June 2013

June 2013

Paper I

A

  1. Reperfusion Injury, Prevention & Management
  2. Bone healing & factors influencing it.
  3. Posterior Dislocation of Hip- Clinical presentation, methods of reduction & complications.
  4. a. Plaster of Paris
    b. Bone Cement
    c. Torus Fracture
  5. Non-Ossifying Fibroma: Clinical features, radiology & treatment

B

  1. Classification of Nerve Injuries & their prognosis
  2. Differentiating features between Osteonecrosis & Transient migratory osteoporosis.
  3. Design of Pelvic C-clamp, indication of its application & method of fixation of an unstable fracture
  4. Tuberculoma,
    Primary drugs for treatment of tuberculosis of spine & complication of Isoniazid, Streptomycin & Ethambutol.
  1. a. Vitamin D resistant rickets
    b. Cast syndrome

Paper II

A

  1. Kienbock’s disease- etiology, diagnosis & management
  2. Acute Osteomyelitis- Clinical features, Investigations & management.
  3. CTEV-pathoanatomy
  4. Dupuytren’s fracture dislocation & its management
  5. a. Mallet Finger
    b. Blood supply of scaphoid bone

B

  1. Epiphyseal Injury & its classification, management of S-H type IV epiphyseal injury
  2. a. Discoid meniscus
    b. Congenital muscular torticolis
  3. Principle of application of Milwaukee Brace; Idiopathic Kyphoscoliosis- clinical features & indications of surgical Intervention
  4. Jaipur foot; Absolute & relative indications of amputation.
  5. Sudeck’s atrophy- etiology, clinical features & treatment.

 

Paper III

A

  1. Portals of Arthroscopy of knee joint; Various arthroscopies, their accessories & indications of arthroscopy of knee joint
  2. Classification of pelvic fractures, various radiological views for assessing pelvic injuries & management of rotationally unstable pelvic injuries
  3. Ilizarov fixator & corticotomy; management of a case of defect non-union.
  4. a. Myositis ossificans
    b. Habitual dislocation of patella.
  5. VAC; management of a case of compound fracture tibia with no neurovascular deficit.

B

  1. Damage control orthopaedics: Management of a case of fracture shaft of femur with lung contusions in an adult.
  2. a. Gram negative septicemia
    b. LCP
  1. Osteoporosis- Dfn, various radiological investigations in a pt with osteoporosis; management of a case of fracture D12 in an adult.
  2. Osteogenesis imperfecta- clinical features, types; differentiate it from Battered Baby syndrome
  3. Diagram(s) of Brachial plexus; clinically differentiate preganglionic from post ganglionic lesions.

 

Paper IV

A

  1. Describe the blood supply of femoral head. How does it differ in children & adults?
  2. Describe the anatomy of Tibialis posterior tendon. What is posterior Tibial tendon dysfunction? Describe the management of such cases.
  3. Describe the anatomy of parathyroid gland. Describe clinical features & radiological presentation of adenoma of parathyroid. What is hungry bone syndrome?
  4. Discuss the Etiopathogenesis, clinical features & management of alkaptonuria.
  5. What are the indications of excision of head of radius? Describe the postero-lateral approach.

B

  1. Write short notes on:
    a. BMP
    b. Allografts
  2. Describe the anatomy of central & lateral canals in the lumbar spine in relation to lumbar canal stenosis. How will you clinically differentiate central from lateral lumbar canal stenosis. Briefly describe the management.
  3. Describe the gross physical features of synovial fluid. Discuss the characteristics features in various pathological conditions vis a vis microscopic & biochemical analysis.
  4. Describe the mechanism of bacterial colonization & perpetuation in osteomyelitis after orthopaedic implant surgery. How is the situation different in tubercular infection of musculoskeletal system?
  5. Write short notes on:
    a. Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis.
    b. Combined angle of anteversion during total hip arthroplasty.