3rd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination November 2010

UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

3rd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination November 2010

Subject: Orthopedic Medicine (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any five (05) questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks

Group-A

Q: No: 01: What do you mean by Orthopedic Medicine? Write down the diagnosis making procedure according to Cyriax concept.

Q: No: 02: Define and classify pain. Describe the treatment approach for pain according to Orthopedic Medicine.

Q: No: 03: What is capsular pattern? Write down the capsular pattern of the following joints:

  1. Ankle joint
  2. Hip joint
  3. Lower radioulnar joint
  4. Shoulder joint

Q: No: 04: What are the basic principles of Maitland concept? Describe the Maitland grades of movement with diagram.

Q: No: 05: What do you mean by infiltration? Briefly describe the technique of infiltration. What are the adverse effects of steroid?

Q: No: 06: Write short notes on (any three): i) Dura Matter ii) End feel iii) Sign of the Buttock iv) Passive test & Resisted test

Group-B

Q: No: 07: What do you mean by Deep transverse Friction Massage (DTFM)? Write down the aims, principles of application & effects of DTFM.

Q: No: 08: What is referred pain? Write down the rules, characteristics & influencing factors of referred pain.

Q: No: 09: Define Mobilization & Manipulation. Write the aims, effects, indication & contraindication of Manipulation.

Q: No: 10: What is tendonitis? Write down the treatment approach of different types of tennis elbow according to the Cyriax concept.

Q: No: 11: A patient comes to you treatment of shoulder pain. He compianed difficulty to move the right arm above head, difficulty in combing hair and pain above elbow. What will be your probable diagnosis & subsequent treatment of it?

Q: No: 12: Write short notes on (any three): i) Painful arc ii) Non capsular pattern iii) Loose body with osteoarthrosis iv) Neuropathetic pain

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