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1.            Erb’s palsy affects

a.            Lumbar plexus

b.            Sacral plexus                                                                   

c.            Brachial plexus

d.            Cranial nerves.

2.            Pain sensation is carried by

a.            Medial spinothalamic tract

b.            Lateral spinothalamic tract                                         

c.            Posterior column

d.            Anterior column

3.            Proprioceptive sensation ascend in spinal cord through

a.            Posterior column

b.            Lateral column                                                

c.            Anterior column

d.            Antero lateral column

4.            Boca’s area of brain is for

a.            Speech

b.            Hearing                                                                            

c.            Locomotion

d.            Vision

5.            Bell’s palsy occurs when the injury is 

a.            Above pons

b.            Below pons                                                                     

c.            At zygo mastoid foramen

d.            None of the above

6.            Dorsal spino-cerebellar tract relays afferent information from muscle spindles from which part of body?

a. Upper region

b.            Lower region                                                                   

c.            Trunk 

d.            None of the above.

7.            Which lesion of motor cortex has poorest prognosis

a.            Primary cortex

b.            Pre motor cortex                                                                          

c.            Internal capsule

d.            Supplementary motor cortex.

8.            Primary motor cotex area 4 lesion causes paralysis of 

a.            Contralateral spastic paralysis Upper limb              

b.            Ipsilateral spastic paralysis Lower limb

c.            Contralateral upper limb, upper limb, face.

d.            None of the above 

9.            Premotor area (area 6) lesion result in

a.            Slowing of movement                                   

b.            Hypertonia

c.            Inability to develop appropriate movement

d.            a & c

10.         Appreciation of localization of light touch is lost when there is injury of

a.            Thalamus

b.            Brainstem                                                                        

b.            Sensory cortex

c.            Peripheral nerve

11.         Supplemental motor area lesion will result in

a.            Motor apraxia in the absence of motor or sensory impairment     

b.            Spastic paralysis contralateral

c.            Flaccid paralysis of ipsilateral

d.            In co-ordination

12.         Decusation of cortico-spinal  tract occur at 

a.            Spinal cord                                                                      

b.            Junction of medulla and spinal cord

c.            Above medulla

d.            Pons

13.         Dopamine is synthesized by

a.            Globus pallidum                                                                            

b.            Substantia nigra

c.            Subthalmaic nucleus

d.            Putamen

14.         Paleocerebellum chiefly concerned with

a.            Information from stretch receptors.         

b.            Voluntary function

c.            Involuntary function

d.            Posture

15.         Which somatosensory system possess more discriminative properties

a.            Spinothlamic                                                    

b.            Lemniseal

c.            Spinocerebellar

d.            None of the above

16.         Merkel’s disk is for

a.            Touch – pressure                                                                          

b.            Touch temperature

c.            Two point discrimination

d.            Stereognosis

17.         Meissner’s corpuscle is for 

a.            Two point discrimination steriognosis                     

b.            Touch

c.            Temperature 

d.            Pressure

18.         Cortical sensation is mediated by

a.            Primary somato sensory area                      

b.            Skin receptors

c.            Secondary somato sensory cortex

d.            Secondary somatosensory cortex and posterior multimodal association area

19.         Motor planning and timing is by which lobe of cerebellum

a.            Anterior lobe                                                   

b.            Floculonodular

c.            Posterior

d.            All of the above

20.         Ventral spino cerebellar relieves signals from     

a.            From lower limb

b.            From upper limb                                                                           

c.            Trunk

d.            a &b

21.         Short term memory is mediated by

a.            Limbic system                                                  

b.            Frontal lobe

c.            Hippo campus

d.            Parietal lobe

22.         In two point discrimination the distance between two points in palm is

a.            5 – 6 mm                                                                          

b.            7 – 10 mm

c.            10- 15 mm

d.            None

23.         Short term memory is mediated by

a.            Limbic system                                                  

b.            Frontal lobe

c.            Hippo campus

d.            Parietal lobe

24.         Cortical sensation is mediated by

a.            Primary somato sensory area                      

b.            Skin receptors

c.            Secondary somato sensory cortex

d.            Secondary somatosensory cortex and posterior multimodal association area

25.         Patients with spinocerebellar tract lesion will lack

a.            Ipsilateral  upper limb control                     

b.            Ipsilateral upper limb and trunk control

c.            Ipsilateral lower limb & trunk control

d.            Contralateral upper limb and lower limb control.

26.         Anterior cerebral artery lesion will result in

a.            Ipsilateral lower limb sensory loss                            

b.            Ipsilateral upper limb sensory loss

c.            Contralateral lower limb sensory loss

d.            Both upper limb and lower limb sensory loss

27.         Middle cerebral artery lesion will result in

a.            Ipsilateral sensory loss of whole trunk                     

b.            Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb, lower limb and face

c.            Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb.

d.            None

28.         Patients with subcortical lesion will have

a.            Loss of sensation of upper limb contralateral 

b.            Loss of sensation of upper limb & lower limb contralateral 

c.            Loss of sensation upper limb, lower limb & face contralateral

d.            Loss of sensation of upper limb, lower limb, trunk & face

29.         Parietal lobe lesion exhibit 

a.            Lack of sensory motor integration                            

b.            Inability to interpret meaningful sensory information

c.            Both a & b.

d.            None

30.         Facilitation of extensor tone against gravity is by

a.            Vestibulo spinal tract                                     

b.            Rubro spinal tract

c.            Reticulo spinal tract

d.            Corticospinal tract

31.         Motor planning and timing is by which lobe of cerebellum

a.            Anterior lobe                                                   

b.            Floculonodular

c.            Posterior

d.            All of the above

32.         Apraxia is a result of lesion in 

a.            Frontal lobe                                                                     

b.            Parietal lobe

c.            Occipital lobe

d.            Internal capsule

33.         Broca’s area is present in

a.            Frontal lobe

b.            Parietal lobe                                                    

c.            Occipital lobe

d.            Frontal lobe

34.         ——————nervous system is/are responsible for bladder evacuation

a.            Sympathetic

b.            Parasympathetic                                                            

c.            Sympathetic  & parasympathetic

d.            Somatic  

35.         Deep tendon reflex is exaggerated in lesion

a.            Upper motor neuron

b.            Lower motor neuron                                     

c.            Peripheral nerve injury

d.            None of the above

36.         Clonus is a sign of 

a.            Lower motor neuron lesion

b.            Upper motor neuron lesion                                        

c.            Peripheral nerve injury

d.            All of the above.

