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1. In absence of Deltoid, trick abduction movement of shoulder joint is performed by:
a. Spurious contraction of pectoralis major
b. Deceptive action performed by the favorably placed muscles around shoulder joint.
c. Tenodesis action
d. Serratus anterior and Trapezius

2. Nerve root value of hip abductors and extensors is:
a. L3, 4
b. S2, S3
c. L4,5, S1
d. T12, L1, 2

3. Co-ordination is space, rhythm and approach is disturbed in the lesion of:
a. Pyramidal tract
b. Cerebellum
c. Mid brain
d. Spinal Cord

4. Clawing of the hand results due to the paralysis of
a. Flexor digitorum sublimis and profundus
b. Thenar and hypothenar group of muscles
c. Extensor groups of muscles
d. Intrinsic group of muscles

5. Which of the following are indicative of posterior column disturbances?
a. Ataxia, ataxic gait, ramberg sign, and athtosis
b. Ataxia, athetosis, asthenia and dystonia
c. Dystonia, dysmetria, dys synergia and dysdiadochokinosia
d. Ataxia and Romberg sign

6. Which one of the following, a person must have innervated for active triceps
a. C5
b. C6
c. C7
d. C8

7. If a patient has a diagnosis of C5 quadriplegia which of the following group of muscles would he have active use of?
a. Pectoralis major, biceps and deltoids
b. Biceps, supinator and deltoids
c. Serratus anterior, latissimus dorsi and wrist extensors
d. Bicep, deltoids and serratus anterior

8. Strengthening excercises during the acute inflammatory stage of the arthritic joint should be
a. Encouraged
b. Reduced
c. Avoided
d. The same as in the sub acute and chronic stages

9. Approximately after how many weeks, generally, the ptient is allowed to resume normal activities following tendon repair
a. 8 weeks
b. 10 weeks
c. 12 weeks
d. 16 weeks

10. The short head of the Biceps Brachii has a common origin with the
a. Long head of biceps brachii
b. Coraco brachialis
c. Brachialis
d. Long head of triceps brachii

11. A child is said to be severely mentally retarded when IQ is in the range of
a. 35-49
b. Below 20
c. 20-34
d. 50-70

12. The voluntary opening terminal device of an upper extremity Prosthesis is activated by
a. Humeral extension
b. Shoulder gridle protraction
c. Humeral Flexion
d. Scapular adduction

13. The best splint to correct claw hand is Median and ulnar palsy is the
a. Cock-up
b. Spring wire suspension
c. Knuckle bender
d. Pan cake

14. A patient with a complete musculocutaneous nerve injury would have no function of the
a. Triceps brachii muscle
b. Pronator teres muscle
c. Biceps brachii muscle
d. Deltoid muscle

15. The MAIN purpose of passive range of motion exercises is to:
a. Strengthen muscles
b. Prevent contractures
c. Increase coordination
d. Provide proprioceptive input

16. Contraction of the diaphragm
a. Draws the central tendon of the diaphragm downwards
b. Increases the volume and increases the pressure within the thoracic cavity
c. Decreases the volume and decreases the pressure within the abdominal cavity
d. All of the above

17. The phalen’s test:
a. A test designed to determine the presence of laternal epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
b. A test designed to determine the presence of peripheral neuropathy
c. A test designed to determine the presence of an impingement syndrome
d. A test designed to determine cvarpal tunnel syndrome

18. Which of the following best describes an action potential
a. A brief regenerative electrical potential that propogates along a single axon or muscle fibre
b. It is an all-or-none phenoemenon
c. Whenever the stimulus is at or above threshold, the action potential generated has a constant size and configuration
d. All of the above

19. Cycles of gradual increase in rate and depth of respiration with apenic pauses between cycles, describes which of the following
a. Tachypnea
b. Orthopnea
c. Bradpynea
d. Cheyne-Stokes respiration

