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MODEL EXAM MCQ

1 Which dislocation is common in shoulder joint?



A nferior
B Posterior
C Anterior
D All of the above

2 n which conditions a Physiotherapist can deal with Sports injuries?

A On-Field
B Off-Field?
C Both A & B
D None of the above

3 Which Therapy is best recommended therapy on-field after getting a bruise?

A RCE Therapy
B Cryotherapy
C Chemotherapy
D Actinotherapy

4 Which condition gives rise to a painful arc?

A Supraspinatus Tendinitis
B Swimmer's shoulder
C Thrower's shoulder
D All of the above

5 Which joint of the body is considered as the most mobile joint of the body?

A Hip Joint
B Shoulder Joint
C Knee joint
D Elbow Joint

6 What is the role of a Physiotherapist in Sports?

A Observe closely the injuries of the patient
B Treat the patient according to the injury
C Boost the confidence of the sportsman
D All of the above

7 What is boutonniere deformity?

A Flexion of P..P Joints and hyper extension of D..P joints
B Hyper extension of P..P joints and flexion of D..P joints
C Both A & B
D None of the above

8 Which sporting event can lead to the development of Tennis Elbow?

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A Golf
B Fencing
C Tennis, Fencing and Golf
D None of the above

9 What is the second name of Mallet Finger?

A Dropped finger
B Raised Finger
C Neutral Finger
D None of above

10 Which nerve compresses to produce carpal tunnel syndrome?

A Median Nerve
B Radial Nerve
C Tibial Nerve
D Femoral Nerve

11 Which deformity can be seen in Colles Fractures?

A Dinner Fork Deformity
B Spade Deformity
C Wrist Drop
D Claw Hand

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How can we treat de Quervain's tenosynovitis

A Stretching and strengthening
B Cortisone injection
C Ultrasound
D All of the above

13 Which fracture is called as the boxer's fracture?

A Fracture of distal radius
B Fracture of Metacarpal
C Fracture of Carpal
D Fracture of radius

14 What is Jumpers Knee?

A Patteler tendinits
B Quadriceps tendinitis
C Both A and B
D None of the above


15 When we use Mc Marrys test?

MODEL EXAM MCQ
A For diagnosis of Meniscal njuries
B For diagnosis of Supraspinatous tendinitis
C For ankle injuries
D None of above

16 Which exercise technique is used to rehabilitate knee?

A sometric exercises
B AROM
C PNF
D All of above

17 What does E stands for in ABCDE for Emergency assesment?

A Evacuation
B Exposure
C Eliciting of response
D None of above

18 What does P stands for in PRCE?

A Prevention
B Protection
C Percussion
D None of the above

19 Which muscle is not a muscle of Quadriceps?

A Biceps Femoris
B Rectus Femoris
C Vastus lateralis
D Vastus Medialis

20 What is Myosistis Ossificans?

A Bone in the muscle belly
B Bone in the organ
C Bone in the vessel
D All of the above

21 What is/are the characteristic feature/s of Sciatica?

A Severe pain during walking
B Morning stiffness
C Radiating pain throughout the lower limb
D All of the above



22 The patient with knee injuries can we recommend swimming?

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A Yes
B No
C t is of no benefit to him
D Optional

23 Which modality can we use in Chronic sports injuries?

A Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
B Short Wave Diathermy
C Ultra sound
D All of above

24 Which walking aid should be used 1
st
day post-operative to bring the patient on non-
weight bearing gait?


A Quadripod Stick
B Wheelchair
C Crutches
D None of above

25 Which one of the following is not the sign and symptom of Bowlers thumb?

A Tingling sensation over affected thumb
B Presence of small tender nodule over the affected thumb
C Muscle wasting over the little finger of the affected side
D None of above


26 What sign is not present in Supra Spinatous tendinitis?

A Painful arc is present
B Resisted abduction in the outer range is painful
C Resisted lowering the arm is painful
D None of above

27 What is hip pointer syndrome?

A Contusion to liac Crest
B Contusion to sacrum
C Contusion to shaft of femur
D All of the above

28 Which dislocation is common in Hip Joint?

A Central
B Anterior
C Posterior
D None of the above



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29 Which one of the following is the sign of posterior dislocation of hip?

