Hu? Exam?

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The “endless” list of histological preparations… Now i am soo freaked out~!!

The Anatomy Examination is scheduled on 28th January, while the Histology Examination is expected to be a week earlier.

Current progress: Anatomy – maybe 10%…or less.. Histology – maybe 2%..or less..

By the way, if you wish to see the list of 175 theoretical questions on Anatomy Examination, feel free to click “”Continue Reading ‘Hu? Exam?'” below..

Just looking at the questions makes me wanna throw up already..

GENERAL THEORETICAL QUESTION

1) The Subject And Content Of Anatomy. It’s Place In The Biological Subjects. The Importance Of Studying For Medical Practice.

THE ANATOMY OF THE SUPPORTING AND LOCOMOTORS SYSTEM

2) The Bone As An Organ

a) Development

b) Structure

c) Classification

3) The Vertebrae

a) Structure In Different Parts Of Spinal Column

b) The Variations And Abnormalities

c) The Junctions Between Vertebrae

d) The Atlanto-Occipital Joint

e) Movement In This Joint

4) The Spinal Column As A Whole

a) The Structure

b) Movements

c) The Muscles

5) The Ribs And The Breastbone

a) Structure

b) Junction Of The Ribs With The Vertebrae And The Breastbone

c) Thoracic As A Whole

d) Individual And Typological Peculiarities

e) Movements Of The Ribs

f) The Muscles

g) Vascularisation

6) The Bones Of The Cranial Part Of The Skull

a) The Orbita

b) Structure Of Its Walls

c) Openings

d) Meanings

7) The Temporal Bone

a) Parts

b) Openings

c) Canals

d) Meanings

8) The Sphenoidal Bone

a) Parts

b) Openings

c) Meanings

9) The Pterygopalatine Fossa

a) Walls

b) Openings

c) Meanings

10) The Cavity Of Nose

a) The Paranasae Sinuses

b) Meanings

11) The Internal Surface Of The Basis Of The Skull

a) Openings

b) Meanings

12) The External Surface Of The Basis Of The Skull

a) Openings

b) Meanings

c) Temporal Fossa

d) Infratemporal Fossa

e) Topography

13) The Anatomical And Biochemical Classification Of The Bones Junctions

a) Functional Peculiarities

b) Persistent Function Of Bones

14) The Structure Of The Joint

a) Classifications

1. Form Of Joint Surfaces

2. Number Of The Axis’s

3. Functions

b) Volume Of Movements In The Joints

15) The Articulation Junction Of The Bones Of The Skull

a) Kinds Of Sutures

b) Temporomandibular Joint

1. Structure

2. Form

3. Muscles

4. Vascularisation

5. Innervations

16) The Structure Of The Skeleton Of The Upper Limb

a) All Bones

17) The Bones And The Junctions Of The Shoulder Girdle

a) The Muscles Of Movement With Scapula And Clavicula

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

18) The Shoulder Joint

a) Structure

b) Form

c) Biomechanics

d) Muscles

e) Innervations

f) Vascularisation

19) The Junction Of The Bones Of The Forearm And The Hand

a) Anatomical And Biomechanical Peculiarities As Compared With The Junctions Of The Bones Of The Leg And Foot.

