June 2006

Paper I
1. Discuss the Pathology of osteoarthritis of knee with special reference to the role of ACL rupture in the pathogenesis of osteoarthritis knee.
2. Briefly describe the clinical features, types and management of osteoid osteoma.
3. Describe in detail the synovial fluid analysis. How do you differentiate various types of arthritides based on the analysis?
4. Video Assisted Thoracoscopy
5. Osteochondritis Dessicans
6. Transient Migratory Osteoporosis of the hips
7. Describe various types of skin grafts. Discuss the stages of biological incorporation of skin grafts.
8. Discuss the pathogenesis of neurospinal claudication.
9. Automatic Dysreflexia.
10.Control of air quality in a modern orthopaedic operation theatre.

Paper II
1. Anterior Interosseous Nerve syndrome – Aetiology, clinical features, differential diagnosis and management.
2. Dwyer’s osteotomy for CTEV – Indications, steps and complications.
3. Sprengel’s Deformity. Etio pathogenesis, clinical features and management.
4. Coxa Plana – Clinical, Radiological features, Differential diagnosis and principles of treatment.
5. Boutannaire deformity – etiology, pathomechanics and management.
6. Ultrasonic Therapy – Physiological effects, clinical applications and contraindications.
7. Quadriceps Paralysis Gait – pathomechanics, compensation employed and corrective measures.
8. Suction Socket Prosthesis – principles, indications and advantages over conventional prosthesis and main points in its construction.
9. Bowing of Tibia in children – Causes, types and management of Congenital Bowing
10.Equinus Deformity in cerebral palsy – Etiopathogenesis, evaluation and treatment.

Paper III
1. Fracture Talus.
2. Bennet’s Fracture dislocation
3. Hangman’s Fracture.
4. Motor March
5. Principles of Tendon Transfer.
6. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury.
7. Acromio clavicular Disruption
8. Lateral Condyle fracture of Humerus
9. Perilunar Dislocation.
10.Fracture Disease.

Paper IV
1. Etiopathogenesis, Pathology and management of DIC.
2. Congenital postural deformities associated with in-utero position.
3. Raloxifene.
4. Biomechanics of Knee in relation to total knee replacement.
5. Structure and Biochemistry of articular cartilage.
6. Bryant’s Traction.
7. Biochemical markers of Bone formation and resorption.
8. Describe pathological Anatomy and radiology in CTEV.
9. Stewart and Harnaley ankle arthrodesis.
10.Enumerate various deformities of foot and ankle seen in Post Polio Residual Paralysis (PPRP). Describe in detail the management of Talipes Calcaneus