20. The Barthel’s Index is used to measure one of the following
a. Muscle strength
b. Sensory-motor abilities
c. Functional abilities
d. All of the above

21. During crutch walking using a four point gait, which of the following statements is true?
a. One crutch is advanced followed by the advancement of the opposite lower extremity
b. Only one leg or crutch is off the floor at a time, leaving three points for support
c. This is a stable and safe gait and is thus useful in patients who are able to move their lower extremities alternately but who have poor balance or are not able to bear full weight bilaterally without the support of crutches
d. All of the above

22. The wavelength range of Short Wave Diathermy is
a. 300 X 109 to 30 X 109
b. 1 X 109 to 1.5 X 109
c. 30 X 109 to 3 X 109
d. All of the above

23. The performance of which of the following muscles is affected by forearm position
a. Brachialis
b. Biceps Brachii
c. Brachioradialis
d. Only B & C

24. Which of the following statements describes diastasis of rectus abdominis
a. Widening of the linea alba
b. Condition associated with pregnancy
c. The presence can be palpated as a hollow between the superficial rectus abdominus muscle
d. All of the above

25. The gate control theory explains
a. Theory of pain
b. Theory of spasm
c. Theory of stiffness
d. Theory of flexibility

As you want to get the MPT entrance exam previous year question papers so here is the information of the same for you:
1. Coughing is usually considered a reflex controlled primarily by afferent stimulation of the
a. Trigeminal Nerve
b. Vagus Nerve
c. Phrenic Nerve
d. Glossopharyngeal Nerve

2. PEEP in chest care physiotherapy stands for
a. Peak Expiratory Exercise Programmes
b. Positive End Expiratory Pressure
c. Positive Endurance exercise for Pulmonary Performance
d. Peak Eletromyography and Electrocardiography of Pulmonary Performance

3. While treating patient in ward for chest care through coughing it should be ensured that
a. Sputum is not expectorated
b. The patient is in supine lying position
c. The diaphragmatic breathing not used
d. The bronchospasm is not induced

4. To determine the real leg length measurement is taken from
a. A.S.I.S to lateral malleolus on the same side
b. A.S.I.S to the great toe on the same side
c. A.S.I.S to the heel on the same side
d. A.S.I.S to the Medial malleolus of the leg

5. Ober test is used to test contracture of the
a. Rectus femoris
b. Glutens Medius
c. Piriformis
d. Illio-Tibia band

6. A 15 year old boy has pain over the Tibial Tubercle and clinically very prominent. The pain has been for four months and no history of injury and systemic illness. He most probably has
a. Osgood Schlatter’s disease
b. Rupture of Quadriceps Tendon
c. Fracture of Tibial Tubercle
d. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Instability

7. The Carpal tunnel located on the volar aspect of the wrist contains
a. Nine tendons and mediah nerve
b. Eleven tendons and ulnar nerve
c. Eight tendons and radial nerve
d. Seven tendons and median nerve

8. In electrocardiogram ‘QRS’ Complex represents
a. Atrial depolarization
b. Atrial jrepolarization and closure of semilunar valves
c. Venticular repolarization and opening of semilunar valves
d. Ventricular depolarization and it precedes ventricular systole

9. Conduction of nerve impulses is faster in Myelinated nerves because of
a. Uninterrupted flow of impulse
b. Salutatory conduction
c. Circular current flow
d. Quick reversal of current flow

10. The speed of conduction of impulse is a nerve fiber depends upon
a. The diameter
b. The strength of current
c. The muscle it supplies
d. Absence of myelin sheath

11. The elife of a Red Blood Cell is
a. 12 weeks
b. 12 days
c. 60 days
d. 120 days

12. Due to Paralysis or marked weakness of right side Zgluteus Meius the positive Trendelenburg sign results into
a. Dropping of Pelvis on the opposite side i.e. left side
b. Dropping of Pelvis on the same side i.e. right side
c. Flexion of Hip & Knee joint on the same side i.e. right side
d. Plantar flexion of right ankle to increase the length of right lower limb

