UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA
2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2010
Subject: P.T in orthopedics (New Curriculum)
Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours
Use separate answer script for each group
Answer any five question each group
All questions carry equal marks
Q: No: 01: Define fracture. Which factors are responsible for fracture healing? Describe the post operative physiotherapy management of a patient with fracture of shaft of femur.
Q: No: 02: Which fracture are commonly occurred during outstretched fall on hand. Describe physiotherapy management of colle’s fracture.
Q: No: 03: Define tendinitis, tenosynovitis, bursitis. How will you different between supraspinatus tendinitis and subacromial bursitis. Give PT of painful arc syndrome.
Q: No: 04: Define deformity. What are the common congenital deformities of foot? Briefly describe physiotherapy management of CTEV.
Q: No: 05: Define amputation. Write the characteristics of an ideal stump. Describe the post-operative management of a 35 years right sided above knee amputation patient.
Q: No: 06: Write short noets on: (any two): i) Volkmann’s ischemic contracture ii) Carpal tunnel syndrome iii) Ankle sprain
Q: No: 07: Define sopnadylitis, spondylosis, spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis. Which pathological changes occure in case of spondylosis. As a physiotherapy which advice will you give a patient who is suffering from cervical spondylosis.
Q: No: 08: Define protusion and Extrusion. Write down the clinical features of PLID. Give physiotherapy management of a case of laminectomy.
Q: No: 09: Differentiate between OA & RA. Give physiotherapy management of OA of Rt knee.
Q: No: 10: A 40 years old man came OPD with complicaiton of inability to extension of right wrist followed by # SOH by RTA what will be your diagnosis. Write physiotherapy management of that case.
Q: No: 11: Define sport injury, Stretching. What are the types of stretching? Describe principles of sports injury management.
Q: No: 12: Write short notes on (any two): i) Dequervein’s syndrome ii) Sciatica iii) Torticolis