Fallopian tube


Fallopian tube length


A. 3 cm

B. 5 cm

C. 10 cm

D. 16 cm



Shortest part of the Fallopian tube


A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum



Narrowest part part of the Fallopian tube


A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum



Which part of the fallopian tube has no longitudinal muscle fibres with well developed circular fibres?


A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum



Widest part part of the Fallopian tube


A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum


Longest part part of the Fallopian tube

A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum



Fertilization occurs in the which part of the fallopian tube


A. Interstitial portion

B. Isthmus

C. Ampulla

D. Infundibulum



Fallopian tube represents the


A. Cranial end of the Müllerian duct

B. Caudal end of the Müllerian duct

C. Cranial end of the wolffian duct

D. Caudal end of wolffian duct



Blood supply of the fallopian tube is mainly derived from


A. Ovarian artery

B. Uterine artery

C. Internal pudendal artery

D. Obturator artery



Fallopian tubes are held in place by


A. Mesosalpinx

B. Mesovarium

C. Transverse cervical

D. Uterosacral ligament



All of the following are cells in fallopian tube EXCEPT


A. Ciliated columnar cells

B. Secretory cells

C. Peg cell

D. M-Cells



Most common type of cells in fallopian tube


A. Ciliated columnar cells

B. Secretory cells

C. Peg cell

D. M-Cells



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