Neurological Physiotherapy MCQ’s (Part# 03)

Neurological Physiotherapy MCQ’s (Part# 03)

Neurological Physiotherapy MCQ’s (Part# 03)

1. Features of diabetic neuropathy
a. Mild and chronic
b. b. Affecting both sensory and motor nerve
c. Lower extremity involvement
d. b & c
e. a , b & c

2. The differentiating feature of diabetes from tabes is ————-.
a. Pain
b. Ataxia
c. Loss of tendon reflex in lower limb
d. Tender calf

3. The differentiating feature of poly neuropathy from polio myelitis is
a. Muscle weakness
b. Muscle atrophy
c. No sensory involvement
d. Symmetrical muscle involvement

4. Which is not a feature of myasthenia gravis
a. Muscle weakness
b. Muscle wasting
c. Muscle fatigability
d. Fasciculation

5. MND involves progressive degeneration of ———————
a. Anterior horn cells of in the spinal cord
b. Cells of lower cranial motor nuclei
c. Neurons of the motor cortex and pyramidal tract
d. All of the above

6. Parietal cerebral tumor cause
a. Progressive dementia
b. Contra lateral hemiplegia
c. Falling away of contra lateral outstretched hand
d. Epilepsy with aphasia

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

8. An uniform resistance at all points of range during relaxed passive movement is
known as
a. Clasp knife
b. Lead pipe
c. Cog wheel
d. All of the above

9. The physiological basis of spasticity is
a. Increased fusimotor innervation by dynamic gamma motor neuron
b. Decreased presynaptic inhibition
c. Loss of reciprocal innervation and recurrent inhibition
d. a& b
e. a,b&c

10. The dyskinesia which resembles fragments of purposive movement is
a. Dystonia
b. Chorea
c. Hemiballismus
d. Athetosis

11. Fasciculation is not found in
a. Cervical myelopathy
b. Syringomyelia
c. Stroke
d. Intervertibral disc protrusion

12. A cerebral cortical lesion usually causes
a. Monoplegia
b. Hemiplegia
c. Quadriplegia
d. Crossed hemiplegia

13. Which one among the following is true for polyneuropathy?
a. Asymmetrical loss of reflex
b. Distal tendon reflexes affected before proximal
c. All reflexes are diminished
d. All reflexes are lost

14. Oppenheim’s reflex is
a. Extension of great toe with firm moving pressure on the skin over tibia
b. Stroking on inner border elicits flexor response
c. Stroking outer border of sole elicits ankle dorsi flexion
d. None of the above

15. Dissosiated sensory loss is found in
a. Polyneuropathy
b. Lateral spinalcord lesion
c. Central spinal cord lesion
d. Spinothalamic tract lesion

16. The spinal Segment for ankle jerk is
a. L5
b. L5S1
c. S1S2
d. S1

17. Horner’s syndrome is associated with
a. Myositis
b. Anhydrosis
c. All of them
d. None of them

18. In writer’s cramp
a. An act is impaired
b. Individual movements which compose the act are impaired
c. Similar activities are affected
d. Associated with sensory loss

19. Transient ischemic attack usually defined if neurological deficit recovers with in
a. 24 hours
b. 48 hours
c. > 24 hours< 7days.
d. > 7 days.

20. the features of CSF leak is/
a. fluid test positive for glucose
b. salty taste in the mouth of the patient.
c. There may be a fracture petrous skull
d. All of the above
e. a & c

(Visited 525 times, 1 visits today)



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here