37.         In two point discrimination the distance between two points in palm is

a.            5 – 6 mm                                                                          

b.            7 – 10 mm

c.            10- 15 mm

d.            None

38.         Patients with spinocerebellar tract lesion will lack

a.            Ipsilateral  upper limb control                     

b.            Ipsilateral upper limb and trunk control

c.            Ipsilateral lower limb & trunk control

d.            Contralateral upper limb and lower limb control.

39.         Loss of light touch sensation is ——.

a.            Atothiguranethesia

b.            Dysethesia                                                                       

c.            Anesthesia

d.            Aptopogrosia

40.         Removal of somato-sensory (SII) area  leads to —-

a.            Impairment of postural sense 

b.            Impairment of perception of shape of object        

c.            Impairment of perception of both  shape & texture of object 

d.            Impairment of perception of texture

41.         Stroking across lateral border of foot elicits —-. Reflex.

a.            Chaddock

b.            Gordon                                                                             

c.            Oppeneim

d.            Babinski 

42.         Facilitation of extensor tone against gravity is by

a.            Vestibulo spinal tract                                     

b.            Rubro spinal tract

c.            Reticulo spinal tract

d.            Corticospinal tract

43.         Meralgia parasthetica occurs in—————— nerve.

a.            Sciatic

b.            Superficial peroneal                        

c.            Lateral femoral cutaneous

d.            Sural

44.         Decerebrate rigidity refers to

a.            Sustained contraction and posturing of the trunk and limbs in a position of full flexion

b.            Sustained contraction and positioning of the trunk and limbs in a position of full extension                                                                                                

c.            Sustained contraction and posturing of the trunk and the lower limbs in extension and the upper limbs in flexion

d.            Strong and sustained contraction of extensors muscles of the neck, trunk and four limbs

45.         Thermanalgesia is

a.            Inability to perceive heat

b.            Inability to perceive sensation of heat and cold 

c.            Inability to perceive pain and temperature

d.           None of the above.

46.         Features of diabetic neuropathy

a.            Mild and chronic

b.            b. Affecting both sensory and motor nerve                           

c.            Lower extremity involvement

d.            b & c

e.            a , b & c

47.         The differentiating feature of diabetes from tabes is ————-.

a.            Pain

b.            Ataxia

c.            Loss of tendon reflex in lower limb                           

d.            Tender calf

48.         The differentiating feature of poly neuropathy from polio myelitis is       

a.            Muscle weakness

b.            Muscle atrophy                                               

c.            No sensory involvement

d.            Symmetrical muscle involvement

49.         Which is not a feature of myasthenia gravis

a.            Muscle weakness

b.            Muscle wasting                                

c.            Muscle fatigability

d.            Fasciculation

50.         MND involves progressive degeneration of ———————

a.            Anterior horn cells of in the spinal cord

b.            Cells of lower cranial motor nuclei                                          

c.            Neurons of the motor cortex and pyramidal tract

d.            All of the above

51.         Parietal cerebral tumor cause

a.            Progressive dementia

b.            Contra lateral hemiplegia

c.            Falling away of contra lateral outstretched hand                                               

d.            Epilepsy with aphasia

52.         Apraxia is a result of lesion in 

a.            Frontal lobe                                                                     

b.            Parietal lobe

c.            Occipital lobe

d.            Internal capsule

53.         An uniform resistance at all points of range during relaxed passive movement is known as

a.            Clasp knife                                                                       

b.            Lead pipe

c.            Cog wheel

d.            All of the above

54.         The physiological basis of spasticity is

a.            Increased fusimotor innervation by dynamic gamma motor neuron

b.            Decreased presynaptic inhibition                              

c.            Loss of reciprocal innervation and recurrent inhibition

d.            a& b

e.            a,b&c

55.         The dyskinesia which resembles fragments of purposive movement is

a.            Dystonia

b.            Chorea                                 

c.            Hemiballismus

d.            Athetosis

56.         Fasciculation is not found in

a.            Cervical myelopathy

b.            Syringomyelia                    

c.            Stroke

d.            Intervertibral disc protrusion

57.         A cerebral cortical lesion usually causes

a.            Monoplegia

b.            Hemiplegia                         

c.            Quadriplegia

d.            Crossed hemiplegia

58.         Which one among the following is true for polyneuropathy?

a.            Asymmetrical loss of reflex

b.            Distal tendon reflexes affected before proximal                                               

c.            All reflexes are diminished

d.            All reflexes are lost

59.         Oppenheim’s reflex is

a.            Extension of great toe with firm moving pressure on the skin over tibia

b.            Stroking on inner border elicits flexor response                                  

c.            Stroking outer border of sole elicits ankle dorsi flexion

d.            None of the above

60.         Dissosiated sensory loss is found in

a.            Polyneuropathy

b.            Lateral spinalcord lesion                                              

c.            Central spinal cord lesion

d.            Spinothalamic tract lesion

61.         The spinal Segment for ankle jerk is

a.            L5

b.            L5S1       

c.            S1S2

d.            S1

62.         Horner’s syndrome is associated with

a.            Myositis

b.            Anhydrosis                                                       

c.            All of them

d.            None of them

63.         In writer’s cramp 

a.            An act is impaired

b.            Individual movements which compose the act are impaired           

c.            Similar activities are affected

d.            Associated with sensory loss

64.         Transient ischemic attack usually defined if neurological deficit recovers with in

a.            24 hours

b.            48 hours                                                            

c.            > 24 hours< 7days.                                         

d.            > 7 days.