A Hip is externally rotated
B Hip is internally rotated
C Hip is in the neutral position
D None of above

30 Which is/are the sign and symptom/s of meniscal injury of the knee?

A Sudden locking of the knee joint
B Difficulty in walking
C Swelling
D All of above

31 n what way HOPS concept differ from SOAP concept in the assessment of sports
injuries?
A Sports specific testing
B nvolves both subjective and objective assessment
C Plan for treatment
D Both B & C


32 What type of exercises is advised during the final stage of rehabilitation in sports
injuries?
A Sports specific activity
B Agility training
C Speed training
D All of the above

33 Which of the following is the role of a team Physiotherapist in sports injuries?

A Assess the injury
B Plan for the treatment
C Criteria for return to sports
D All of the above

34 What is Patellar tracking?

A Movement of patellla on the femur
B Erosion of patellar cartilage
C Auto rotation
D Acute dislocation of patella


35 What is Game Keeper's thumb?

A njury to the ulnar collateral ligament of thumb
B njury to radial collateral ligament of thumb
C Fracture of metacarpal bone
D None of the above

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36 Following fracture neck of femur, the limb length will be?

A Shortened
B Lengthened
C No change
D None of the above


37 Which one of the following is the perineural fibrosis of the ulnar digital nerve?

A Bowler's palsy
B Handle bar palsy
C Ulnar claw hand
D Bowler's thumb


38 Which one of the following differentiates the sports injuries assessment with the
musculoskeletal assessment?


A Pre participation evaluation of players
B On field evaluation
C Sports specific assessment
D All of the above

39 What is the second name of Mallet Finger?

A Dropped finger
B Raised Finger
C Neutral Finger
D None of above

40 What type of dislocation may happen, when falling on the out stretched hand with
shoulder extension, abduction and external rotation?


A Anterior
B Posterior
C nferior
D Superior

41 Which deformity can be seen in Smith's Fractures?

A Dinner Fork Deformity
B Spade Deformity
C Wrist Drop
D Claw Hand

42 What is the name of the condition, in which the extensor tendon of the distal phalanx
ruptures?


A Tenosynovitis
B Trigger finger
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C Mallet finger
D None of the above

43 Which fracture is called as the boxer's fracture?

A Fracture of distal radius
B Fracture of Metacarpal
C Fracture of Carpal
D Fracture of radius

44 What is Jumpers Knee?

A Patteler tendinits
B Quadriceps tendinitis
C Both A and B
D None of the above


45 What is Footballer's Ankle?

A Pain at the front of the ankle
B Pain at the back of the ankle
C Pain at the lateral side of the ankle
D All of the above


46 What is DOMS?

A Delayed offset muscle soreness
B Delayed onset muscle strength
C Dependent onset muscle soreness
D Delayed onset muscle soreness

47 What is hip pointer syndrome?

A Contusion to liac Crest
B Contusion to sacrum
C Contusion to shaft of femur
D All of the above

48 What does P stands for in PRCE?

A Prevention
B Protection
C Percussion
D None of the above

49 Which muscle is not a muscle of Quadriceps?

A Biceps Femoris
B Rectus Femoris
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C Vastus lateralis
D Vastus Medialis

50 What is Myosistis Ossificans?

A Bone in the muscle belly
B Bone in the organ
C Bone in the vessel
D All of the above



51 Which of the following procedure is carried out during On field management of
medical emergency?


A Treating the symptoms
B Application of cardio respiratory resuscitation in case of CR emergency
C Stabilization of the spine in case of possible spinal injury.
D All of the above

52 Why medial meniscus is more commonly injured then the lateral meniscus?

A Because it is loosely attached with femoral condyle
B Because it is firmly attached with femur condyle
C Because it is loosely attached with tibial plateau
D Because it is firmly attatched with the tibial plateau

53 Which of the following muscle involved in the groin strain?

A Sartorius
B Rectus femoris
C lico psoas
D All of the above

54 Which of the following is a cause for the meniscus injury?

A Combination of rotation and compression force
B Anterior translation force
C Posterior translation force
D Longitudinal force

55 Which one of the following is not the sign and symptom of Bowlers thumb?

A Tingling sensation over affected thumb
B Presence of small tender nodule over the affected thumb
C Muscle wasting over the little finger of the affected side
D None of above


56 What sign is not present in Supra Spinatous tendinitis?

MODEL EXAM MCQ
A Painful arc is present
B Resisted abduction in the outer range is painful
C Resisted lowering the arm is painful
D None of above

57 What is the importance of warm up?

A Prepare the body adequately for sports
B Prevent from injury
C Both A & B
D None of the above


58 Which dislocation is common in Hip Joint?

A Central
B Anterior
C Posterior
D None of the above


59 Which one of the following is the sign of posterior dislocation of hip?

A Hip is externally rotated
B Hip is internally rotated
C Hip is in the neutral position
D None of above

60 Which of the following anti inflammatory modality is used in acute sub acromial
bursitis?
A Hot pack
B SWD
C UVR
D Ultrasound

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