2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2012 held in March 2012


2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2012 held in March 2012

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 capsulitis. How can you confirm shoulder capsulitis? Mention the sign and physiotherapy management of shoulder capsulitis.

Q: No: 02: Write down the level of lower limb amputation. Describe the pre and post prosthetic mangement of a 35 years right sided below knee amputation patient.

Q: No: 03: Define fracture. Which factor are responsible for fracture healing. Describe the post operative physiotherapy management of a patient with fracture of shaft of femur.

Q: No: 04: Which fractures are commonly occurred during out stretched fall on head. Describe physiotherapy management of colle’s fracture.

Q: No: 05: Define deformity. What are the common congenital deformities of foot? Briefly describe physiotherapy management of CTEV.

Q: No: 06: Write short notes on (any two): i) Carpal tunnel syndrome ii) Ankle sprain iii) ACL injury


Q: No: 07: A 30 years old man come OPD with complication of In ability to extension of right wrist followed by fracture SOH by RTA. What will be you diagnosis? Write physiotherapy management of that case.

Q: No: 08: Define osteoarthritis. Write down the sign and symptoms of OA and physiotherapy management.

Q: No: 09: Mention the causes of Sports injury. Describe the principles of injury & prevention.

Q: No: 10: Define Ankylosing spondylitis. What are the clinical features of ankylosing spondylitis at early and late stages of diasease.

Q: No: 11: A 35 years old younger man has PLID,  region. Describe the over all physiotherapy management for this patient.

Q: No: 12: Write short notes on (any three): i) Torticolis ii) Patellectomy iii) Dequrvain’s tenosynovitis  iv) Cervical rib

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