2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2010

UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2010

Subject: Orthopedics & Rheumatology   (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any four question from each group

All questions carry equal marks

Group-A

Q: No: 01: a) What are the risk factors of osteoarthritis? Give the radiological findings of osteoarthritis of knee joint.

b) Name some nerve compression syndrome. What are the causes of carpal tunnel syndrome? What investigations you will prescribe for its complain?

c) Give the clinical features and treatment of Erb’s palsy.

d) Write short notes on: i) Frozen shoulder ii) Trigger thumb

Q: No: 02: a) Define osteomyelitis. What are the common pathogens of acute osteomyelitis? How will you differentiate septic arthritis from Osteomyelitis?

b) Classify fracture. Give principles of management of close fracture of shaft of femur.

c) Mention the diagnostic criteria of Rheumatoid arthritis. Give the principles of management of rheumatoid arthritis.

d) Write short notes on: i) Wry neck ii) Satges of fracture healing

Group-B

Q: No: 03: a) What are radiological findings of TB spine? Give the stages of Pott’s paraplegia.

b) Name some common sports injury. Give the management of Tennis elbow.

c) What are the causes of peripheral nerve injury? Write principles of treatment of peripheral nerve injury.

d) Write short notes on: i) Golfer’s elbow ii) Prosthesis

Q: No: 04: a) What are the types of CTEV? Give the differences between orthosis and prosthesis. What are the orthosis used in spinal injury?

b) What are the medical causes of paralysis? What measure will you take to prevent bedsore of a paraplegic patient?

c) Name some common dislocations of lower limb. What are the fates of acute osteomyelitis?

d) What are the mechanisms of spinal cord injury? Write down the principle of management of spinal cord injury.

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