20) The Elbow Joint

a) Peculiarities Of Its Structure

b) Muscles

c) Innervations

d) Vascularisation

21) The Joints Of The Hand

a) Structure

b) Movement

c) Form

d) Muscles

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

22) The Skeleton Of The Lower Limb

a) Form

b) Movement

c) Muscles

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

23) The Bones Of The Pelvic Girdle And Their Junctions

a) The Pelvic As A Whole

b) Size Of A Female Pelvic

c) Difference Between Male And Female Pelvis

24) The Hip Joint

a) Structure

b) Movements

c) Form

d) Muscles

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

25) The Knee Joint

a) Structure

b) Form

c) Movements

d) Muscles

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

26) The Talocrural Joint

a) Structure

b) Form

c) Movement

d) Muscles

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

27) The Bones Of The Leg And The Foot, Junctions

a) Passive & Active Parts Of The Feet Fornices

b) Mechanism Of Their Effect On The Foot

28) The General Anatomy Of The Muscles

a) Structure Of Muscle As An Organ

b) Classification

1. Form

2. Structure

3. Situation, Etc

c) Anatomical And Physiological Diameter Of Muscles

29) The Auxiliary Apparatus Of Muscles

a) Fasciae Synovial Sheath And Synovial Bursae

1. Structure And Classification

b) Sesamoidal Bones

1. Situation And Purposes

c) Antagonistic And Synergistic Muscles

30) The Muscles And Fasciae Of The Chest

a) Topography

b) Structure

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

31) The Anatomy Of The Muscles Of The Abdomen

a) Topography

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

e) Sheath Of The Rectus Abdominis Muscle

f) Linea Alba

32) The Inguinal Canal, Its Walls

a) Superficial & Deep Inguinal Ring

b) Contents Of The Canal

c) The Weak Places Of Anterior Abdominal Wall

33) The Thoracoabdominal Diaphragm

a) Parts

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

34) The Muscles Of The Neck

a) Functions

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

d) Topography Of The Muscles And Fasciae Of The Neck

35) The Muscles Of The Face

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

36) The Mastication Muscles

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

37) The Muscles And The Fasciae Of The Shoulder Girdle

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

38) The Muscles And The Fasciae Of The Arm

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

39) The Muscles And The Fasciae Of The Forearm

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Functions

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

40) The Muscles Of The Hand

a) Functions

b) Innervations

c) Vascularisation

d) Canals And Synovial Sheath Of The Hand

41) The Axillary Fossa

a) Walls

b) Openings

c) Purpose

d) Canal Of The Radial Nerve

42) The Anatomy Of Gluteus Region

a) Topography Of The Muscles

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

43) The Anterior Muscles And Fasciae Of The Thigh

a) Topography

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

e) Muscular And Vascular Parts

44) The Femoral Canal

a) Walls And Rings (Deep And Subcutaneous)

b) Practical Meaning Of The Canal

45) The Medial And Posterior Muscles Of The Thigh

a) Topography

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

46) The Muscles And The Fasciae Of The Leg And The Foot

a) Topography

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

THE ANATOMY OF THE INNER ORGAN

47) The Cavity Of The Mouth

a) Lips

b) Vestibule

c) Hard & Soft Palate

d) Structure

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

48) The Deciduous & Permanent Teeth

a) Structure

b) Formula

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

49) The Tongue

a) Structure

b) Functions

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

50) The Sublingual, Submandibular & Parotid Glands

a) Situational Structure

b) Ducts Of The Glands

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

51) The Pharynx

a) Structure

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

d) Lymph Ring Of The Pharynx (Pirogov’s Ring)

