oddi guards and regulates the (c) Ileum (d) Duodenum
opening of stomach into duodenum. 10. I. Caecum, the ... A. .. part of large intestine
V. Colon has 3 parts an ascending, a transverse which host symbiotic microorganisms
and a descending part and the later opens into the II. A finger like tubular projection, ... B... arises
rectum. from the caecum.
(a) I, II and III are correct Complete the given statement by filling the
(c) I, II, III, IV and V blanks A and B.
(b) IV and V are correct (a) A-first, B - colon
(d) I, III and V are correct (b) A-second, B-rectum
4. Which is the largest gland of human body? (c) A-first, B-vermiform appendix
(a) Gastric gland (b) Pancreas (d) A-second, B-vermiform appendix
(c) Liver (d) Salivary gland 11. Common bile duct is formed by the fusion
5. Where the liver is located in human body? of
(a) In abdominal cavity just above diaphragm (a) Pancreatic duct and cystic duct
(b) In thoracic cavity (b) Pancreatic duct and hepatic duct
(c) Above the thoracic cavity (c) Pancreatic duct, hepatic duct and cystic
(d) In abdominal cavity, just below the duct
diaphragm (d) Hepatic duct and cystic duct
6. Match the entities of column I with column II
and choose the right option from the codes 12. Small finger-like projection, which produce
given below_ numerous microscopic projections are
Column I Column II supplied with a network of
A Cardiac sphincter 1. Hepatopancreatic duct (a) Blood capillaries and lacteal
B. Pyloric sphincter 2. Join gall bladder to common bile (b) Blood capillaries only
ducts (c) Lacteal only
c. Sphincter of oddi 3. Opening of stomach in duodenum

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(d) a large lymphoid vessel and valves A
13. Which one is not associated with the secretion (a) A-Gall bladder, B-Common bi le duct, C-Hepato
of saliva in human being? pancreatic duct. D-Pancreas, E-Pancreatic duct
(a) Paratoids glands (b) A-Gall bladder; 8-Bile duct, C- Hepato
(b) Sublinguals glands pancreatic duct.
(c) Zymogen cells D-Pancreatic duct, E-Pancreas
(d) Sub-maxillary glands (c) A--Gall bladder, B- Bile duct. C-Pancreatlc duct
14. Label the given diagram of transverse section D-Pancreas, E- Hepato pancreatic duct - '
of mucosa of small intestine showing small (d) A-Gall bladder, B--Common bile duct, C-
finger like projections. Choose the correct Pancreas,
option accordingly. D-Pancreatic duct, E-Hepato pancreatic duct

41. The diagram given below depicts the digestive


system in humans. Label it from A to F and choose
the correct option accordingly.
(a) A- Vein, B- Crypt, C- Artery, D-Villi, E-
Lacteal, F--Capillaries (a) A-Parotid gland, 13--Liver, C- Larynx, D-
(b) A-Artery, 8-Crypt, C- Vein, D-Villi, E-- Pancreas,
Capillaries, F-Lacteal E- Transverse colon, F--Caecum
(c) A-Vein, 8-Artery, C-Crypt, 0-Villi, E- (b) A-Parotid
Capillaries, F- Lacteal gland, B-Gall
(d) A-Villi, B-Lacteal, C-Capillaries, D- Artery, bladder, C-
E--Crypt, F- Vein Pharynx,
D-Pancreas, E-
Transverse colon,
F--Caecum
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~'lwer, t-~narynx,
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E- Ascending
colon , F--
Caecum
(d) A-Parotid
gland, 8-Gall
40. Jbe given below diagram represents a duct bladder, C-
system Thymus, D-
of pancreas, liver and gall bladder. Label the Pancreas,
diagram from A to E. E-Ascending colon, F--Caecum
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Level II
What is theanother name of gastro-oesophageal
sphincter?
(a) Pyloric sphincter.
(b) Gastro-duodenal sphincter
(c) Cardiac sphincter
(d) Sphincter of oddi

49. Study throughly the following statements and


identify which of the following is/ are correct and
incorrect?
I. Bile salt present in bile is responsible to emulsify
the fats in small intestine. .
II. Bicarbonates of sodium, potassium,
glycocholate
and faurocholate of sodium are bile salts.
III. The pH of hepatic bile is 8.6, while pH of gall
bladder is 7.6 or 7.5.
IV. The flow of bile from liver takes place
throughhepatic
duct, common bile duct,hepatopancreatic
ampulla and finally to the first
part of small intestine.

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