4th Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of August, held in November 2012

UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA

4th Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of August, held in November 2012

Subject: Orthopedic Medicine (Musculo-skeletal spinal) (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3 hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any five questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks

Group-A

Q: No: 01: a) Define Assessment.

b) Write the name of functional examinations of spine.

Q: No: 02: a) Write about Mckenzie concept.

b) Write 3 statements of Cyriax view of lumbar spine.

Q: No: 03: a) Define Mobilization & Manipulation.

b) Write the indications & contraindications of mobilization & manipulation.

Q: No: 04: a) Write the clinical values of nerve roots of lumbar spine.

b) Describe the articular sign & root sign.

Q: No: 05: a) Write the clinical role of Dura mater as a pain Generator.

b) Write the effects of coughing on patient’s symptom.

Q: No: 06: Write short notes on: i) Mushroom phenomenon ii) Spinal traction iii) Deep transverse friction Massage (DTFM)

Group-B

Q: No: 07: a) what is ankylosing spondylitis?

b) Write the exercise protocol for an Ankylosing spondylitis patient.

Q: No: 08: a) Define Kyphosis, Lordosis & Scoliosis.

b) Write the factors that produce spinal pain.

Q: No: 09: a) what is PLID?

b) Describe different type of disc lesion with figure.

Q: No: 10: a) what is Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)?

b) Write the clinical features of RA spine patient & physiotherapy management.

Q: No: 11: a) How will you differentiate the spondylosis and spondylolesthesis?

b) Write the types and Physiotherapy management of spondylolesthesis.

Q: No: 12: Write short notes on (any two): i) Headache ii) Spondylolysis iii) Tietzes syndroem

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