65.         the features of CSF leak is/ 

a.            fluid test positive for glucose                                     

b.            salty taste in the mouth of the patient.

c.            There may be a fracture petrous skull

d.            All of the above

e.            a & c

66.         Dysdiadokokinesia is a feature of 

a.            Basal ganglia lesion

b.            Cerebellar lesion                                                            

c.            Cortical lesion

d.            None of the above

67.         Chorea is due to involvement of 

a.            Subthalamic nucleus                                                     

b.            Caudate & putamen

c.            Substantia nigra

d.            Basal ganglia

68.         Worm like involuntary movement is

a.            Chorea                                                                                             

b.            Dystonia

c.            Athetosis

d.            Hemiballismus

69.         Lesion in one optic tract prouduce—————–.

a.            Central scotoma

b.            Homonimous hemianopia                                           

c.            Bi temporal hemianopia

d.            Blindness

70.         The hallmark of space occupying lesion in brain are

a.            Papilloedema

b.            Headache                                                                                       

c.            Vomiting                                                           

d.            b& c

e.            a b,& c

71.         Sixth nerve palsy can cause

a.            Squint

b.            Diplopia                                                                                           

c.            Blindness

d.            Ptosis

72.         Rythmic oscillation of the eye is————.

a.            Strabismus

b.            Opthalmoplegia

c.            Nystagmus                                                       

d.            None of the above

73.         Emotional movement spaired with lower part of the face more affected when 7th cranial nerve is injured at

a.            Pons

b.            Above pons                                                      

c.            Cerebellopontine angle

d.            Facial canal

74.         Crocodile tear is feature of—————— cranial nerve palsy.

a.            2nd 

b.            3rd                                                                      

c.            6th

d.            7th

75.         Which type of current is used usually in Bell’s palsy?

a.            Faradic type

b.            Interrupted galvanic                       

c.            Russian

d.            Tens

76.         Climbing up stairs need adequate 

a.            Gluteus maximus power in stable limb                                                  

b.            Abductor power in advancing limb

c.            Gluteus maximus and glueus medius power in stable limb

d.            Gluteus maximum and gluetus medius power in advancing limb

77.         The first superficial reflex to recover following SCI is _____________

a.            Bulbocavernous                                                             

b.            Anal

c.            Cremastric

d.            Abdominal

78.         Crede maneuver is when there is

a.            Automatic bladder

b.            Autonomous bladder                     

b.            Detrusor sphincter

c.            Flacid sphincter  and spastic detrusor

79.         Stroking across lateral border of ankle joint and upto the lateral border of foot elicits

a.            Chaddock

b.            Gordon                                                                                            

c.            Oppenheiem

d.            Babinski

80.         Removal of somato sensory (SII) will cause————–. 

a.            Impairment of postural sense

b.            impairment of perception of shape of object.

c.            Impairment of perception of both shape and texture of object      

d.            Impairment of perception of texture

81.         Which is not feature of cerebellar dysfunction?

a.            Bradykinesia

b.            Dysmetria                                                         

c.            Asthenia 

d.            Hypotonia

82.         An uncomfortable hypersensitivity to non noxious stimuli is 

a.            Parasthesia

b.            Hyperesthesia                                 

c.            Disesthesia

d.            None of the above

83.         For two point discrimination on the trunk the points should be

a.            3 to 4mm apart

b.            5 to 10mm apart                                                                           

c.            10 to 20mm apart

d.            >30mm apart

84.         Babinski sign normally present up to age

a.            Age 5 to 10

b.            Age 10 to 15                                      

c.            Age 1 to 2

d.            Up to 6 months

85.         Pain is uncommon in 

a.            Conus lesion

b.            Cauda equina lesion                                      

c.            Higher thoracic lesion

d.            None of the above

86.         There are how many grades in modified Ashworth scale for spasticiy?

a.            3                                                                                         

b.            4

c.            5

d.            6

87.         What is normal grading of reflex

a.            +                                                                                         

b.            ++

c.            +++

88.         Strabismus is

a.            Ocular muscle imbalance & weakness

b.            Optic nerve damage

c.            Abnormal puple only constriction

d.            None

89.         For near visual acquity the visual acuity chart is kept

a.            26” away                                                                                         

b.            16” away

c.            10” away

d.            40” away

90.         The distance for using snellen’s chart is —————.

a.            Patient is 10 feet away                                                 

b.            Patient is 20 feet away

c.            Patient is 15 feet away

d.            None

91.         Prosopagnosia is

a.            Inability to recognize familiar objects                                     

b.            Inability to identify familiar faces

c.            Inability to interpret visual stimuli

d.            Inability to remember appropriate colour

92.         Astereognosis is indicated if patient is unable to identify

a.            2 or more objects                                                                         

b.            5 or more objects

c.            3 or more  objects

d.            10 or more objects

93.         Ability to interpret letter written on the palmar surface of one’s hand is

a.            Stereognosia                                                   `               

b.            Ahylognosia

c.            Graphesthesia

d.            None

94.         Loss of hearing for low pitched tones is a feature of

a.            Middle ear infection

b.            Damage of sensory end organ                                   

c.            Damage of cochlear part of 8th nerve

d.            Auditory cortical area

95.         Semicircular canals are excited by

a.            Linear movement

b.            Angular movement                                                                      

c.            Acceleration

d.            Decelleration

96.         Vertigo means a feeling of 

a.            External world appear to move in arotatory fashion.

b.            External world oscillates

c.            c. Patient feels his own body moves /rotates        

d.            a&b

e.            a,b&c

97.         Which of the following is not a brain stem reflex?

a.            STNR

b.            ATNR                                                                  

c.            Positive supporting

d.            Crossed extension

98.         Modified ashworth scale grade 1+ ____________________

a.            Slight increase in muscle tone, manifested by a catch, followed by minimal resistance throughout the reminder (less than half ) of the range of motion.                        

b.            Slight increase and tone, manifested by a catch and release and by minimal resistance at the end of the range when the affected part is moved in flexion and extension.

c.            More marked increase in tone, but affected part easily flexed

d.            Consideration increase in tone, passive movement difficult

99.         The prognosis of meningitis depends upon

a.            Infecting organism

b.            Stage of illness

c.            Presence of fracture skull                                                           

d.            All of the above

e.            a& b

100.       Trigeminal neuralgia is  caused by demyelinatio/degeneration of————

a.            Sensory divison of cranial nerve 5

b.            Motor division of cranial nerve 5.                                                           

c.            Sensory division of cranial nerve 6 d .Motor division of cranial nerve6

101.       Commonest intra cranial tumor

a.            Gliomas

b.            Meningiomas                     

c.            Angiomas

d.            Neuromas

102.       The example of operant/instrumental learning is ___.

a.            Assisted exercise with verbal command

b.            Constant repeated practice of a task

c.            Verbal praise after a well done task

d.            Non of the above                                                                           

103.       Learning task without attention is referred as  ___

a.            Classic condition

b.            Trail & Error learning                                                    

c.            Instrumental learning

d.            Procedural learning

104.       Declarative learning requires____.

a.            Repetition

b.            Attention                                                                         

c.            Reward

d.            Assistance

105.       Backer type of muscular dystrophy is

a.            X linked dominant

b.            Autosomal recessive                                      

c.            None of them

d.            all of them

106.       Charcots’s joint is found in

a.            Syringomyelia

b.            Tabes dorsalis                    

c.            Diabetes myelitis

d.            All of the above

e.            a &b

107.       Which one of the following is known as bell’s palsy

a.            5th Cranial nerve palsy

b.            6thI cranial nerve palsy                                               

c.            7thNone of the above

d.            None of the above

108.       In poliomyelitis destruction occurs in

a.            Muscle

b.            Peripheral nerve                                                                           

c.            Anterior horn cells

d.            Posterior horn cells

109.       Therapeutic modalities that reduce spasticity effectively

a.            Ice

b.            Weight bearing

c.            Sustained stretching                                                     

d.            All of the above.

