Neurology MCQs -1


Encephaloceles most commonly occur in the


A. Frontal

B. Occipital

C. Nasofrontal

D. Nasoethmoidal



Craniosynostosis is a condition in which one or more of the fibrous sutures skull


A. Close Early

B. Close Late

C. Do not close

D. Close normally



Which of the following is ‘boat-head’?


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Brachycephaly



Most common form of craniosynostosis


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Brachycephaly



Premature sagittal suture closure most commonly causes


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Brachycephaly



Premature closure of the metopic suture results in


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Brachycephaly



Hypotelorism is seen in


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Brachycephaly



Anterior plagiocephaly is seen in


A. Unilateral coronal synostosis

B. Bilateral lambdoid synostosis

C. Unilateral lambdoid synostosis

D. Bilateral coronal synostosis



Posterior plagiocephaly is seen in


A. Unilateral coronal synostosis

B. Bilateral lambdoid synostosis

C. Unilateral lambdoid synostosis

D. Bilateral coronal synostosis



Which is called ‘High-head syndrome’?


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Turricephaly



Oxycephaly is other name for


A. Scaphocephaly

B. Trigonocephaly

C. Plagiocephaly

D. Turricephaly


In shorts


Cloverleaf skull

cloverleaf skull -serve type of Craniosynostosis.


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