UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA
4th Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of February 2014
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
Q: No: 01: a) Write short note on Mckenzie concept.
b) Write the different components of clinical examination of cervical spine according to the Mckenzi concept.
Q: No: 02: a) Define articular sign & root sign. Write the sensory & motor conduction of upper limb & lower limb.
b) Write the difference among the Spondylosis, spondylolesthesis and Spondylitis.
Q: No: 03: a) what is Torticollis? Write the different types of Torticollis.
b) Write the clinical features & management of Torticollis.
Q: No: 04: a) what is Ankylosing spondylitis? Write the clinical features & prognosis of it.
b) Briefly describe the physiotherapy management of Ankylosing spondylitis.
Q: No: 05: a) Define subject & objective assessment.
b) Write about postural, dysfunction and derangement syndrome.
Q: No: 06: Write short notes on (any two): i) Facet locking ii) Post concussion headache iii) Thoracic outlet syndrome
Q: No: 07: a) what is primary posteolateral protusion? Write the difference between complete and incomplete spinal cord injury.
b) Write different names of provocative sacroiliac joint test.
Q: No: 08: a) Describe the cyriax 3 hypothesis about low back pain.
b) What are back pain, lumbago and sciatica?
Q: No: 09: a) Define mobilization and Manipulation.
b) Write indications and contraindications of spinal manipulation and manipulation.
Q: No: 10: a) what is spinal traction? Write the basic procedure of spinal traction. Write the spinal indication and contraindication of traction.
b) What is osteoporosis? Classify it.
Q: No: 11: a) Write the dangers of nerve root. What is babinski sign?
b) What is cervical rib? Write the sign and symptoms and treatment of cervical rib.
Q: No: 12: Write short notes on (any two): i) Coccydiana ii) Mushroom Phenomenon iii) Spinal TB