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1

The primary pathology of RA is in the following structure
a. Joint capsule
b. Joint cartilage
c. Joint ligament
d. Synovial membrane

D

2

The muscle/tendons most commonly involved in rotator cuff tendinitis is
a. Subscapularis
b. Infraspinatus
c. Supraspinatus
d. Biceps brachii

C

3

In the early stage of a patient w/ Ankylosing spondylitis, the following test will be positive
a. Gaenslen
b. Laseque
c. Thomas
d. Ober

A

4

What are the most reliable phys signs of MTPS?
a. A rope like nodulary in the muscle and pattern of referred pain
b. Focal tenderness and pain recognition
c. Vasomotor and temperature changes
d. Limited ROM

A

5

Using a Computer mouse that is located too far to the side or too high on the table will cause
a. Anterior shoulder subluxation
b. Supraspinatus nerve palsy
c. Rotator cuff tendinitis
d. LBP

C

6

Which is the general treatment principle for knee OA?
a. Encourage a high impact aerobic home exc program
b. Avoid extreme ROM exc
c. Strengthen quad muscles
d. Avoid the use of modalities

C

7

When you see a patient every time he is walking always holding his thigh during the stance phase, most probably he has lesion fo the following nerve:
a. Tibial
b. Sciatic
c. Femoral
d. Common peroneal

C

8

The eye blindness among leprosy patients is caused by the damage of
a. Facial and optic n
b. Facial and abduscens
c. Facial and trigeminal
d. Facial and occulomotor

A

9

The following is NOT correct regarding the management of insensitive feet of leprosy patient
a. Soaking feet everyday
b. Apply oily substance after soaking
c. Trim and smoothen sharp edges of the soles
d. Ask patient to always wear leather shoes when walking

D

10

If somebody has difficulties in chewing food most probably he has problem with the following nerve
a. Facial
b. Trigeminal
c. Hypoglossus
d. Glossopharyngeal

B

11

Lateral winging of scapula is due to lesion in the following nerve
a. Accesory
b. Subscapular
c. Suprascapular
d. Long thoracic

A

12

Which of the following phys exam findings would be most cconsistent w/ a C6 radiculopathy?
a. Triceps weakness
b. Deltoid weaknes
c. Medial brachial sensory loss
d. Decreased brachioradialis reflex

D

13

In klumpke, the following muscle is spared
a. Flx poll longus
b. Flx dig sublimmis
c. Flx dig profundus
d. Ext carpi rad longus

D

14

7-8 mo child with persistence of which one primitive reflexes or postural responses would you be concerned about?
a. Placing
b. Landau
c. Parachute
d. ATNR

D

15

Arthrogryposis multiplex congenital most commonly is
a. Neurogenic in origin
b. Myopathic in origin
c. Associated w/ early joint fusion
d. Associated w/ mental retardation

C

16

Ortolani test will be (+) in
a. Congenital Lower limb deficiency
b. CTEV
c. Congenital hemisacralization
d. Congenital hip dislocation

D

17

An indication of good prognosis for independent ambulation for CP patient if he/she is able to do
a. Prone lying by 15 mo
b. Sitting w/ support by 24 mo
c. Sitting w/o support by 24 mo
d. Kneeling w/ assistance at 16 mo

C

18

Major goal of phase I cardiac rehab is
a. Stimulate the development of coronary collateral
b. Stimulate myocardial exc tolerance
c. Prevent deconditioning
d. Increase cardiac output

C

19

Target HR that is recommended for cardiac insufficient patients during exc is ... % of max HR
a. 50
b. 50-70
c. 70-85
d. >85

B

20

The activity of climbing up stairs uses ... METs
a. 2
b. 4
c. 6
d. 8

D

21

Preload of left ventricles refers to
a. Stroke volume
b. Diastolic filling
c. Ejection fraction
d. Ventricular outflow

B

22

The respiratory function of patient w/ ankylosing spondylitis is characterized by
a. Diminshed chest expansion
b. Moderate dyspnea on exertion
c. Increase use of accesory muscle
d. Decrease in diaphragmatic excursion

A

23

For chronic lung disease various walking test w. Submax exc have all the benefits, EXCEPT
a. Detect exc tolerance
b. Detect limitation in lung function
c. Know and detect functional limitation
d. Evaluate reconditioning exc program

B

24

The following condition is NOT a contraindication for exc program prescribed to a diabetic patient w/ cardiovascular disease
a. Blood sugar > 300 mg%
b. Blood sugar 180-250 mg%
c. Blood sugar

B

25

Which type of exc training is widely accepted as the optimal way to enhance and maintain function in older adults?
a. Endurance
b. Resistance
c. Flexiblity
d. Balance

D

26

The following sport activity is NOT recommended for an old osteoporotic women
a. Taichi
b. Jogging
c. Walking
d. Light gymastics

B

27

A good initial treatment plan for neurogenic claudication secondary to spinal stenosis would include
a. Gabapentin
b. Acetaminophen
c. Lumbar bracing
d. Narcotic pain medication

A

28

Which activity is NOT associated w/ a reduced risk of dementia
a. Dancing
b. Bowling
c. Playing board games
d. Playing musical instruments

B

29

This disorder is usually seen in preadolescent athletes who participate in activities such as jumping or running. The disorder is a result of recurring micro trauma from the quads contracting
a. Ligament sprain
b. Pes anserinus bursitsi
c. Tibial plateu fracture
d. Osgood-schlatter disease

D

30

Ankle sprains are ubiquitous in sports and are the most common athletic injury. The most commonly injured lig is
a. Calcaneo fibular
b. Anterior talofib
c. Post talofib
d. Strong medial deltoid

B