110.       Spinal muscular atrophy type 4 and 5 presents  

a.            At infancy

b.            Childhood                                          

c.            Pre pubescent

d.            After adolescence

111.       Polymyositis is 

a.            Infective myopathy

b.            Inflammatory myopathy                               

c.            Not myopathy

d.            Muscle degenerating disease

112.       Which one among the following is milder variety of neuromuscular disease

a.            DMD

b.            BMD                                     

c.            SMA type 1

d.            SMA type2

113.       Segmental demyelination is the predominant pathology in——————

a.            Ischemic neuropathy

b.            Nutritional neuropathy                                

c.            Lead poisoning

d.            Guillain-bare syndrome

114.       The chest wall mobility of parkinson’s disease can be improved by using

_____________

a.            PNF upper extremity bilateral symmetrical D2 flexion and extension            ans:a 

b.            PNF upper extremity bilateral symmetrical D1 flexion and extension 

c.            PNF one upper limb D12flexion and extension and another upper limb D2 flexion and extension and vice versa.

d.            PNF one upper limb D2 flexion and extension with lower limb D2 flexion and extension and vice versa.  

115.       Weber’s syndrome is _____________

a.            Occulomotor nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia

b.            Facial nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia                                

c.            Facial nerve, trigeminal nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia.

d.            Occulomotor abducens and optic nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia.

116.       Wilson’s disease is

a.            Hepato lenticular degeneration

b.            Caused by disturbance of copper metabolism                                     

c.            Frequently familial

d.            All of them

e.            a &b

117.       Which one of the following technique is used in cerebellar ataxia?

a.            Rhythmic initiation

b.            Rhythmic stabilization                                                                 

c.            Repeated contraction

d.            None of the above

118.       Which is not related to favorable prognosis for patient with multiple sclerosis?

a.            Onset with only one symptoms.

b.            Relapsing – remitting variety                       

c.            Onset before the age of 40.

d.            Significant pyramidal and cerebellar signs with involvement at multiple sites in 5 years.

119.       The disease nadir for Gullian Barre Syndrome should be within

a.            2 – 4 weeks

b.            2 months                                                                         

c.            One week

d.            4 months 

120.       Body scheme perceptive disorders occur in

a.            Left hemisphere lesion in posterior multi modal association area  

b.            Right hemisphere lesion in posterior multi modal association area

c.            Left hemisphere anterior part

d.            Right anterior part

121.       Arnold chiari malformation is associated with

a.            Multiple sclerosis

b.            Spina bifida                                                                     

c.            Syringomyelia

d.            b&c

122.       Cervical rigidity, head retraction, kernig’s sign are feature of

a.            Encephalomyelitis

b.            Cerebral abscess

c.            Meningitis

d.            None of the above

123.       Post traumatic amnesia and retrograde amnesia are the features of___

a.            Cerebral contusion

b.            Concussion                                                                      

c.            Cerebral laceration

d.            Cerebral compression

124.       Paralysis of palate.pharynx and larynx can occur due to lesion of

a.            7th cranial nerve

b.            9th cranial nerve                                                                           

c.            10th cranial nerve

d.            12th cranial nerve

125.       The ————– lesion will not produce hypotonia.

a.            Cerebellum

b.            Reticular formation                                                       

c.            Anterior horn cell

d.            Substantia nigra

126.       The afferent side of spinal reflex arc occurs due to 

a.            Polyneuritis

b.            Peripheral nerve injury                                                                             

c.            Tabes dorsalis

d.            Poliomyelitis

127.       Language perception disorder is

a.            Alexia                                                                                

b.            Aphasia

c.            Dyslexia

d.            Broca’s aphasia

128.       Motor perception disorder is

a.            Aphasia                                                                                                          

b.            Apraxia

c.            Alexia

d.            Anomia

129.       Friedreich’s ataxia is due to a defect in chromosome 

a.            9                                                                                                        

b.            10

c.            12

d.            None

130.       Which of the disease improves significantly with dopaminergic medications?

a.            Friedreich’s ataxia                                                                        

b.            Huntington’s disease

c.            Parkinson’s disease

d.            None

131.       An increase of 5gm/l or higher in the protein contentof CSF may be due to

a.            Meningitis

b.            Encephalytis                       

c.            Poliomyelitis

d.            Acute infective polyneuritis

132.       An increase in IgG fraction of gamma globulin with a normal total protein content is suggestive of

a.            Polyneuropathy

b.            Meningitis                                                                                      

c.            Systemic lupus erythematosis

d.            Multiple sclerosis

133.       Sub acute combined cord degeneration is due to 

a.            Vitamin B deficiency

b.            Vitamin B6 deficiency

c.            Vitamin B12 deficiency                                               

d.            Vitamin B2 deficiency

134.       Myelomeningocoele is a 

a.            Swelling containing meninges and CSF

b.            Swelling containing myelin sheath, meninges and CSF fluid                  

c.            Swelling containing spinal cord, meningocoele and CSF Fluid

d.            None of the above

135.       Crossed hemiplegia means ___________

a.            Lesion above pontine

b.            At level of the pontine                                  

c.            Below pontine

d.            None of the above.

136.       Cerebral irritation may occur in———————-.

a.            Concussion

b.            Moderate contusion                                                     

c.            Severe contusion

d.            Cerebral compression

137.       In flexion and extension the length of the spinal canal varies from

a.            5 – 9 cm

b.            15 – 20 cm                                                        

c.            10 – 20 cm

d.            None of the above.

