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Orthopaedic (MCQs) MPT and AIIMS Exam Preparation MCQs on Developmental Disorders of Bone #1

Orthopaedic (MCQs) MPT and AIIMS Exam Preparation MCQs Developmental Disorders of Bone with answer

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Q➤➤ . Marble bone disease is
options: (a) Osteitis fragilis (b) Osteopetrosis (c) Osteosarcoma (d) Paget’s disease
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Which of the following is a diagnostic test for Acute Haematogenous Osteomyelitis?
options: (a) Plain X-Ray (b) Blood culture (c) CT scan (d) Clinical examination
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . In which of the following condition bilateral symmetrical fractures occur?
options: (a) Rickets (b) Osteopetrosis (c) Osteogenesis imperfecta (d) Fluorosis
answer:3

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Q➤➤ . Which one of the following bone is more susceptible for direct invasion of organisms causing Osteomyelitis?
options: (a) Femur (b) tibia (c) ulna (d) humerus
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Osteogenesis imperfecta is due to
options: (a) Defective mineralization of bone (a) Fracture mobilization of calcium from bone (c) Abnormal collagen defect (d) Excessive Osteoid formation
answer:3

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Q➤➤ .The most common site for acute osteomyelitis in infants is
options: (a) Radial (b) Femur (c) Hip joint (d) Tibia
answer:4

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Q➤➤ . A short statured patient brought to Orthopaedics OPD with a X ray showing flattened vertebra with beak. The probable diagnosis is
options: (a) Achondroplasia (b) Ochronosis (c) Eosinophilic granuloma (d) Calves disease
answer:1

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Q➤➤ . Albers-Schonberg disease is
options: (a) Osteopetrosis (b) Osteoporosis (c) Osteomalacia (d) Osteitis deformans
answer:1

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Q➤➤ . Not true about Osteogenesis imperfecta
options:(a) Impaired healing of fracture (b) Deafness (c) Laxity of joints (d) Fragile fracture
answer:1

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Q➤➤ . Mode of inheritance for Achondroplasia is
options: (a) Autosomal dominant (6) Autosomal recessive (c) X-linked dominant (d) X-linked recessive
answer:1

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Q➤➤ . Congenital pseudo arthrosis is seen in the following
options: (a) Hip joint (b) Femur (c) Radius – ulna (d) Tibia-fibula
answer:4

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Q➤➤ . In X ray, a dead bone looks as
options: (a) Radiolucent (b) Radio-opaque (c) Highly radio-opaque (d) Non visualized
answer:2

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Q➤➤ .Diaphyseal achalasia is related
options:(a) Multiple hereditary exostosis to (b) Aneurysmal bone cysts (C) Multiple Neurofibromatosis (d) Multiple enchondromatosis
answer:1

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Q➤➤. Osteogenesis imperfecta is due to
options: (a) Excessive Osteoblastic activity (b) Defective Osteoid formation (c) Defective osteoclast function (d) Defective mineralisation of
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Trident hand is seen in
options:(a) Mucopolysaccharidosis (b) Cleido-cranial dysostosis (b) Tibia (c) Ulna (d) Humerus
answer:4

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Q➤➤ . Following are true about Osteogenesis imperfecta
options: (a) Usually green stick fracture except (b) Generally do not unite without T/ (c) Fracture frequency decreases during puberty (d) Fracture seen intrauterine life and during parturition.
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Albert Schonberg disease is
options: (a) Osteopetrosis (b) Osteitis punctate (c) Osteoporosis (d) Osteodystrophy
answer:1

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Q➤➤ .Osteogenesis imperfecta is defect in
options:(a) Bone (b) Calcification (c) Cartilage (d) Collagen
answer:1

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Q➤➤ . Not true about Osteogenesis imperfecta is
options: (a) Deafness (b) Fractures (c) Cataract (d) Blue Sclera
answer:3

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Q➤➤ . All are seen in osteogenesis imperfecta except
options: (a) Blue sclera (b) Bilateral Hip dislocation (C) Lax ligament (d) Osteoporosis
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Pseudoarthrosis is seen in all of the following except
options: (a) Idiopathic (b) Fracture (c) Osteomyelitis (d) Neurofibromatosis
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . A female with chromosomal defect, cubitus valgus, and short neck, is most likely to have
options: (a) Turner’s syndrome (b) Klinefelter’s syndrome (c) Marfan’s syndrome (d) Sturge Weber’s syndrome
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Brittle bones disease is
options: (a) Osteoporosis (b) Osteopetrosis (c) Osteogenesis imperfecta (d) Osteomalacia
answer:2

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Q➤➤ . Osteogenesis imperfecta
options: (a) Autosomal Dominant (AD) (b) Autosomal Recessive (AR) (c) Both AD and AR (d) Sex linked dominant None of the above. PGI:1990
answer:3

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Q➤➤ . Multiple bone fractures are seen in
options: (a) Rickets (b) Osteomalacia (c) Scurvy (d) Osteogenesis imperfecta
answer:4

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Q➤➤ . All are true of Achondroplasia except
options: (a) Autosomal dominant (b) Shortening of limbs is present (c) Usually due to gene mutation (d) Mental retardation.
answer:3

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Q➤➤ . Jaw tumour is seen in
options: (a) Osteoporosis (b) Osteomalacia (c) Osteopetrosis (d) Caffey’s disease
answer:4
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