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Dr. MGR University 2009 to 2015 Question Papers ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

Dr. MGR University February 2009 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[KU 986] Sub. Code: 5181
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE EXAMINATION
Fourth Year
Non-Semester Regulations and Seventh Semester
(Modified / New Modified Regulations)
ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
(CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS)
Q.P. Code : 745181
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer All questions.
I. Essays : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Write briefly about anterior shoulder dislocation, its clinical
 manifestations, management and complications.
2. Write an essay on radial nerve injury at the spiral groove of humerus,
 its clinical manifestations and management
II. Short Notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Volkman’s ischemic contracture.
2. Non Union of fractures.
3. Fracture Patella.
4. Galeazzi fracture dislocation.
5. Autonomous bladder.
6. Foot Drop.
7. Plantar Fascitis.
8. Avulsion fractures.
9. Claw hand.
 10. Middle arc syndrome.
III. Short Answer: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. How will you immobilize fingers?
2. After what age radial Head can be excised?
3. If cross union occurs in fracture both bones fore arm. What will be the
 disability.
4. What fracture and what dislocation occur in monteggia fracture
 dislocation?
5. At the time of dash board injury, what position the limb should be, to
 produce posterior dislocation.
6. Why intra capsular fracture neck of femur does not UNITE?
7. Cord trans section at L(1) level will produce what type of Bladder?
8. What deficiency produces rickets?
9. Sun ray appearance in X-Ray appears in which tumor.
 10. How much power the muscle should at least have to be transferred
 and rerouted.
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Dr. MGR University August 2009 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

 [KV 986] Sub. Code: 5181
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE EXAMINATION
Fourth Year
Non-Semester Regulations and Seventh Semester
(Modified / New Modified Regulations)
ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
(CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS)
Q.P. Code : 745181
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer All questions.
I. Essays : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Discuss in detail the probable causes, clinical features and treatment of
 low back pain in a 48 yr. old lady.
2. Classify scoliosis. Describe idiopathic scoliosis in detail.
II. Short Notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Mallet finger.
2. Ewings sarcoma.
3. Painful arch syndrome.
4. Congenital dislocation of hip.
5. Automatic bladder.
6. Swan neck deformity.
7. Stress fracture.
8. Costochondritis.
9. Trophic ulcer.
 10. Adhesive capsulitis.
III. Short Answer: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Define fracture.
2. What is bone graft?
3. Types of fractures.
4. Ankle sprain.
5. Difference between dislocation and subluxation.
6. Malunion.
7. Septic arthritis.
8. Name four malignant bone tumours.
9. Define flat foot.
 10. Rheumatoid arthritis – clinical features.
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Dr. MGR University February 2010 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[KW 986] Sub. Code: 5181
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE EXAMINATION
Fourth Year
Non-Semester Regulations and Seventh Semester
(Modified / New Modified Regulations)
ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
(CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS)
Q.P. Code : 745181
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer All questions.
I. Essays : (2 x 15 = 30)
1. Discuss in detail the levels of amputation and its causes. Give a brief
outline on the pre-op, post- op and prosthetic management.
2. Enumerate the causes, clinical features and principles of treatment for
fracture neck of femur in an elderly man.
II. Short Notes on : (10 x 5 = 50)
1. Erb’s palsy.
2. Post polio residual paralysis.
3. Rheumatoid hand.
4. Volkman’s ischemic contracture.
5. Cauda equina syndrome.
6. Foot drop.
7. Idiopathic scoliosis.
8. Osteo sarcoma.
9. Pott’s spine.
 10. Green stick fracture.
III. Short Answer: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Radial nerve injury will lead to what defect.
2. Ulnar nerve injury will lead to what defect.
3. Define osteomyelitis.
4. Define osteoporosis.
5. Define a splint.
6. Write the contents of plaster of paris.
7. Define wax therapy.
8. Define shortwave diathermy.
9. What is sequestrum?
 10. Define kyphoscoliosis.
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Dr. MGR University August 2010 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[KX 986] Sub. Code : 5181
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE EXAMINATION
Fourth Year Non-Semester Regulations and Seventh Semester
(Modified / New Modified Regulations)
 ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
(CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS)
Q.P. Code : 745181
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
Draw suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essays: (2X15=30)
1. Describe briefly the etiology, clinical features, management and
complications of Supracondylar fracture of the Humerus.
2. Classify Bone Tumours. Describe Osteogenic Sarcoma in detail.
II. Short Notes : (10X5=50)
1. Non – Union.
2. Tennis Elbow.
3. Fracture Healing.
4. Siatica.
5. Rotator Cuff Tear.
6. Rupture of Achelles tendon.
7. Clavicle Fracture.
8. Flat foot.
9. Claw Hand.
10. Below Knee Amputation.
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Mallet Finger.