138.       The blood supply to nerve fibers stops at _____________

a.            15%

b.            5%                                                       

c.            10%

d.            None of the above

139.       Lines of pain and clumps of pain relates to involvement of _______________

a.            Muscle 

b.            Nerve                                                                 

c.            Joint

d.            Ligament

140.       The resting membrane potential varies from  __________ MV for most nerves, muscles and glial cells

a.            – 40 to – 90  

b.            – 10 to – 100

c.            – 50 to + 90

d.            – 40 to + 90

141.       Symptoms worst at end of the day related to _______________

a.            Acute nerve root involvement

b.            Chronic Nerve Root Irritation                      

c.            Muscle ischemia

d.            None of the above.

142.       Crossed SLR is said to be positive when with unilateral leg pain __________-

a.            The SLR on symptomatic leg side produces opposite limb symptom

b.            SLR on the sound side produces symptomatic leg’s symptoms.      

c.            Both side

d.            None of the above

143.       The number of spinal nerves that emerge from spinal cord

a.            33 pairs

b.            31 pairs                                                                            

c.            32 pairs

d.            None of the above.

144.       C1 dermatome is not there because.

a.            Dorsal root absent in cervical region

b.            Relation of spinal root with vertebral column                                     

c.            C1 nerve root is absent

d.            C1 dorsal root supply inside the skull.

e.            None of the above .

145.       The most common nerve used for biopsy in poly neuropathy is ____________

a.            Sural nerve

b.            Radial nerve                                                     

c.            Median nerve

d.            Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh

146.       In Erb’s Palsy , the attitude of the limb is  ____________

a.            Shoulder add.-Int. rotation-elbow straight

b.            Shoulder add.-Ext. rotation-elbow straight                                           

c.            Shoulder add.-Int. rotation-elbow flexed

d.            Non of the above 

147.       Ape thumb deformity occurs due to the involvement of _____________

a.            Ulna nerve

b.            Median nerve                   

c.            Radial nerve

d.            Musculocutaneous nerve e 

148.       The EMG activity of denervation are the following except

a.            Fibrillation potential

b.            Positive sharp wave                                       

c.            Polyphasic action potential

d.            All of the above

149.Increased polyphasic action potential is a feature of 

a.            Dennervation

b.            Polymyositis

c.            Myasthenia gravis                                          

d.            Myopathy

 150. Electrodiagnosis of nerve injury should be initiated after ———–.

a.            1 week

b.            2 week                                 

c.            4 week

d.            6 week 

151. Exploration after nerve injury is done, if no recovery occurs, after——–months. a.  2-3

b.            3-4                                                       

c.            5-6

d.            12

152.       Meralgia parasthetica occurs in—————— nerve.

a.            Sciatic

b.            Superficial peroneal                                       

c.            Lateral femoral cutaneous

d.            Sural

153.       What is the minimum time by which the severed axons begins to send out a greater number of sprouts following injury?

a. 6 hours

b.One day                                          

c. 3 weeks

d.2 weeks.

154.       After median / ulnar nerve repair at wrist the extension of wrist can begin from—- –week.

a. 3

b.4                                        

c.6

d.8

155.       Secondary nerve repair is done——— weeks after injury.

a.1-3

b.            3-6                                                       

c.            6-12

d.            None of the above

156.       The wrist should be kept flexed up to————— weeks after median  and ulnar nerve repair at wrist

a.            2

b.            3                                                           

c.            4

d.            6

157.       Nerve conduction velocity for upper limb nerves are——————-.

a.            40-50 m/sec

b.            50-70 m/sec                                      

c.  70-90 m/sec

d.  90-110 m/sec

158.       Nerve conduction velocity for lower limb nerves are——————-.

a.            30-45 m/sec

b.            40-55 m/sec        

c.  55-75 m/sec

d.  >75 m/sec

159.       Normal sensory action potential is  

a.            Biphasic

b.            Triphasic                                                           

c.            Tetraphasic

d.            Multiphasic

160.       The clinical utility of F wave is to know—————-.

a.            Conduction of distal part of nerve

b.            To test the reflex arc                                     

c.            Conduction at proximal part of nerve.

d.            Conduction at neuromuscular junction

161.       Latency  of F wave for upper limb is

a.            10-20 msec

b.            12-20 m sec                                       

c.            20-32 m sec

d.            32-40 m sec

162.       Latency  of F wave for lower limb is

a.            10-12 msec

b.            12-25 m sec                                       

c.            25-42 m sec

d.            42-55 m sec

163.       H reflex is electrical equivalent of

a.            Deep tendon reflex

b.            Afferent path of reflex arc                            

c.            Superficial reflex

d.            Efferent path of reflex

164.       Motor end plate of a dennervated muscle persist for

a.            3 months

b.            6 months                                           

c.            1 year

d.            2 years

165.       One year after nerve injury the regenerating axon may have —————% reduction in conduction velocity.

a.15

b.25                                      

c.35

d.45

166.       In case of Guillain –bare syndrome partial to complete recovery takes usually————months.

a.Upto3

b.            3-6                                                                                                    

c.            6-9 

d.            9-12

167.       All of the above factors below are true for the dysthetic pain which is a type of peripheral neuropathic pain except 

a.            Impulse arise from damaged or regenerating nociceptive afferent 

b.            Burning type of pain                                      

c.            Paroxysmal shooting/ stabbing present

d.            Pain follow course of a nerve trunk

168.       Mechanical allodynia in response to palpation of specific nerve trunk may be due to 

a.            Discriminated micro neuroma

b.            Spread of mechano sensitivity along the nerve trunk 

c.            All of the above                                                                             

d.            a and b

169.       Physical signs of neuropathic pain include

a.            Antalgic posture

b.            Active and passive movement dysfunction            

c.            Adverse response to neural tissue

d.            All of the above 

170.       The altered production of the bioactive material by vibration due to driving usually of ………Hz

a.            5Hz

b.            10 Hz                                                                                 

c.            15 Hz

d.            20 Hz

171.       Temporary axonal transport decrease can occur at increase of ……….mm hg pressure which can be easily induced by day to day activity

a.            10 mm hg

b.            30 mm hg                                                                        

c.            50 mm hg 

d.            100 mm hg 

172.       The possible physiological response of neurodynamic test is      a. Alteration in intra neural blood flow

b.            Axonal transport                                             

c.            Sympathetic activation 

d.            All of the above 

e.            a & b

173.       For uninterrupted blood supply to nerve fibre the pressure gradient should be          a. Epineural arteriole > capillary fascicle > epineural venule> tunnel 

b.            Capillary fascicle > epineural arteriole > epineural venule . tunnel 

