2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination July 2009


2nd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination July 2009

Subject: Physiotherapy Rx Orthopedics  (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 fracture. Mention the stages of fracture healing. Mention the immobilization methods of fracture.

b) Describe the post operative physiotherapy management of femoral neck fracture.

c) Define capsulate. How can you confirm should capsulitis? Mention the sign and symptoms of a 50 years old diabetic right shoulder capsilitis patient.

d) Write short notes on: i) Congenital talipes equinovarus ii) Genu valgum iii) Scolisis

Q: No: 02: a) Define amputation. Write the causes of amputation.

b) Write down the level of lower limb amputation. Describe the pre and post prosthetic management of a 25 years right sided bellow knee amputation patient.

c) Define spinal cord injury, neurological and skeletal level.

d) Describe the physiotherapy management of a traumatic incomplete B tetra plegic patient with C5 neurological level and C6 skeletal level.


Q: No: 03: a) Define osteoarthritis. Write down the sign and symptoms of the hip osteoarthritis.

b) Mention the causes of sports injuries. Describe the principles of injury prevention.

c) Mention the physiotherapy management of osteoarthritis.

d) Write short notes on: i) Torticolis ii) Patellactomy iii) Dequirvein’s tenosynovitis

Q: No: 04: a) What is prolapsed intervertebral disk and spondylolisthesis? Mention the 4 types of disk lesion.

b) A 30 years old younger man has PLID at L5-S1 region. Describe the overall physiotherapy management for this patient.

c) State the pathology of Rheumatoid arthritis. Mention the diagnosis criteria of Rheumatoid arthritis.

d) Define Ankylosing Spondylitis. What are the clinical features of ankylosing spondylitis at early and later stages of disease.

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