DAMS ‪#‎ERRATA‬# RADIOLOGY ORTHO SWS


DAMS ‪#‎ERRATA‬# RADIOLOGY ORTHO SWS
Q-1 Treatment of displaced fracture neck of femur in a child :
a. Bryant’s traction
b. Dynamic hip screw
c. Hemiarthroplasty
d. Austin Moore
Ans-1: (b) Dynamic hip screw
Q-13. A posteriorly displaced supracondylar fracture of the humerus may result in injury to which nerve?
a. Radial
b. Median
c. Axillary
d. Ulnar
Ans 13:(b) Median
Q-17 An 11-year-old girl presents to your office because of a family history of medullary carcinoma of the thyroid. Physical examination is normal. Which of the following tests would you perform?
a. Urine vanillylmandelic acid (VMA) level
b. Serum insulin level
c. Serum gastrin level
d. Serum glucagon level
Ans 17: (a) Urine vanillylmandelic acid (VMA) level
Q-24 About fracture healing, all are true, except :
a. Lower limb long bones heal faster than other bones
b. Fracture in children heal faster than in adults
c. Oblique and spiral fractures heal faster than transverse fractures
d. Infection is the most common cause of delayed fracture union.
Ans-24: (a) Lower limb long bones heal faster than other bones/d Infection is the most common cause of delayed fracture
Q-30 Sequential monoarthritis in several joints is suggestive of
a. Lyme disease
b. Nongonococcal septic arthritis
c. Gonococcal arthritis
d. Spontaneous osteonecrosis
Ans 30:(a) Lyme disease
Q-58 Following RTA a patient presents with flexion and external rotation deformity of the left hip.Shortening of affected limb by 7 cm was also seen. A mass was noted in the left gluteal region which was moving with the movements of the femur. Most likely Xray finding would be-
a. Pepkin’s Type IV dislocation of hip
b. Dislocated hip with lesser trochanter in full profile
c. Posterior dislocation of the hip with neck in full profile
d. Acetabular roof fracture with central dislocation
Ans-58: (b) Dislocated hip with lesser trochanter in full profile
Q-64 The abnormal deposition of calcium pyrophosphate dehydrate crystals (CPPD) would not cause :
a. Pseudogout
b. Chondrocalcinosis
c. Apical plate excrescences
d. Pseudoankylosing spondylitis
Ans-64: (a) Pseudogout
• Although surgical revision of the scar is often considered, it is not very successful when the scar cannot be stretched out and there is significant nerve entrapment.
Q-80 Most common cause of genu valgum is
a. Trauma
b. Rickets
c. Polio
d. Scurvy
Ans 80: (b) Rickets
Q-94 Open reduction in children is done for :-
a. Lateral condyle of humerus fracture
b. Medial epicondyle of humerus fracture
c. Fore arm bones fracture
d. Pulled elbow
Ans-94: (a) Lateral condyle of humerus fracture
Q-119 What dose of radiation therapy is recommended for pain relief in bone metastases :-
a. 8 Gy in one fraction
b. 20 Gy in 5 fractions
c. 30 Gy in 10 fractions
d. Above 70 Gy
Ans-119: (a) 8 Gy in one fraction
Q-148 An obese patient develops acute edematous lower limb following a pelvic surgery. Deep vein thrombosis is suspected. The most useful investigation in this case would be
a. Doppler imaging
b. Fibrinogen uptake
c. Venography
d. Plethysmography
Ans-148: (a) Doppler imaging
BONUS Q-199 Ankle Brachial pressure index value suggestive of critical ischemia is
a. 1
b. 0.9
c. 0.5
d. 0.3
Ans 199: (b) 0.9


Q-119 What dose of radiation therapy is recommended for pain relief in bone metastases :-
a. 8 Gy in one fraction
b. 20 Gy in 5 fractions
c. 30 Gy in 10 fractions
d. Above 70 Gy
Ans-119: (a) 8 Gy in one fraction
Q-148 An obese patient develops acute edematous lower limb following a pelvic surgery. Deep vein thrombosis is suspected. The most useful investigation in this case would be
a. Doppler imaging
b. Fibrinogen uptake
c. Venography
d. Plethysmography
Ans-148: (a) Doppler imaging

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