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


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

Subject: Physiology (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any three parts from each question

All questions carry equal marks



Q: No: 01: a) Define & classify human cell with example. Name the transport processes of cell membrane.

b) What is ESR? Give its normal value. Name the factors which increase the value of ESR.

c) Define & classify haemoglobin. Give the function of RBC.

d) What is blood pressure? Classify it. What are the methods of measuring blood pressure?

Q: No: 02: a) Describe the function of lung. What are the lung volume & capacities?

b) Name the physiological processes that perform GIT function? Discuss the movement of GIT.

c) State the body fluid intake output chart. Discuss the formation of urine.

d) Write short notes on: i) ECG ii) Jaundice


Q: No: 03: a) what are the hormones secreted from thyroid gland? Enumerate the steps of synthesis of thyroid hormone.

b) What are the differences between IDDM & NIDDM? What are the investigations required to diagnose a case of diabetes mellitus?

c) What are the difference between catabolism and anabolism? Why TCA cycle is considered as a amphibolic pathway? Explain it.

d) Write short notes on: i) Neuromuscular Junction ii) Visual pathway

Q: No: 04: a) what are the functions of autonomic nervous system? Draw & level pyramidal tract with its function.

b) What are the hormones acts on the kidney? What are GFR? What are the factors affecting it?

c) What are the compositions of pancreatic juice? Write down the process of digestion of protein.

d) What are the renal function tests? Name the abnormal constituents of urine.

Leave a Reply

Need help? e-Mail us here! Chat With Us Now!

← Prev Step

Thanks for contacting us. We'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Please provide a valid name, email, and question.

Powered by LivelyChat
Powered by LivelyChat Delete History