52) The Esophagus

a) Topography

b) Structure

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

53) The Stomach

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

54) The Small Intestine

a) Parts

b) Structure

c) Topography

d) Connection With Peritoneum

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

55) The Duodenum

a) Parts

b) Structure

c) Topography

d) Reference To Peritoneum

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

56) The Large Intestine

a) Parts

b) Topography

c) Reference To Peritoneum

d) Structure Of The Wall

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

57) The Caecum

a) Structure

b) Reference To The Peritoneum

c) Topography Of The Vermiform Process

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

58) The Rectum

a) Topography

b) Reference To The Peritoneum

c) Structure Of The Wall

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

59) The Liver

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

e) Gall Bladder

1. Ducts Of Gall Bladder And Liver

2. Vascularisation

3. Innervations

60) The Pancreas

a) Topography

b) Structure Of The Ducts Of Pancreas

c) Islets Of The Langerhan’s

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

61) The Topography Of The Peritoneum At The Upper Part Of Peritoneal Cavity

a) Lesser Omentum

b) Cavum Omentale

c) Hepatic

d) Bursa

e) Pregastric Bursa

f) Walls

62) The Topography Of The Peritoneum At The Middle Part & Lower Part

a) Greater Omentum

63) The External Nose

a) Cavity Of The Nose

b) Olfactory & Respiratory Regions

c) Nasal Mucosa

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

64) The Larynx

a) Cartilages Of The Larynx

b) Junctions

c) Elastic Cone Of The Larynx

d) Relief Of The Tunica Mucosa

65) The Muscles Of The Larynx

a) Classifications

b) Functions

c) Innervations

d) Vascularisation

66) The Trachea

a) Bronchi

b) Structure

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

67) The Lungs

a) Topography

b) Segments Of The Lungs

c) Anatomy & Topography Of The Roots Of The Right & Left Lungs

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

68) The Pleura

a) Parts

b) Walls

c) Cavity Of The Pleura

d) Sinuses Of The Pleura

69) The Mediastenum

a) Parts

b) Organs Of Mediastenum

c) Topography

70) The Kidneys

a) Structure

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

d) Topography

e) Capsules

71) The Ureter

a) Urinary Bladder

b) Structures

c) Topography

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

f) Urethra

g) Sex Features

72) The Testis

a) Epididymis

b) Structure

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervations

e) Process Of Descending Of Testis

f) Coats Of The Testis

73) The Prostate

a) Seminal Vesicle

b) Bulbourethral (Cowper’s) Glands

c) Structure

d) Function

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

74) The Spermatic Cord

a) Parts

b) Male External Genital Organs

1. Parts

2. Anatomy

75) The Ovary

a) Topography

b) Structure

c) Connection With Peritoneum

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervations

76) The Uterus

a) Parts

b) Topography

c) Ligaments

d) Reference To The Peritoneum

e) Vascularisation

f) Innervations

g) Uterine Tube

1. Structure

2. Reference To The Peritoneum

3. Vascularisation

4. Innervations

77) The Vagina

a) Structure

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

d) Reference To The Peritoneum

78) The Female External Genital Organs

a) Structure

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervations

79) The Muscles & Fasciae Of Male & Female Perineum

a) Vascularisation

b) Innervations

80) The Anatomy Of The Peritoneum In The Region Of Male & Female Pelves

a) Reference To The

1. Rectum

2. Urinary Bladder

3. Uterus

4. Other Organs

THE ANATOMY OF THE BLOOD & LYMPHATIC SYSTEM. THE ORGANS OF IMMUNE SYSTEM

81) The General Anatomy Of The Blood Vessels

a) Confirmity Of Their Situation

b) Branches To Natural Laws

c) The Magistrical, Extraorgan And Intraorgan Vessels

d) Characteristic Of Microcirculation

82) Anastomoses Of Arteries And Veins

a) Ways Of Collateral Connection

b) The Venous Plexus

c) Intersystem And Intrasystem Anastomoses Of The Veins

1. Cava-Cavalis

2. Cava-Cavaportal

3. Porto-Caval

83) Peculiarities Of Vascularisation Of The Embrio And Its Changes After The Birth

84) The Heart

a) Development

b) Topography

c) Projection Of The Borders

d) Valves Of The Heart On The Anterior Surface

e) Structure Of The Valves

85) Peculiarities Of The Structure Of Myocardium Of Atrium And Ventricles

a) Conducting System Of Heart

b) Pericardial Sac

c) Topography

86) The Vascularisation And Innervation Of The Heart

87) Vessels Of The Lesser Circulation Of The Blood

a) Peculiarities Of Their Distributions In The Lungs

88) The Aorta, Its Departments

a) Branches Of The Arch At The Aorta And Its Thoracic Department (Parietal And Visceral)

89) The Parieatal, Visceral (Paired And Unpaired) Branches Of The Abdominal Aorta

90) Tho Common, External And Internal Iliac Artery. Its Branches.

