June 2005

Paper I

Part A
1. Draw a flow chart of disaster planning at state level. What is the concept of triage?
2. Pathology , clinical features and management of diabetic foot.
3. Nosocomial infection on orthopaedics – common organism and preventive measures.
4. Post operative DVT – Prevention, clinical features and treatment.
5. Post Menopausal Osteoporosis – Prevention and management.

Part B
1. Crystal Synovitis.
2. Incoporation of Bone Grafts. How does it differ for cancellous and cortical grafts?
3. Preparation and precautions required to operate HIV positive patients.
4. Chemotherapy for osteosarcoma.
5. How does a neurological claudication differ from vascular claudication? Enumerate the etiology of the two.

Paper II

Part A
1. Clinical features and management of slipped capital femoral epiphysis.
2. Ewing’s Sarcoma
3. Pollicisation – Indications and prerequisites
4. What are parts of a shoe? Describe the modifications of a CTEV shoe.
5. What is modified Jone’s transfer for a high radial nerve palsy? How does it differ from original transfer?

Part B
1. Pylon prosthesis – Indications, prerequisites and advantages.
2. Botulin in cerebral palsy patients.
3. PTB prosthesis – Indications and principles.
4. Radial club hand.
5. Salter osteotomy for DDH.

Paper III
1. Describe the biology of fracture healing and the influence of intra medullary rods and plates in healing. Discuss the role of various modalities in stimulation of osteogenesis (25 marks).
2. Describe in brief on the following (15 marks) each...
i.Treatment of odontoid fracture in adults.
ii.Enumerate the complications of femoral neck fractures in children and discuss the management in any one of the complications.
iii.Classification and treatment of acromioclavicular dislocation.
iv.Stress, Strain, Modulus of elasticity and strength in relation to metallic implants.
v.Rotator cuff injury in sportsmen.

Paper IV

Part A
1. Trendelenberg test with its anatomical basis and clinical applications
2. Madura foot.
3. Synovial fluid and its analysis in various arthritis
4. Blood supply of head of femur and its clinical significance.
5. Morbid Anatomy , radiological and laboratory features of Multiple Myeloma

Part B
1. Thompsons approach of radius with applied Anatomy .
2. Paralytic Bladder.
3. Methotrexae as a DMARD.
4. Therapeutic ultrasound.
5. Prophylaxis in thrombo-embolic disease.