c.            Tunnel > epineural venule . capillary fascicle > epineural arteriole 

d.            None of the above                                         

174.       When the tunnel pressure rises to …….. mm hg venous drainage stops 

a.            > 10 mm hg 

b.            10-20 mm hg                                                                  

c.            20- 30 mm hg 

d.            50 mm hg 

175.The causes of subclinical nerve injury are   a. Unphysiological movement 

b.            Abnormal body posture                                

c.            Repetitive muscle contraction 

d.            All of the above 

e.            b & c

176.       The pain characteristics for intra neural conducting tissue involvement                  a. Catches and twinges around vulnerable area 

b.            Burning type                                     

c.            Electrical like 

d.            Lines of pain 

e.            b & c 

f.            All of the above 

177.       Which one among the following is median nerve dominating emphasizing more on shoulder depression and shoulder external rotation 

a.            ULLT-1

b.            ULLT-2                                                                             

c.            ULTT

d.            ULTT-3

e.            None 

178.       Which one among the following has ulnar nerve bias? 

a.            ULTT-1

b.            ULTT-2                                                                             

c.            ULTT-3

d.            None

179.       During SLR addition of hip medial rotation sensitizes      a. Tibial division of the sciatic nerve 

b.            Peroneal division of sciatic nerve                              

c.            Sciatic nerve as a whole 

d.            Sural nerve

180.       The best indicator of disc prolapse 

a.            Bowstring test  

b.            SLR affected site                                                            

c.            Crossed SLR

d.            Bilateral SLR

181.       Ipsilateral paralysis and dorsal column interruption with contralateral loss of pain & temperature

a.            Central cord syndrome                                                                              

b.            Anterior cord syndrome

c.            Brown sequard syndrome

d.            Conus medullaris lesion.

182.       Patients with SCI lesion T1 and above lose how much respiration function 

a.            60 % to 80 %                                                                                                                

b.            40 % to 50 %

c.            20 % to 30 %

d.            80 % to 90 %

183.       The features of autonomic dysreflexia are

a.            Tachycardia, hypertension, headache                                                      

b.            Bradycardia, hypertension, headache

c.            Pallor, tachycardia, headache

d.            All of the above.

184.       Which SCI patient among the following will not have an effective cough 

a.            Lesion below T9                                                                                                          

b.            Lesion below T6

c.            Lesion Below T1

d.            Conus medullaris lesion.

185.       Who is a functional walker among the following SCI

a.            Lesion Below T6                                                                                                           

b.            Lesion below – T9

c.            Lesion below – T10

d.            Lesion below – L1

186.       The first superficial reflex to recover following SCI is —.                   a.   Bulbocavernous.

b.            Anal                                      

c.            Cremasteric

d.            Abdominal

187.       Crede maneuver is clinically indicated in autonomous bladder ,if post-void urine is —.             

 a  .Less than 50-100 cc.                     

b .Less than 100-120 ccHz.                                          

c .Less than 120-150 cc     

 d. More than 150 cc

188.       A young complete SCI patient is having muscle power Hip flexors G4, Add. G4 , Quad. G 4 & other muscles G0 ; loss of sensation below L3 . Which type of aids will be more appropriate for his ambulation ?

a  .Bil. HKAFO with bil. Axillary crutches                      

b  .Bil. KAFO with bil. Axillary crutches                                        

c .Bil. KAFO with bil. Elow crutches                

d. Bil. AFO with bil.  elbow crutches

189.       Which mode of ambulatory device a SCI patient will use for almost normal speed as well as Oxygen uptake ?

a  .Bil. AFO with bil.  elbow crutches            

 b  .Bil. KAFO with bil.  axillary crutches                                                     

c . Bil. HKAFO with bil. Axillary crutches.                     

d. wheel chair.

190.       Crede maneuver is clinically indicated autonomous bladder, if post void residual urine is___________

a.            Less than 50 – 100 CC

b.            Less Than 100 – 120 Cc                                                               

c.            Less than 120 – 150 CC

d.            More than 150 CC

191. Diazepam dosage for SCI  

a.Upto 10 mg daily

b.            6-40 mg daily 

c.            50-100mg daily

d.            None of the above

192.       Tenodesis grip is important for————— level SCI patient.

a-.C5

b-.C6                                                                  

c.-C8

d.-T1

193.       Which position is used to prepare SCI patient to assume long sitting position?

a.            Prone on hands

b.            Prone on elbows

c.            Supine on hands

d.            Supine on elbows

194.       In SCI patient impaired bladder or bowel function or noxious stimulus can produce

a.            sympathetic over activity

b.            parasympathetic over activity                                    

c.            diminished  motor activity d .none of the above

195.       Armrest in wheelchair can support body weight

a.            Above 10%

b.            Above 15%                                        

c.            Above 6%

d.            Above 5%

196.       Most ideal management for bladder is

a.            Indwelling catheter for ever

b.            CIC                                                                      

c.            External catheter

d.            Crede’s maneuver

197.       Spinal reflexes are integrated at

a.            2 months                                                                                        

b.            4 months

c.            6 months

d.            8 months

198.       Moro reflex is                                                                 

a. Abduction, extension & internal rotation of arms           

b.            Abduction, extension & external rotation of arms

c.            Adduction, internal rotation, extension of arms

d.            Abduction, internal rotation, flexion of arms

199.       Fluctuation of muscle tone is found in —–.

a.            Spastic CP

b.            Flaccid CP                                                                         

c.            Athetoid CP

d.            None of the above

200.       The prenatal cause in cerebral palsy is ______________

a.            Hypertension

b.            Diabetes melitus

c.            Torch infection                                               

d.            Breech presentation

201.       Which of the below is most disabling for standing.

a.            Moro                                                                                 

b.            Flexor withdrawal 

c.            Crossed extension

d.            Extensor trust

202.       Which of the below mentioned primitive reflexes is more disabling for transition from supine to sitting.

a.            ATNR                                                                                 

b.            STNR

c.            TLR

d.            Moro

203.       which primitive reflex is dangerous for wheelchair bound patients

a.            ATNR                                                                                 

b.            STNR

c.            TLR

d.            Crossed extension

204.       Brainstem reflexes are integrated in the 1st

a.            2 months of life                                                                             

b.            4 months of life

c.            6 months of life

d.            8 months of life

205.       Association reactions are

a.            Spinal reflex                                                                    

b.            Mid brain reflex

c.            Brainstem reflex

d.            Cortical reflex

206.       Righting & equilibrium start developing at the age of

a.            1 year                                                                              

b.            6 months

c.            1 ½ years 

d.            2 years

207.       Righting is

a.            Midbrain reaction                                                                        

b.            Cortical reaction

c.            Cerebellar reaction

d.            None of the above

208.       While putting the child in prone lying position all the position described             below are correct except—————–.

