AIIMS Solved Paper 2010 (Part 9 of 20)

  1. Posterior glenohumeral instability can be tested by:

    1. jerk test

    2. crank test

    3. fulcrum test

    4. sulcus test

    Answer: a

  2. Meralgia paresthetica is due to involvement of

    1. medical cutaneous nerve of thigh

    2. lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh

    3. sural nerve

    4. femoral nerve

    Answer: b

  3. Characteristic radiological feature of fibrous dysplasia

    1. Thickened bone matrix

    2. Cortical erosion

    3. Ground glass appearance

    4. Bone enlargement

    Answer: c

  4. A 68 yr old man came with pain and swelling and swelling of right knee. Ahlback grade 2 osteoarthritis changes were found on investigation. What is the further management?

    1. arthroscopic washout

    2. high tibial osteotomy

    3. total knee replacement

    4. conservative

    Answer: d

  5. A 65 yrs old man with H/O back pain since 3 months. ESR is raised On examination marked stiffness and mild restriction of chest movements is found On x-ray, syndesmophytes are present in vertebrae. Diagnosis is

    1. Ankylosing spondylitis

    2. Degenerative osteoarthritis of spine

    3. Ankylosing hypersteosis

    4. Lumbar canal stenosis

    Answer: a

  6. Synovial fluid all are true except

    1. secreted by type A cells

    2. follows non Newtonian fluid kinetics

    3. Contains hyaluronic acid

    4. viscosity is variable

    Answer: a

  7. A lady presents with right knee swelling. Aspiration was done in which CPPD crystals were obtained Next best investigation is:

    1. ANA

    2. RF

    3. CPK

    4. TSH

    Answer: d

  8. Major mineral of the bone is

    1. Calcite

    2. Hydroxyapatite

    3. Calcium oxide

    4. Calcium carbonate

    Answer: b

  9. Which of the following is a pulsatile tumor?

    1. Osteosarcoma

    2. Chondrosarcoma

    3. Ewing's sarcoma

    4. Osteoclastoma

    Answer: d

  10. Disease with autosomal dominant inheritance is

    1. best's disease

    2. bassen-kornzwig disease

    3. gyrate atrophy

    4. Laurence-Moon-Biedle syndrome

    Answer: a