Hilum Of Lung

HILUM OF LUNG

Q. 1

Correct relationship of structures at hilum of kidney from anterior to posterior is

 A

Renal artery, renal vein, renal pelvis

 B

Renal vein, renal artery renal pelvis

 C

Renal pelvis renal artery, renal vein

 D

Renal pelvis, renal artery,renal vein

Q. 1

Correct relationship of structures at hilum of kidney from anterior to posterior is

 A

Renal artery, renal vein, renal pelvis

 B

Renal vein, renal artery renal pelvis

 C

Renal pelvis renal artery, renal vein

 D

Renal pelvis, renal artery,renal vein

Ans. B

Explanation:

B. i.e. Renal vein, Renal artery, Renal pelvis


Q. 2

What is the uppermost structure in left lung hilum?

 A

Pulmonary artery

 B

Pulmonary vein

 C

Bronchial artery

 D

Left mainstem bronchus

Q. 2

What is the uppermost structure in left lung hilum?

 A

Pulmonary artery

 B

Pulmonary vein

 C

Bronchial artery

 D

Left mainstem bronchus

Ans. A

Explanation:

A i.e., Pulmonary artery


Q. 3

The hilum of the right lung is arched by:

 A

Recurrent laryngeal nerve

 B

Azygos vein

 C

Thoracic duct

 D

Vagus nerve

Q. 3

The hilum of the right lung is arched by:

 A

Recurrent laryngeal nerve

 B

Azygos vein

 C

Thoracic duct

 D

Vagus nerve

Ans. B

Explanation:

B i.e. Azygous vein 


Q. 4

Posterior relation of hilum of lung ‑

 A

Azygous vein

 B

SVC

 C

Vagus nerve

 D

Arch of aorta

Q. 4

Posterior relation of hilum of lung ‑

 A

Azygous vein

 B

SVC

 C

Vagus nerve

 D

Arch of aorta

Ans. C

Explanation:

 Vagus nerve


Q. 5

Not related to hilum of right lung‑

 A

Azygous vein

 B

Vagus nerve

 C

SVC

 D

Arch of aorta

Q. 5

Not related to hilum of right lung‑

 A

Azygous vein

 B

Vagus nerve

 C

SVC

 D

Arch of aorta

Ans. D

Explanation:

Arch of aorta is related to left lung.


Q. 6

At hilum of lung, what enters ‑

 A

Primary/Principal bronchus

 B

Secondary bronchus

 C

Tertiary bronchus

 D

Bronchiole

Q. 6

At hilum of lung, what enters ‑

 A

Primary/Principal bronchus

 B

Secondary bronchus

 C

Tertiary bronchus

 D

Bronchiole

Ans. A

Explanation:

The root (hilum) of lung is made up of following structures :‑

  1. Principal bronchus on the left side, and eparterial and hyparterial bronchi on the right side.
  2. One pulmonary artery.
  3. Two pulmonary veins, superior and inferior.
  4. Bronchial arteries, one on the right side and two on the left side.
  5. Bronchial veins.
  6. Anterior and posterior pulmonary plexuses of nerves.
  7. Lymphatics of the lung.
  8. Bronchopulmonary lymph nodes.
  9. Areolar tissue.


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