1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of January 2009

UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of January 2009

Subject: Kinesiology (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any five questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks

Group-A

Q: No: 01: What is joint? Write the function of a joint. Describe different types of synovial joints with their degree of freedom.

Q: No: 02: What is your concept about lever? Write the principles of lever. Describe the importance of lever in physiotherapy.

Q: No: 03: Define balance and stability. Write the principles of stability.

Q: No: 04:  What do you mean by muscle contraction? Describe different types of muscle contraction with example.

Q: No: 05: What is posture? Describe about normal posture. Write the causes of poor posture.

Q: No: 06: Describe the physiological movements of lower extremity.

Group-B

Q: No: 07: What is axis and plane? Write the importance of plane in human body. Write the axis and plane of the following joint movement: Abduction & adduction of the shoulder joint, Supination and pronation of radioulnar joint, Dorsiflexion and planter flexion of ankle joint, rotation of the cervical region.

Q: No: 08: Define gait and gait cycle. Write the different phases of gait cycle. Describe the normal parameter of gait.

Q: No: 09: Describe the principles of pushing and pulling motions.

Q: No: 10: What is locomotion? Describe the mechanical principles of walking.

Q: No: 11: What is closed packed & loose packed joint position? Describe the factors responsible for limiting joint range of motion.

Q: No: 12: Write short notes on: (any three)

  1. Motor unit
  2. Kinematics chain
  3. Equilibrium
  4. Force

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