13. The shortness of Tensor fasciae latae muscle causes
a. Adduction of the Hip
b. Extension of the Hip
c. Knocking (Genu Valgum) of the knee
d. Plantar flexion of the ankle

14. Thrombo angitis obliterans is also known
a. Trendelenburg’s disease
b. Thomas and Andy’s disease
c. Buerger’s disease
d. Philip’s disease

15. In Pseudo Gout the features include
a. Involvement of smaller joints and uric acid crystals
b. Involvement of large joints and calcium pyrophosphate crystals
c. Involvement of large joints and hyperuricemia
d. Involvement of large joints uric acid crystals

16. The mallet finger results from injury to
a. Abductor digiti minimi
b. Exgtensor carpi radialis longus
c. Extensor carpi ulnaris
d. Extensor tendon of the termincal phalanx of finger

17. Gower’s sign is seen in
a. Herpes Zoster
b. Sciatic Nerve Palsy
c. Duchemne muscular dystrophy
d. Marfan’s syndrome

18. Erb’s palsy is due to injury of
a. Head involving pre-central motor area
b. Pelvis involving Lumbo sacral plexus
c. Thorax involving Diaphragm
d. Upper roots of Brachial plexus involving C 5,6

19. The normal angle between vertical lines of Fermur and Tibia is
a. 7 Degrees
b. 12 Degrees
c. 1.5 Degrees
d. 0.5 Degrees

20. As per the WHO’s ICIDH classification, an impairment means
a. Pathological process due to microbes attacking a human body
b. Inability to perform activities of daily living with physiological dysfunction
c. Disabled, ambulatory on wheel chair with psychological impairment
d. Any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function

21. The head of femur receives its blood supply from
a. Medial and lateral femoral artery
b. Medial and lateral circumflex artery
c. Medial and lateral iliac artery
d. Medial and lateral gluteal artery

22. Piriformis syndrome involves
a. Gluteal nerve
b. Femoral nerve
c. Sciatic nerve
d. Obturator nerve

23. The thermal conductivity in the following tissues is higher
a. Muscles
b. Skin
c. Ligaments
d. Fat

24. To reduce spasticity the following modality is more suitable
a. Cryotherapy
b. Ultrasonic
c. T.E.N.S
d. Hot packs


25. In normal erect posture the Lumbo sacral angle is about
a. 5 Degree
b. 2.5 Degree
c. 45 Degree
d. 30 Degree

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As you want to get the MPT entrance exam previous year question papers so here is the information of the same for you:
1. Coughing is usually considered a reflex controlled primarily by afferent stimulation of the
a. Trigeminal Nerve
b. Vagus Nerve
c. Phrenic Nerve
d. Glossopharyngeal Nerve

2. PEEP in chest care physiotherapy stands for
a. Peak Expiratory Exercise Programmes
b. Positive End Expiratory Pressure
c. Positive Endurance exercise for Pulmonary Performance
d. Peak Eletromyography and Electrocardiography of Pulmonary Performance

3. While treating patient in ward for chest care through coughing it should be ensured that
a. Sputum is not expectorated
b. The patient is in supine lying position
c. The diaphragmatic breathing not used
d. The bronchospasm is not induced

4. To determine the real leg length measurement is taken from
a. A.S.I.S to lateral malleolus on the same side
b. A.S.I.S to the great toe on the same side
c. A.S.I.S to the heel on the same side
d. A.S.I.S to the Medial malleolus of the leg

5. Ober test is used to test contracture of the
a. Rectus femoris
b. Glutens Medius
c. Piriformis
d. Illio-Tibia band

6. A 15 year old boy has pain over the Tibial Tubercle and clinically very prominent. The pain has been for four months and no history of injury and systemic illness. He most probably has
a. Osgood Schlatter’s disease
b. Rupture of Quadriceps Tendon
c. Fracture of Tibial Tubercle
d. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Instability