2. Define Sprain and Strain.
3. Difference between Static and Dynamic splint.
4. Tens.
5. Strapping.
6. Define Orthosis.
7. Define Prosthesis.
8. Lateral poplitial nerve injury will lead to what defect.
9. Types of Sequestrum.
10. Bumper Fracture.
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Dr. MGR University February 2011 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[KY 986] Sub. Code : 5181
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE EXAMINATION
Fourth Year Non-Semester Regulations and Seventh Semester
(Modified / New Modified Regulations)
 ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
(CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS)
Q.P. Code : 745181
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
Draw suitable diagrams wherever necessary
I. Essays: (2X15=30)
1. Describe the pathology, clinical features, complications and management of
TB hip.
2. Describe the clinical features, complications and management of C5
Quadriplegia.
II. Short Notes : (10X5=50)
1. Complication of Colle’s fracture.
2. Radial club hand.
3. Phantom limb.
4. Ewings sarcoma.
5. Management of fracture neck of femur.
6. Principles of tendon transfer.
7. Spondylolisthesis.
8. Myositis ossificans.
9. Torticollis.
10. Complications of chronic osteomyelitis.
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Plaster of paris.
2. Types of club foot.
3. Erb’s point.
4. Monteggia fracture.
5. Mcmurray’s test.
6. Stages of fracture healing.
7. Cobb’s angle.
8. Tendons affected in Dequervain’s disease.
9. Bones commonly affected by Avasulor Necrosis.
10. Classification of Scoliosis.
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Dr. MGR University August 2011 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[KZ 6266] Sub. Code : 6266
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY EXAMINATION
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code : 746266
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
I. LONG ESSAYS (2X20=40)
1. Describe the mechanism of injury, complications and management of supracondylar
fracture of humerus.
2. Outline the etiopathology of Rheumatoid arthritis. Describe the deformities
that occur in a rheumatoid hand and its management.
II. SHORT NOTES (8X5=40)
1. Periarthritis shoulder.
2. Scaphoid fracture.
3. Sequestrum.
4. Cobb’s angle.
5. Cervical rib.
6. Torticollis.
7. Spondylolisthesis.
8. Fracture Patella.
III. SHORT ANSWERS (10X2=20)
1. Green stick fracture.
2. Hallux Valgus.
3. Subluxation.
4. Carpal bones.
5. Delayed union.
6. Volkman’s sign.
7. Mc. Murrays test.
8. Scapulo-humeral rhythm.
9. Antalgic gait.
10. Hypothenar muscles of hand.
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Dr. MGR University February 2012 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LA 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY EXAMINATION
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code: 746266
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2X20=40)
 1. Describe the causes, clinical features and management of recurrent dislocation of
the shoulder.
 2. Describe the clinical features, complications and management of a patient with
fracture of D8 vertebra with paraplegia.
II. Write notes on: (8X5=40)
 1. DeQuervains disease.
 2. March fracture.
 3. Ulnar claw hand.
4. Fracture disease.
 5. Anterior cruciate ligament.
 6. Potts fracture.
 7. Shoulder hand syndrome
 8. Myositis Ossificans
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Z-Thumb deformity.
2. Hallux valgus.
3. Guillotine amputation.
4. Mallet finger.
5. Elys test
6. Complications of Scaphoid fracture.
7. Attachments and nerve supply of hamstring muscle.
8. List the complications of Supracondylar fracture of humerus.
9. Clarke’s test.
10. Q -angle
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Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2012 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LB 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER BPT EXAM
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code: 746266
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
(180 Min) Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks
 (Max.)(Max.)(Max.)
1. Describe the mechanism of injury, complications and
management of posterior dislocation of hip. 19 33 20
2. Outline the etiopathology of Ankylosing spondylitis.
Describe briefly its management and the role of exercises. 19 33 20
II. Write Notes on:
1. Supraspinatus tendonitis. 3 8 5
2. Stress Fracture. 3 8 5
3. Flat foot. 3 8 5
4. Compound fracture. 3 8 5
5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 3 8 5
6. Club foot. 3 8 5
7. Symes amputation. 3 8 5
8. Plantar Fasciitis. 3 8 5
III. Short Answers:
1. Swan neck deformity. 1 5 2
2. Thenar muscles of hand. 1 5 2
3. Name four entrapment neuropathies. 1 5 2
4. Genu valgum. 1 5 2
5. Anterior drawer test. 1 5 2
6. Dugas sign. 1 5 2
7. Bunion. 1 5 2
8. External rotators of the hip. 1 5 2
9. Tinel’s sign. 1 5 2
10.Name the fracture and dislocation in Monteggia
fracture dislocation. 1 5 2
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Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2013 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LC 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
FOURTH YEAR BPT EXAM / SEVENTH SEMESTER
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code: 746266
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
(180 Min)
I. Elaborate on: (2X20=40)
1. Outline the etiopathology types, clinical features and management of
congenital talipus equino varus.
2. Classify amputations. Briefly describe the indications for amputations. How
do you manage a transtibial amputee?