a.            Shoulder and hips at right angles in weight bearing position.

b.            Knee pointing outward.

c.            Shoulder and  arms turned inward                                          

d.            Hands open and palms down

209.       Bunny hopping can be discouraged by  a. Providing pron board with caster

b.            Providing a tricycle

c.            Training bottom shuffle                                                              

d.            a & b

e.            a ,b &c

210.       .Normally child can bridge hips at

a.            3 months

b.            3-6 months                                                                      

c.            5-9 months

d.            7-10 months

211.       For children who are excessively extended in supine position, which is the best position to rise them to sitting

a.            Train them to come diagonally from supine

b.            Train them to come to sitting straight                     

c.            Train them to come from side lying

d.            All of the above

212.       The treatment for patients with apraxia is to

a.            Provide tactile, kinesthetic & proprioceptive input

b.            Perform activity in usual environment

c.            Use goal directed activity                                                           

d.            Keep command with minimum wordiness

e.            All of the above

213.       Chair sitting may be encouraged than floor sitting for all except

a.            athetoid                                                                                          

b.            With poor sitting balance

c.            With tight hamstring

d.            For young babies

214.       Which one among the following is less effective in improving the weight bearing on affected side in hemiplegia

a.            Moving a small trolly backward and forward with affected leg       

b.            Standing , taking the affected leg backward to cross the leg

c.            Stepping backward

d.            Walking with arms held back

215.       The most common  cause of stroke is

a.            Ischemia                                                                                                                        

b.            Haemorrhagic

c.            Subarachnoid hemorrhage

d.            Aneurysm

216.       In which type of stroke the full extent of insult is apparent from outset.

a.            Haemorrhage                                                                                               

b.            Ischaemia

c.            Aneurysm

d.            None

217.       Anterior cerebral artery lesion will result in

a.            Ipsilateral lower limb sensory loss                                           

b.            Ipsilateral upper limb sensory loss

c.            Contralateral lower limb sensory loss

d.            Both upper limb and lower limb sensory loss

218.       Middle cerebral artery lesion will result in

a.            Ipsilateral sensory loss of whole trunk                                    

b.            Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb, lower limb and face

c.            Contralateral sensory loss of upper limb.

d.            None

219.       The most prominent symptoms following posterior  cerebral artery occlusion is

a.            Auditory                                                                                                                        

b.            Apraxia

c.            Visual

d.            Motor

220.       Patients with subcortical lesion will have

a.            Loss of sensation of upper limb contralateral        

b.            Loss of sensation of upper limb & lower limb contralateral 

c.            Loss of sensation upper limb, lower limb & face contralateral

d.            Loss of sensation of upper limb, lower limb, trunk & face

221.       Parietal lobe lesion exhibit          

a.            Lack of sensory motor integration                                           

b.            Inability to interpret meaningful sensory information

c.            Both a & b.

d.            None

222.       Which is the critical period of stroke rehabilitation

a.            Acute stage                                                                                                                  

b.            Intermediate stage

c.            Discharge and transfer stage

d.            Long term

223.       Massed practice is practice time is

a.            Equal to rest                                                                                                 

b.            More than rest

c.            Less than rest

d.            None

224.       Blocked practice is                                                                                                     

a.            Different tasks done one by one

b.            Consistent practice of single task

c.            Varying tasks one by one

d.            None

225.       Crossed hemiplegia occurs when lesion is

a.            Above pontine

b.            At the level of pontine                                 

c.            Below pontine

d.            None of the above

226.       According to Bobath’s NDT__                    

a.            Postural control must be restored  before limb control

b.            Limb movements should be practiced before development of axial control 

c.            Normal movements should be given over abnormal tone

d.            Abnormal synergy can be used to re-educate normal movements

227.       Which of the following is inhibitory in NDT?

a.            Passive weight shifting

b.            Active weight shifting                                                                                 

c.            Joint traction –approximation

d.            Tapping

228.       To develop upper extremity control by NDT approach priority is given for ___.

a.            Dissociation of scapula from thorax

b.            Shoulder movements should be initiated first                                     

c.            Distal control has to be developed first

d.            None of the above

229.       Which of the following is correct regarding motor learning?

a.            Absolute errors are smaller for variable practice than constant practice    

b.            Performance is better in blocked practice during acquisition phase, whereas performance is better in random practice during transfer phase. 

c.            Distributed practice improves performance is better than massed practice