7. The Carpal tunnel located on the volar aspect of the wrist contains
a. Nine tendons and mediah nerve
b. Eleven tendons and ulnar nerve
c. Eight tendons and radial nerve
d. Seven tendons and median nerve

8. In electrocardiogram ‘QRS’ Complex represents
a. Atrial depolarization
b. Atrial jrepolarization and closure of semilunar valves
c. Venticular repolarization and opening of semilunar valves
d. Ventricular depolarization and it precedes ventricular systole

9. Conduction of nerve impulses is faster in Myelinated nerves because of
a. Uninterrupted flow of impulse
b. Salutatory conduction
c. Circular current flow
d. Quick reversal of current flow

10. The speed of conduction of impulse is a nerve fiber depends upon
a. The diameter
b. The strength of current
c. The muscle it supplies
d. Absence of myelin sheath

11. The elife of a Red Blood Cell is
a. 12 weeks
b. 12 days
c. 60 days
d. 120 days

12. Due to Paralysis or marked weakness of right side Zgluteus Meius the positive Trendelenburg sign results into
a. Dropping of Pelvis on the opposite side i.e. left side
b. Dropping of Pelvis on the same side i.e. right side
c. Flexion of Hip & Knee joint on the same side i.e. right side
d. Plantar flexion of right ankle to increase the length of right lower limb

13. The shortness of Tensor fasciae latae muscle causes
a. Adduction of the Hip
b. Extension of the Hip
c. Knocking (Genu Valgum) of the knee
d. Plantar flexion of the ankle

14. Thrombo angitis obliterans is also known
a. Trendelenburg’s disease
b. Thomas and Andy’s disease
c. Buerger’s disease
d. Philip’s disease

15. In Pseudo Gout the features include
a. Involvement of smaller joints and uric acid crystals
b. Involvement of large joints and calcium pyrophosphate crystals
c. Involvement of large joints and hyperuricemia
d. Involvement of large joints uric acid crystals

16. The mallet finger results from injury to
a. Abductor digiti minimi
b. Exgtensor carpi radialis longus
c. Extensor carpi ulnaris
d. Extensor tendon of the termincal phalanx of finger

17. Gower’s sign is seen in
a. Herpes Zoster
b. Sciatic Nerve Palsy
c. Duchemne muscular dystrophy
d. Marfan’s syndrome

18. Erb’s palsy is due to injury of
a. Head involving pre-central motor area
b. Pelvis involving Lumbo sacral plexus
c. Thorax involving Diaphragm
d. Upper roots of Brachial plexus involving C 5,6

19. The normal angle between vertical lines of Fermur and Tibia is
a. 7 Degrees
b. 12 Degrees
c. 1.5 Degrees
d. 0.5 Degrees

20. As per the WHO’s ICIDH classification, an impairment means
a. Pathological process due to microbes attacking a human body
b. Inability to perform activities of daily living with physiological dysfunction
c. Disabled, ambulatory on wheel chair with psychological impairment
d. Any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function

21. The head of femur receives its blood supply from
a. Medial and lateral femoral artery
b. Medial and lateral circumflex artery
c. Medial and lateral iliac artery
d. Medial and lateral gluteal artery

22. Piriformis syndrome involves
a. Gluteal nerve
b. Femoral nerve
c. Sciatic nerve
d. Obturator nerve

23. The thermal conductivity in the following tissues is higher
a. Muscles
b. Skin
c. Ligaments
d. Fat

24. To reduce spasticity the following modality is more suitable
a. Cryotherapy
b. Ultrasonic
c. T.E.N.S
d. Hot packs


25. In normal erect posture the Lumbo sacral angle is about
a. 5 Degree
b. 2.5 Degree
c. 45 Degree
d. 30 Degree


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And if u hve any more question papers plz send it will be of lot help
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