91) The External Carotid Artery

a) Topography

b) Branches

92) The Internal Carotid Artery

a) Topography

b) Branches

c) Supplying Of The Brain

93) The Subclavian Artery

a) Topography

b) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

94) The Axillary And Brachial Artery

a) Topography

b) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

c) Vascularisation Of The Elbow Joint

95) The Arteries Of The Forearm

a) Topography

b) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

96) The Arteries Of The Hand

a) Arterial Palmar Arches And Their Branches

97) The Femoral Artery

a) Topography

b) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

98) The Popliteal Artery

a) Branches

b) Vascularisation Of The Knee Joint

99) The Arteries Of The Leg

a) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

b) Vascularisation Of The Talocrural Joint

100) The Arteries Of The Foot

a) Topography

b) Branches And Regions Which Are Vascularisated

101) The Vena Cava Superior

a) Source Of Its Formation And The Topography

b) The Paired And Half-Paired Veins And Their Anastomoses

102) The Innomihate Veins

a) Their Formations

b) Ways Of Venous Blood From The Head, Neck And Upper Extremities

103) The Vena Cava Inferior

a) Source Of Its Formation And The Topography

b) Tributaries Of Vena Cava Inferior And Their Anastomoses

104) The Portal Vein

a) Tributaries, Theirs Topography

b) Branches Of The Portal Vein In The Liver

c) Anastomoses Of The Portal Vein

105) The Veins Of The Brain

a) Venous Of The Dura Mater

b) Emissary Veins

c) Diploic Veins

106) Superficial And Deep Veins Of Upper Extremities

a) Topography

107) The Principles Of The Structure Of The Lymphatic System

a) Cappilaries, Vessels, Trunks, Ducts

b) Ways Of Lymph Circulation

108) The Thoracic Duct

a) Formation

b) Structure

c) Topography

d) Place Of Confluence Of The Lymph Nodes

109) Lymph Node As An Organ

a) Structure, Function

b) Classifications

110) The Lymphatic Vessels And Regional Lymph Nodes Of The Head And Neck.

111) The Lymphatic Vessels And Regional Lymph Nodes Of The Upper Extremities

112) The Lymphatic Vessels And Regional Lymph Nodes Of The Lower Extremities

113) The Lymphatic Vessels And Nodes Of The Mamma (Breast), The Regional Lymphatic Nodes

114) The Lymphatic Channel Of The Lungs And The Lymphatic Nodes Of The Thoracic Cavity

115) The Lymphatic Vessels And Lymphatic Nodes Of The Abdominal Cavity

116) The Channel And Regional Lymphatic Nodes Of The Pelvis

117) The Ogans Of The Immune System

a) Classification

b) Central And Peripheral Organ

118) The Central Organ Of Immune System

a) Red Bone Marrow

b) The Thymus

c) Development

d) Structure

e) Topography

119) The Periperial Organs Of Immune System

a) Topography

b) Common Features Of The Structure Appendix Vermiformice

120) The Spleen

a) Development

b) Topography

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervation

THE ANATOMY OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

121) The Nervous System And Its Meaning In The Organism

a) The Classification Of Nervous System

b) Correlation Of Its Parts

122) The Notion About The Neuron

a) Nervous Fibres

b) Fasciali

c) Roots

d) Intervertebral Nodes

e) Simple And Complex Reflex Arches

123) The Spinal Cord

a) Development

b) Segments

c) Topography

d) Inner Structure

e) Localisation Of Ways In The White Matter

f) Vascularisation

124) The Development Of Brain

a) Brain Bladders And Their Derivates

125) The Gray Matter And White Matter Of The Hemisphere

a) Basal Ganglia

b) Situation

c) Functional Meanings Of Nervous Fasciculi In The Internal Capsula

126) The Sulcies And Gyries Of The Medial And Basal Surface Of The Hemispheres Of The Brain

127) The Sulcies And Gyries Of The Superolateral Surface Of The Hemispheres Of The Brain

128) The Structure Of The Cerebral Cortex And It’s Associative System Of The Fibres Of The White Matter

129) The Commisural And Projection Fibres Of The Hemispheres Of The Brain

a) Corpus Collusum

b) Fornix

c) Commisures

d) The Internal Capsule

130) The Lateral Ventricles, Their Walls

a) Choroid Plexus (Vascular)

b) The Was Of The Liquor Csf Circulation

131) The Rhinencephalon

a) Peripheral And Central Parts

132) The Diencephalon

a) Parts

b) Internal Structures

c) The Third Ventricle

133) The Midbrain (Mesencephalon)

a) Parts

b) Internal Structures

c) Topography Of Conducting Pathways Of Mesencephalon

134) The Metencephalon

a) Parts

b) Internal Structures Of The Pons

c) Nuclei Of The Pons

135) The Cerebellum

a) Structure

1. Nuclei Cerebelli

2. Peduncles

3. Fibred Compositions

136) The Medulla Oblongata

a) Internal And External Structure

b) The Nuclei

c) Topography Of The Cranial Nerves

137) The Rhomboid Fossa

a) Relief

b) Projection Of Nuclei Of The Cranial Nerves Unit

138) The Fourth Ventricle

a) Its Walls

b) The Ways Of Liquor Csf Circulation

139) The Conducting Pathways Of Exteroreceptional Sensibility

a) Pain

b) Temperature

140) The Conducting Pathways Of Proprioreceptional Sensibility

a) Cerebellar And Cortex Directions

141) The Motor Conducting Pathways

a) Pyramidal

b) Extrapyramidal

142) The Reticular Formation Of The Brain

a) Functional Meanings

143) The Meninges Of The Brain And Spinal Cord

a) Structure Of The Spaces

THE ANATOMY OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS) AND ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