d.            All of the above                                                                                                           

230.       Infarction in angular gyrus will lead to————— apraxia

a.            Anmesic                                                                           

b.            Global

c.            Conduction

d.            Pair word deafness          

231.       Motor behaviour follows sensory stimulus is the assumption of———–approach

a.            Bobath

b.            Brunstorm                                         

c.            Rood’s

d.            PNF 

232.       Which neurological approach is exclusively applied for stroke patients? a.   Bobath

b.            Brunstorm                                                        

c.            Rood’s

d.            Motor learning

233.       In which neurological approach the associated movement can be used to facilitate movement

a.            Bobath

b.            Brunstorm                                                        

c.            Motor relearning

d.            Rood’s

234.       Normalize tone ,movement, posture is the assumption of ——————- approach

a.            Bobath

b.            Brunstorm                                                        

c.            Rood’s

d.            Motor relearning

235.       There are —————stages of recovery according to Brunstorm approach

a.            4

b.            5                                                           

c.            6

d.            7

236.       Key point control are described in ————approach

a.            Brunstorm

b.            Bobath                                 

c.            Knot & Voss

d.            Rood’s

237.       Interaction of individual,  task, environment  is described by

a.            Knot &VOSS

b.            Bobath                                 

c.            Brunstorm

d.            Car & Sephard

238.       Glasgow coma scale has _______________ points

a.            12                                                                                      

b.            10

c.            8

d.            15

239.       Severe brain damage scoring in Glasgow coma scale is

a.            < 8                                                                                     

b.            < 10

c.            < 5

d.            <15

240.       Glassgow coma scale has ————– subcales.

a.            2

b.            3                                                                          

c.            4

d.            5

241.       In mild head injury Glasgow coma scale score is

a.            9-12

b.            10-14                                                  

c.            13-15

d.            10-15

242.       For severe head injury the duration of coma is

a.            >3    Hours

b.            >6   Hours                                                         

c.            >12 Hours 

d.            >24 Hours

243.       The cardinal late symptoms of head injury are —————

a.            Headache ,vomiting, visual defect

b.            Headache, giddiness, mental disturbance                             

c.            Vomiting , mental disturbance, visual defect

d.            None of the above

244.       Brain death may be

a.            Irreversible loss of capacity  for conciousness

b.            Loss of capacity to breathe

c.            Brainstem death                                                            

d.            Death of cortex

245.       We sleep when

a.            Cortex relaxes

b.            Influence of reticular formation on cortex fails                                   

c.            Sleep center in hypothalamus slows down

d.            None of the above

246.       Sleep apnea can occur due to

a.            Lesion in the brainstem

b.            Upper air way obstruction                                          

c.            Obesity

d.            a& b e    a,b&c

247.       The factor which distinguishes between stroke and epilepsy is ————–

—.

a.            Duration of unconsciousness

b.            Existence of adequate cause for fainting                               

c.            Epilepsy needs external stimulus to occur

d.            Epilepsy is associated with muscular rigidity

248.       Catatonia, the result of lesion in basal pons

a.            The patients lacks the impulse to move although not paralyzed                   

b.            Patient is paralyzed but able to move to some extent

c.            Patient is paralyzed so does not move

d.            None of the above.

249.       In persistent vegetative state

a.            Pons functions spared                                                  

b.            Pons function lost

c.            Brain stem function spared

d.            Brain stem function lost

250.       Cerebral perfusion pressure CPP is 

a.            Mean BP + ICP                                                                                              

b.            Mean BP – ICP

c.            ICP – BP

d.            None

251.       Which one of the following has minimal underlying brain injury?

a.            Subdural haematoma                                                                                 

b.            Extra dural haematoma

c.            Intra cerebral haematoma

d.            None

252.       Choose the correct answer regarding recovery following brain injury.

a.            Slowly developing lesion causes less functional loss than quickly developed lesion

b.            A single larger lesion cause more functional loss than similar lesion produced over time

c.            Restricted person recovers better than the enriched person                         

d.            Prognosis of injury to a immature brain is better than matured brain

253.       How do drugs help in brain injury?

a.            It replaces neurotransmitters

b.            Resolves edema and improves blood circulation

c.            Prevents effects of toxic substances liberated by the dead cells and blocks the effects of free radicals

d.            All of the above                                                                             

254.       Recovery of function following CNS lesion is due to__.

a.            Resolution  edema and restoration of blood circulation

b.            Unmasking of silent zones

c.            Neuronal regeneration

d.            All of the above                                                                             

255.       When is ICP monitoring indicated

a.            If GCS more than 4 midline shift on scan more than 0.5mm &

               compression                                                                                                 

b.            GCS score less than 4, midline shift more than 0.5mm in CT scan & compression present

c.            GCS less than no compression or midline shift

d.            None

256.       Glasgow coma scale score 7 in head injury almost always carry

a.            Good prognosis                                                                                            

b.            Bad prognosis                                   

c.            None of the above.

257.       In myopathy  which exercise is appropriate

a.            Low load less repetition

b.            High load high repetition                                                            

c.            Low load high repetition

d.            High load low repetition

258.       The physical therapy treatment consideration for early middle stage

Parkinsonism includes

a.            Preventive exercise programme

b.            Corrective exercise programme                                               

c.            Compensatory & corrective exercise programme

d.            Dementia monitoring

259.       The physiological feedback is———-.

a.            Knowledge of result

b.            Knowledge of performance                                        

c.            Open loop

d.            Intrinsic

260.       Persistence and severe diplopia can be corrected by

a.            Using special glasses

b.            Eye exercises                                                   

c.            Patching one eye

d.            By limiting head and neck movement by a soft collar 

261.       Treatment new action following tendon transfer is based on_____ learning.

a.            Classic condition

b.            Trail & Error learning                                                    

c.            Instrumental learning

d.            Procedural learning

262.       Frenkel’s exercise should be prescribed for————-.

a.            Cerebellar ataxia

b.            Vestibular ataxia                              

c.            Sensory ataxia

d.            All of the above

263.       Which PNF technique is advocated for parkinsonism

a.            Hold and relax

b.            Rhythmic stabilization                                   

c.            Rhythmic initiation

d.            All of the above 

264.       For patients with generalized weakness which test is useful

a.            Thyroid function 

b.            Parathyroid function                      

c.            Serum cryoglobulin

d.            Serum complement levels 

265.       Which test is done for myasthenia gravis 

a.            Spinal fluid anlysis 

b.            Tensilon                                                            

c.            Prolonged fasting test 

d.            None of the above  

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2. b 42. a 82. c 122. c162. d202. b242. b
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4. a 44. b84. c124. c164. c204. c244. c
5. c45. a85. a125. d165. b205. c245. b
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9. d 49. b89. b129. a169. d209. e249. c
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11. a51. c 91. b131. d171. b211. c251. b
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14. a54. e94. a 134. c174. c214. a254. d
15. c55. b95. b 135. b175. d215. a255. b
16. a56. c96. e136. b176. e 216. b256. b
17. a57. a97. d137. a177. b217. c257. c
18. d58. b98. a138. a178. c218. b258. b
19. c 59. a99. d139. b179. b 219. c259. c
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Dr .Lalit Choudhary
Hii everyone, I'm Dr Lalit Choudhary PT. Born and brought up in delhi. Practicing as a professional PHYSIOTHERAPIST. As a therapist I love to interact with others and and get myself updated regarding all the social issues which are leading my countrymen to distress themselves. Yes, I agree that Iam a workaholic but my work gives me immense pleasure but there are sometimes when I feel stressed up so to relax myself I travel to new places, meet new people and try to adopt their culture. Most of the time I like to travel hills as it helps me to relax and enjoy our nature beauty. For being a good therapist and to deal with all the difficulties I always prefer to be good listener and have good patience that is what my strength is. I also work as a social worker and the Founder of thesocialphysiofitnessclub and PHYSIO FIT INDIA. In last I just want to say that " I believe that physical therapy is not just a therapy but actually a remedy which not only make you physically fit but also adds happiness, joy and more days to your life." So don't just sit and thought now it's time to stand and work on yourself.

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