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• Anterior circulation
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• External cerebral veins
• Internal cerebral veins
• Dural venous sinuses

Vasculature I of II NUNC

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Question 1
The temporal horn of the lateral ventricle contains a capillary plexus that forms CSF. What is the origin of the artery forming this from the anterior aspect of the brain?
A
AICA
B
PICA
C
PCA
D
MCA
E
ACA
Question 1 Explanation: 
MCA gives off the anterior choroidal artery which helps form the choroid plexus
Question 2
Which is not a branch of the ACA?
A
Callosomarginal
B
Pericallosal
C
Orbitofrontal
D
Occipitotemporal
E
Medial temporal
Question 3
The calcarine sulcus blood supply is derived from which major artery?
A
AICA
B
PICA
C
ACA
D
MCA
E
PCA
Question 4
The angular artery is derived from?
A
M1
B
M2
C
M3
D
PCA
E
ACA
Question 5
The cell body of the third order neuron in the dorsal column medial lemniscus system is supplied by
A
ACAP
B
MCAP
C
PCAP
D
ACHA
E
ACA
Question 6
The region of the visual pathway immediately distal to the chiasmal decussation is supplied by which branch?
A
ACA
B
MCA
C
PCA
D
ACHA
E
ACAP
Question 7
An infarct in which of the following arteries could cause, amongst other signs, a bitemporal hemianopsia?
A
Anterior cerebral artery
B
Anterior communicating artery
C
Internal carotid artery
D
Anterior choroidal artery
E
Middle cerebral artery (penetrating)
Question 8
Which artery originates most-distally from the list below?
A
AICA
B
PICA
C
SCA
D
PCA
E
Basilar
Question 9
The superficial middle cerebral vein drains into which of the following sinuses classically?
A
Sphenopalatine sinus
B
Cavernous sinus
C
Transverse sinus
D
Confluence of the sinuses
E
Straight sinus
Question 10
Galen’s vein (great cerebral vein) joins the straight sinus at which anatomical landmark?
A
Inferior to the corpus callosum body
B
Inferior to the corpus callosum rostrum
C
Inferior to the lamina terminalis
D
Inferior to the corpus callosum splenium
E
Inferior to the pineal gland
Question 11
Which of the following sinuses unite at the internal occipital protuberance?
A
Vein of galen
B
Superior petrosal sinus
C
Straight sinus
D
Occipital sinus
E
Superior sagittal sinus
Question 12
The inferior petrosal sinus drains into the ...
A
Confluence of the sinuses
B
Straight sinus
C
Occipital sinus
D
Transverse sinus
E
Sigmoid sinus
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