Spleen MCQs with Answers

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘SPLEEN’. The spleen is the largest immunological organ of the body and measure about 12 centimeters in length. The spleen lies intraperitoneal and inferior to diaphragm. The organ is surrounded by a layer of fiber elastic tissue. The function of spleen is they are associated to immune response in the body.

The following MCQ will help you more to understand this topic.

 

MCQ.1):Which cavity separates spleen and diaphragm from the rib?

a)Buccal

b) Tooth

c) Pleural

d) Bone

 

MCQ.2):…………………… is composed of sinuses, splenic cord and marginal zone and main function is to filter red blood cells and reserve monocytes.

a)White pulp

b)Red pulp

c) Blue pulp

d)Green pulp

 

MCQ. 3):The spleen is located between fundus of stomach and ……………………

a)Small intestine

b)Large intestine

c)Diaphragm

d)Kidney

 

MCQ.4):Which end of spleen is the expanded or more like a border and also is directed downwards, forwards and reaches mid axillary line?

a)Lateral ends

b)Posterior ends

c)Medial ends

d)Middle ends

 

MCQ.5):Which of the following is largest ductless glands and soft dark purplish color?

a)Heart

b)Spleen

c)Urinary bladder

d)Brain

 

MCQ.6):……………………….. Surface is broad and concave and in contact with posterior wall of the stomach, also below with the tail of the pancreas.

a)Tubal surface

b)Blastula surface

c)Gastric surface

d)Neural surface

 

MCQ.7):………………………..Term is of long fissure, where gastric surface presents its medical border.

a)Hilum

b)Septa

c)Medulla

d)Cortex

 

MCQ.8):Colic surface is flat, triangular in shape and rests upon the left flexure of the ……………………. And the phrenicocolic ligament.

a)Oesophagus

b)Alveoli

c)Colon

d)Cord

 

MCQ.9):The spleen of the body consists of a number of small spaces which is formed by trabeculae and it contains the ………………………………………

a)Splenic pulp

b)Left kidney

c)Notched border

d)Splenic flexure

 

MCQ.10):….……………………lymphatic tissue sheath which surrounds central artery and T cells are CD4+.

a)Peripheral Sheath of colon

b)Periarterial lymphatic sheaths

c)Peritonial Ascinar pulp

d)Parallel lymphoid organ pulp

 

Answer

1)c) Pleural

2)b) Red pulp

3)c) Diaphragm

4)a) Lateral ends

5)b) Spleen

6)c) Gastric surface

7)a) Hilum

8)c) Colon

9)a) Splenic pulp

10)b) Periarterial lymphatic sheaths


Updated: August 12, 2021 — 11:23 am

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