II. Write notes on: (8X5=40)
1. Radial club hand.
2. Ulnar claw hand.
3. Fracture clavicle.
4. Ewings sarcoma.
5. Osteochondritis dissecens.
6. Principles of tendon transfer.
7. Anterior dislocation of shoulder.
8. Fracture around the ankle joint.
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Management of fracture neck of femur.
2. Erbs point.
3. Involucrum.
4. Osteotomy.
5. Hugh Oven Thomas.
6. Cold absess.
7. Genu valgum.
8. Barton’s fracture.
9. Dequervains disease.
10.Triple dislocation.
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Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2013 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LD 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER BPT EXAM
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code : 746266
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
I. Elaborate on: (2X20=40)
1. Discuss in detail about Osteomyelitis – Definition, clinical features, types,
causes, Management and complications.
2. Outline the etiopathology, types, clinical features and management of
Brachial plexus injury.
II. Write Notes on: (8X5=40)
1. Osteotomy.
2. Plantar Fascitis.
3. Myositis Ossificans.
4. RA Hand.
5. Klumpkey’s Palsy.
6. Colles Fracture.
7. Phantom Limb Pain.
8. Bone Grafting.
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Define Periarthritis Shoulder. List the clinical features.
2. List the splints used for Upper extremity Peripheral nerve injuries.
3. Straight leg raising test.
4. List the levels of Lower limb Amputation.
5. Difference between dislocation and subluxation.
6. List the causes for shoulder impingement syndrome.
7. Difference between Tide and Untided injuries of hand.
8. Define Q Angle.
9. List the types of Leprosy.
10.Types of CTEV.
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Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2014 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LE 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER BPT EXAM
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code : 746266
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
I. Elaborate on: (2X20=40)
1. Define, Aetiology, pathology, Stages, clinical features and management for
the Periarthritis of shoulder joint.
2. Discuss briefly the aetiology, grades, clinical features, management and
complications of ankle joint fracture.
II. Write Notes on: (8X5=40)
1. Fracture Clavicle
2. Pre patellar bursitis
3. Flat foot
4. Golfer’s elbow
5. Erb’s palsy
6. Osteoma
7. Septic Arthritis
8. Ideal Stump
III. Short Answers: (10X2=20)
1. Deformities of Rheumatoid Arthritis
2. Bamboo Spine
3. Cervical Rib
4. Wry neck
5. Mal union
6. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
7. Kernicks Sign
8. Cobb’s angle
9. Hallux Valgus
10.Genu Varum
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Dr. MGR University FEBRUARY 2015 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LG 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER BPT EXAM
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code : 746266
Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
1. Discuss in detail about Osteoarthritis of Knee – Definition, clinical features, types,
causes, Management and complications.
2. Outline the causes, types, clinical features, complications and management for
Scoliosis.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
1. Recurrent Dislocation of the Shoulder
2. Definitions and causes of Myositis Ossificans
3. Complications of Lower Limb Fracture
4. Mechanism and management of Patellar Tendonitis
5. Causes and complication of Below Elbow Amputation
6. Classifications of Bone Tumor
7. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
8. Definitions, causes and management of Torticollis
III. Short answer on: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Define Congenital Dislocation of Hip. List the clinical features.
2. Define Foot Drop. List the clinical feature.
3. List the complications of Patellectomy.
4. List the levels of Upper limb Amputation.
5. Define Dislocation and Subluxation.
6. List the causes for Shoulder Hand Syndrome.
7. Define Claw Hand and list the clinical features.
8. Define Genu Recurvattum.
9. List the types of Fractures.
10.Define Prepatellar Bursitis and list the causes.

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Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2015 Question Paper
Subject : ORTHOPAEDICS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

[LH 6266] Sub. Code: 6266
B.P.T. DEGREE EXAMINATION
FOURTH YEAR / SEVENTH SEMESTER
CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS
Q.P. Code: 746266
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Explain in detail about the Total Hip replacement. List the indications and
 Complications.
 2. Define Amputation. Discuss the levels of Amputation, Causes, Types, Complications
 and management.
II. Write notes on: (8 x 5 = 40)
 1. Indications and types of Arthrodesis.
 2. Causes and management of Rotator Cuff Tear.
 3. Management of Congenital Talipes Equinovarus.
 4. Swan Neck Deformity.
 5. Avascular Necrosis.
 6. Erbs Palsy.
 7. Mechanism and management of rupture of Achelles Tendon.
 8. Types and management of Spondylolisthesis.
III. Short Answers on: (10 x 2 = 20)
 1. Extensor Zones of Hand.
 2. Define Deltoid Fibrosis and list the causes.
 3. Define Kyphosis and list the complications.
 4. Difference between Coxavara and Coxavalga.
 5. Define Burns and list the degrees of Burns.
 6. List the complications of fracture.
 7. Define Plantar Fasciitis and list the clinical features.
 8. Central Dislocation of Hip.
 9. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
10. List the clinical features seen in TB Spine.
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