PG NEET Orthopaedics MCQS 37 – Nerve Injuries

  1. High stepping gait is seen in
    1. CTEV
    2. Common peroneal nerve palsy
    3. Polio
    4. Cerebpalsyasly
      1. Ans(2)
  2. A 35/F hypothyroid on treatment complaints of heaviness and tingling in the left index and middle finger the pain often increases in a night and she often has to get up which of the following is not a clinical test for this condition?
    1. Finkelstein test
    2. Phalen’s test
    3. Tinel’s sign
    4. Tourniquet test
      1. Ans(1)
  3. Road traffic accident a patient lying in right lateral position with a bruise on face elbow and lateral side of the knee. Which nerve injury has maximum chances in this position of the victim?
    1. Trigeminal nerve
    2. Ulnar nerve
    3. common peroneal nerve
    4. Tibial Nerve
      1. Ans(3)
  4. Meralgia Parasthetica involves:
    1. Axillary nerve
    2. Sural Nerve
    3. Median nerve
    4. the lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
      1. Ans(4)
  5. Injury to the common peroneal nerve at the lateral aspect of the head of fibula results in all of the following except:
    1. Weakness of ankle dorsiflexion
    2. Foot drop
    3. Loss of ankle reflex
    4. Sensory impairments on lateral aspect of leg extending to the following except
      1. Ans(3)
  6. Thoracic Outlet syndrome is best diagnosed by:
    1. CT scan
    2. MRI
    3. Digital subtraction angiography
    4. Clinical examination
      1. Ans(4)
  7. Common peroneal nerves are related to:
    1. Shaft to tibia
    2. Neck of fibula
    3. Lower tibiofibular joint
    4. Shaft of fibula
      1. Ans(2)
  8. Most common cause of tarsal tunnel syndrome:
    1. Osteoarthritis
    2. Ankylosing spondylitis
    3. Psoriatic arthritis
    4. Rheumatoid arthritis
      1. Ans(1)
  9. A 25 -yr old lady sustained a lacerated wound on the back of right thigh by a horn of a bull. the wound was sutured. Two months later she developed foot drop and an ulcer on the dorsum of the foot. The most likely diagnosis is:
    1. Chronic ischemia to limbs due to popliteal artery injury
    2. Partial injury to sciatic nerve
    3. Complete division of sciatic nerve
    4. Injury to hamstring muscles
      1. Ans(2)
  10. Which of the following does not predisposed to carpal tunnel syndrome?
    1. Hypertension
    2. hypothyroidism
    3. pregnancy
    4. Acromegaly
      1. Ans(1)
  11. Foot drop results because of injury to:
    1.  Superficial peroneal nerve
    2. Deep peroneal nerve
    3. posterior tibial nerve
    4. Anterior tibial nerve
      1. Ans(2)
  12. Entrapment neuropathies commonly affect the following nerves except:
    1. Tibial
    2. removal
    3. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    4. common digital nerve
      1. Ans(2)
  13. Tinels sign is seen in
    1. Avascular necrosis of scaphoid
    2. Kienbock’s disease
    3. 1st carpometacarpal joint arthritis
    4. Carpal tunnel syndrome
      1. Ans(4)
  14. Sudden hyperflexion of thigh over abdomen which of the following nerve is common?
    1. Common peroneal nerve
    2. Obturator nerve
    3. Lumbosacral trunk
    4. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
      1. Ans(4)
  15. Most common cause of carpal tunnel syndrome
    1. pregnancy
    2. Idiopathic
    3. Alcoholism
    4. occupational – excessive use of vibration instruments
      1. Ans(2)
  16. In a patient with a history of burning pain localized to the plantar aspect of the foot the differential diagnosis must include:
    1. Peripheral vascular disease
    2. Tarsal coalition
    3. Tarsal tunnel syndrome
    4. planter fibromatosis
      1. Ans(3)
  17. A person came with symptoms of tingling and burning sensation over his palm near the base of his thumb. he will also have which symptoms?
