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Neurological Physiotherapy MCQ’s (Part# 02)

Neurological Physiotherapy MCQ’s (Part# 02)

1. Anterior cerebral artery lesion will result in a. Ipsilateral lower limb sensory loss
b. Ipsilateral upper limb sensory loss
c. Contralateral lower limb sensory loss
d. Both upper limb and lower limb sensory loss


2. Middle cerebral artery lesion will result in
a. Ipsilateral sensory loss of whole trunk
b. Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb, lower limb and face
c. Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb.
d. None


3. Patients with subcortical lesion will have
a. Loss of sensation of upper limb contralateral
b. Loss of sensation of upper limb & lower limb contralateral
c. Loss of sensation upper limb, lower limb & face contralateral
d. Loss of sensation of upper limb, lower limb, trunk & face


4. Parietal lobe lesion exhibit
a. Lack of sensory motor integration
b. Inability to interpret meaningful sensory information
c. Both a & b.
d. None


5. Facilitation of extensor tone against gravity is by
a. Vestibulo spinal tract
b. Rubro spinal tract
c. Reticulo spinal tract
d. Corticospinal tract


6. Motor planning and timing is by which lobe of cerebellum
a. Anterior lobe
b. Floculonodular
c. Posterior
d. All of the above


7. Apraxia is a result of lesion in
a. Frontal lobe
b. Parietal lobe
c. Occipital lobe
d. Internal capsule


8. Broca’s area is present in
a. Frontal lobe
b. Parietal lobe
c. Occipital lobe
d. Frontal lobe


9. ——————nervous system is/are responsible for bladder evacuation
a. Sympathetic
b. Parasympathetic
c. Sympathetic & parasympathetic
d. Somatic


10. Deep tendon reflex is exaggerated in lesion
a. Upper motor neuron

b. Lower motor neuron
c. Peripheral nerve injury
d. None of the above


11. Clonus is a sign of
a. Lower motor neuron lesion
b. Upper motor neuron lesion
c. Peripheral nerve injury
d. All of the above.


12. In two point discrimination the distance between two points in palm is
a. 5 – 6 mm
b. 7 – 10 mm
c. 10- 15 mm
d. None


13. Patients with spinocerebellar tract lesion will lack
a. Ipsilateral upper limb control
b. Ipsilateral upper limb and trunk control
c. Ipsilateral lower limb & trunk control
d. Contralateral upper limb and lower limb control.


14. Loss of light touch sensation is ——.
a. Atothiguranethesia
b. Dysethesia
c. Anesthesia
d. Aptopogrosia


15. Removal of somato-sensory (SII) area leads to —-
a. Impairment of postural sense
b. Impairment of perception of shape of object
c. Impairment of perception of both shape & texture of object
d. Impairment of perception of texture


16. Stroking across lateral border of foot elicits —-. Reflex.
a. Chaddock
b. Gordon
c. Oppeneim
d. Babinski


17. Facilitation of extensor tone against gravity is by
a. Vestibulo spinal tract
b. Rubro spinal tract
c. Reticulo spinal tract
d. Corticospinal tract


18. Meralgia parasthetica occurs in—————— nerve.
a. Sciatic
b. Superficial peroneal
c. Lateral femoral cutaneous
d. Sural


19. Decerebrate rigidity refers to
a. Sustained contraction and posturing of the trunk and limbs in a position of full
flexion

b. Sustained contraction and positioning of the trunk and limbs in a position of full
extension
c. Sustained contraction and posturing of the trunk and the lower limbs in extension
and the upper limbs in flexion
d. Strong and sustained contraction of extensors muscles of the neck, trunk and four
limbs


20. Thermanalgesia is
a. Inability to perceive heat
b. Inability to perceive sensation of heat and cold
c. Inability to perceive pain and temperature
d. None of the above.

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