144) The Spinal Nerve And Its Branches

a) The Formation Of The Plexus Od Spinal Nerves

b) The Posterior Branches Of The Spinal Nerves

c) Regions Of Their Distribution

145) The Cervical Plexus

a) Topography

b) Branches

c) Regions Of Innervation

146) The Branches Of Supraclavicularis And Infraclavicularis Part Of Brachial Plexus

a) Regions Of Innvervation

147) The Lumbar Plexus

a) Structure

b) Topography

c) Nerves

d) Regions Of Innervation

148) The Sacral Plexus

a) Nerves

b) Regions Of Innervation

149) The Sciatic Nerve

a) Branches

b) Innervation Of The Skin Of Lower Limb

150) The I And Ii Pair Of Cranial Nerves

a) Regions Of Innervation

b) Conducting Pathways Of The Vision Analyzer

151) The Iii, Iv, Vi Pairs Of The Cranial Nerves

a) Regions Of Innervation

b) Ways Of Pupillar Reflex

152) The V Pair Of Cranial Nerves

a) Branches

b) Topography

c) Regions Of Innervation

153) The Facial Nerve

a) Topography

b) Regions Of Innervation

c) Branches

154) The Viii Pair Of The Cranial Nerves

a) Topography Of The Nuclei

b) Topography

c) Regions Of Innervation

155) The Vagus Nerve

a) Topography Of The Nuclei

b) Regions Of The Innervation

156) The Ix Pair Of The Cranial Nerves

a) The Nuclei

b) Topography

c) Regions Of Innervation

157) The Xi And Xii Pairs Of The Cranial Nerves

a) The Nuclei

b) Topography

c) Regions Of Innervation

158) The Vegetative Part Of Nervous System

a) Its Division

b) Characteristics Of The Parts

159) The Parasympathetic Part Of The Vegetative Nervous System

a) General Characteristics

b) The Ganglions

c) Distributions Of The Branches

d) Cranial Part

e) Sacral Part

160) The Sympathetic Part Of The Vegetative Nervous System

a) General Characteristics

b) Cervical Part

c) Thoracic Part

d) Lumbar Part

e) Sacral Part

161) The Endocrine Organs

a) Characteristics

b) Principles Of Organization

c) Functions

d) Classification

162) The Thyroid Gland

a) Structure

b) Functions

c) Topography

d) Vascularisation

163) The Suprarenal Glands

a) Structure

b) Functions

c) Topography

d) Vascularisation

THE ANATOMY OF THE SENSORY ORGANS

164) The Characteristic Of The Sensory Organs

165) The Organ Of Hearing, Gravitation And Balance

a) General Plan Of The Structure

b) Functional Peculiarities

166) The External Ear

a) Parts

b) Structure

c) Vascularisation

d) Innervation

167) The Anatomy Of Middle Ear

a) Tympanic Cavity

b) Auditory Ossides

c) Eustachian Tube

d) Mastoid Air Cells

e) Innervation

f) Vascularisation

168) The Internal Ear

a) Bony And Membranous Labyrinth

b) The Spiral Organ

c) Conducting Pathway Of Auditory Analyser

169) The Organ Of Vision

a) General Plan Of The Structure

b) The Eyeball

c) The Auxiliary Apparatus

170) The Refractional Environments (Surroundings) Of The Eyeball

a) The Cornea

b) The Aqueous Humour Of The Chambers

c) The Lens

d) The Vitreous Body

171) The Vascular Coat Of The Eyeball

a) Its Part

b) The Mechanism Of Accomodation

172) The Retina

a) The Conducting Pathway Of Vision Analyzer

173) The Accessory Structure Of The Eye

a) The Muscles

b) The Eyelids

c) The Lacrimal Apparatus

d) The Conjuctiva Of The Eyes

e) Vessels

f) Nerves

174) The Organ Of Taste And The Organ Of Smell

a) Their Topography Structure

b) Vascularisation

c) Innervation

175) The Anatomy Of Skin And Of Its Derivatives

a) The Mammary Gland

b) The Topography

c) The Structure

d) Vascularisation

e) Innervation

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