Weekly exam (week 4) MCQ female genital system

Weekly exam (week 4)

MCQ female genital system


Choose the correct answer:

1- Which follicular stage is also called an antral follicle?

  1. Primordial follicle

  2. Primary follicle

  3. Secondary follicle

  4. Mature follicle

  5. Atretic follicle


2- Each consists of a primary oocyte surrounded by a single layer of flat follicular cells.

  1. Primordial follicle

  2. Primary follicle

  3. Secondary follicle

  4. Mature follicle

  5. Atretic follicle


3- Cumulus oophorus is:

  1. the glycoprotein layer surrounding the oocyte

  2. granulosa cells, columnar in shape and surrounding the oocyte

  3. granulosa cells surrounding the corona radiata

  4. have cytoplasmic processes penetrating corona radiata

  5. Present outside the basement membrane of the mature graafian follicle


4- Theca Lutein cells:

  1. Secrete progesterone hormone

  2. Large vacuolated cells

  3. Outer to the basement membrane

  4. Yellowish in color due to presence of lipochrome pigments

  5. By EM, the show features of protein synthesizing cells


5- At what stage does the oocyte become arrested ovulation?

  1. First meiotic division, prophase

  2. First meiotic division, metaphase

  3. Second meiotic division, prophase

  4. Second meiotic division, metaphase

  5. Second meiotic division, anaphase

6- Which region of the Fallopian tube has the most numerous ciliated cells?

  1. Infundibulum

  2. Ampulla

  3. Isthmus

  4. Intramural segment

  5. Body


7- A layer of granulosa cells columnar in shape and surrounding the oocyte:

  1. Zona pellucida.

  2. Corona radiata

  3. Cumulus oophorus

  4. Theca interna

  5. Theca externa


Answers:

1- c- Secondary follicle

2- a- Primordial follicle

3- c- granulosa cells surrounding the corona radiata

4- c- Outer to the basement membrane

5- a- First meiotic division, prophase

6- a- Infundibulum

7- b- Corona radiata

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