Arthritis

MCQ.Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Question with Answer P.2

1.What type of therapy should be used with the acute stage of RA? A) Active ROM B) isometrics C) passive ROM D) joint mobilizations Ans: Passive ROM 2.What type of therapy should be used in[...]

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Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

MCQ.Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Question with Answer P.1

1.Which of the following structures in RA has a chronic inflammatory reaction? A) Articular cartilage B) synovial tissues C) capsule D)subchondral Ans: B) Synovial tissues 2.Osteoarthritis is a degeneration of what type of cartilage? Ans:[...]

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shoulder mcq

MCQ.Shoulder & Rotator cuff Question with Answer P.1

1.What is the action of Supraspinatus A.Abduction of arm B.Adduction of arm C.Lateral rotation of the arm D.Medial rotation of the arm 2.Which two rotator cuff muscles laterally rotate the arm at the shoulder? A.Infraspinatus[...]

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Pharyngeal plexus

Pharyngeal plexus

The nerve supply to the pharynx (motor and most of sensory) derives from the pharyngeal plexus of nerves.

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Adductor Magnus muscle

MCQ.Question’s -lower limb with answer P.2

  1.It is the largest and longest bone in the body. A. Hip bone B. Femur C. Vertebra D. Tibia 2. It is the union of three bones A. Sternum B. Femur C. Hip bone[...]

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MCQ.Question's -lower limb

MCQ.Question’s -lower limb with answer P.1

1.It contains peripheral heart A.Gastrocnemius B.Soleus C.Sartorius D.Plantaris 2.The tennis players are more prone to the fracture of A.Tendo calcaneus B.Superior peroneal retinaculum C.Plantaris tendon D.Plantar aponeurosis 3.The subsartorial (adductor canal) is located in? A.Upper[...]

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flexor poloicis longus

Flexor Pollicis Brevis:Origin, Insertion, Action & Nerve Supply

The flexor pollicis brevis is a muscle in the hand. It is one of three thenar muscles. It has both a superficial part and a deep part.    

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abdominal-muscles

External Abdominal Oblique: Origin, Insertion, Action & Nerve Supply

External Abdominal Oblique Muscle: The external abdominal oblique is the biggest and significant superficial of the four muscles and occupies on the sides and front of the abdomen. It is thick and thin with its[...]

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abdominal-muscles

Abdominal Muscles: Origin, Insertion, Action & Nerve Supply

The abdominal muscles of the external abdominal obliques, internal abdominal obliques, rectus abdominis and the transversus abdominis form the anterior and lateral abdominal wall. Working together these muscles form a firm wall that protects the[...]

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flexor poloicis longus

Adductor Pollicis:Origin, Insertion, Action & Nerve Supply

The adductor pollicis is a muscle in the hand that has two heads: transverse and oblique & functions to adduct the thumb.  

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