    1. Atrophy of hypothenar muscles
    2. Paresthesia over lateral 3 fingers
    3. Loss of adduction of thumb
    4. loss of opposition of thumb
      1. Ans(2)
  18. The commonest cause of neuralgic pain in the foot is:
    1. compression of communication between medial and lateral plantar nerve
    2. Exaggeration of longitudinal arches
    3. Injury to deltoid ligament
    4. Shortening of plantar aponeurosis
      1. Ans(1)
  19. Meralgia Paresthetica is due to the involvement of:
    1. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    2. Ilioinguinal nerve
    3. Genitofemoral nerve
    4. Saphenous nerve
      1. Ans(1)
  20. Test for thigh iliotibial band is:
    1. Ober’s test
    2. Osler’s test
    3. Simmonds test
    4. Charnley’s test
      1. Ans(1)
  21. Which of the following nerve is involved in “pronator teres syndrome”?
    1. Median nerve
    2. Ulnar nerve
    3. Radius Nerve
    4. Anterior interosseous nerve
      1. Ans(1)
  22. In 3 year child with polio paralysis tendon transfer operation is done at:
    1. 2 months after the diaease
    2. 2 years after the disease
    3. 6 – 12 months after the disease
    4. after skeleton maturation
      1. Ans(2)
  23. Investigation of choice for entrapment neuropathy is:
    1. CT scan
    2. Clinical examination
    3. Ultrasonography
    4. EMG NCV
      1. Ans(4)
  24. Causes of carpal tunnel syndrome are all except:
    1. DM
    2. RA
    3. Leprosy
    4. Gout
      1. Ans(3)
  25. meralgia paresthetica is due to the Anterior involvement of:
    1. Lateral thoracic nerve
    2. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    3. Anterior femoral nerve
    4. Gluteal Nerve
      1. Ans(2)
  26. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome test used is:
    1. Phalen’s test
    2. Finkelstein test
    3. Cozen’s test
    4. Thompson test
      1. Ans(1)
  27. Carpal tunnel syndrome all are present except:
    1. Ulnar nerve dysfunction
    2. Tinel’s sign
    3. Tibial nerve
    4. common peroneal nerve
      1. Ans(2)
  28. Carpal tunnel syndrome is due to compression
    1. Radial nerve
    2. Ulnar nerve
    3. Parmer branch of the ulnar nerve
    4. Median nerve
      1. Ans(4)
  29. Tarsal tunnel syndrome involves:
    1. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
    2. posterior tibial nerve
    3. common peroneal nerve
    4. sciatic nerve
      1. Ans(2)
  30. Compression neuropathy is:
    1. Nerve entrapped in closed space
    2. Muscle entrapped in closed space
    3. Vein entrapped in closed space
    4. Artery entrapped in closed space
      1. Ans(2)
  31. Guyon’s canal nerve is:
    1. Median nerve
    2. Ulnar nerve
    3. Radial nerve
    4. Musculocutaneous nerve
      1. Ans(1)
  32. Cheralgia paresthetica involves:
    1. ulnar nerve
    2. Median nerve
    3. Superficial radial nerve
    4. Musculocutaneous nerve
      1. Ans(3)
  33. The root value of the long thoracic nerve is:
    1. C3, 4, 5
    2. C4, 5, 6
    3. C5, 6,7
    4. C6, 7, T1
      1. Ans(3)
  34. The sciatic nerve palsy most common cause is:
    1. Fractures
    2. injections
    3. Idiopathic
    4. Lumbar plexus injury
      1. Ans(1)
  35. Winging of the scapula is due to palsy of:
    1. Long thoracic nerve
    2. Nerve to latissimus dorsi
    3. spinal accessory nerve
    4. the nerve to rhomboid
      1. Ans(1)
  36. A 45 – yr old man presents with weakness, pain, and fatigue in both lower limbs. Does he give history of both limb paralysis 20 years back? What is the most probable diagnosis?
    1. Polymyositis
    2. Muscular dystrophy
    3. Post-polio syndrome
    4. neuropathy
      1. Ans(3)

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