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Block B2 - Neuromusculoskeletal Problems


Anatomy
Office:Anatomy Building.
Lab:Rear of Anatomy Building.
Work-plan:None.
Pre-test:5 questions, short-answer.
Post-test:None.
Lab Report:None.


Previous Tests[edit]

Batch 2011[edit]

First version (from somebody's memory)[edit]

  1. Discectomy
  2. Laminectomy
  3. Spina bifida cystica with meningomyelocele > congenital talipes equinovarus (CTEV/Clubfoot)
  4. Spondylosis
  5. Whiplash injury
  6. Nursemaid's elbow > lig. Annularis
  7. Collum chirurgicum > n. Axillaris > innervates m. Deltoideus & m. Teres minor
  8. Superior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm
  9. Wrist drop < humerus shaft fracture
  10. N. Radialis
  11. Thumb cannot be made perpendicular to the hand
  12. N. Ischiadica > schialgia
  13. M. Piriformis > straight leg lift
  14. Flexion, endorotation, adduction
  15. Dislocation of hip joint, posterior
  16. Anterior cruciate ligament
  17. Burst fracture
  18. Genu valgum > lig. Collateral tibia/medial
  19. Lower motor neuron lesions
  20. C8 > thumb extension
  21. A. Spinalis anterior
  22. Drop foot > n. Fibularis communis
  23. Study also ALS, DCML, corticospinal, fasciculus gracilis and cuneatus and its pathways and functions.
  24. Motoric: Corticospinal tract - crossover at medulla spinalis
  25. Sensoric: ALS: pain & temperature, crossover at medulla spinalis
  26. DCML: vibration & proprioception, crossover in brain stem
    • fasciculus gracilis (below C6)
    • fasciculus cuneatus (above C6)

Second version (from somebody else's memory)[edit]

  1. Osteoarthrosis
  2. Muscle innervated by one of the branches of brachial plexus
  3. Wrist drop due to radial nerve palsy
  4. Lig. cruciate anterior
  5. Fasciotomy
  6. Discectomy
  7. Nursemaid fracture
  8. Annular ligament
  9. Fracture of the anatomical neck of the humerus: subcapital neck fracture
  10. Dislocation of the hip joint
  11. Trendelenburg sign
  12. Sciatica
  13. N. ischiadicus
  14. Muscle that compressed sciatic nerve: m. piriformis
  15. Genu valgum (knocked knee)
  16. Dorsiflextion of the foot
  17. Tibialis anterior
  18. Claw hand: ulnar nerve injury
  19. Anterolateral system (ALS)
  20. Dorsolateral fasciculus
  21. Nuc. gracilis
  22. Spina bifida cystica: meningomyelocele
  23. Anterior spinal artery
  24. Nervus fibularis communis
  25. Lasegue's sign is used to test for HNP.
  26. Cutaneous innveration of upper arm?

Batch 2011 Regular[edit]

  1. Shoulder separation
  2. Lig. conoideum
  3. Nursemaid fracture
  4. Spinal/epidural anesthesia
  5. Compartment syndrome
  6. A. tibialis posterior
  7. Fasciotomy
  8. L5-S1
  9. Crista illiaca
  10. Flaccid/spastic/mixed
  11. Galeazzi fracture
  12. Art. radioulnar
  13. N. musculocutaneus
  14. Lig. longitudinalis posterior
  15. Genu varum
  16. Lig. collaterale fibulare
  17. Spina bifida cystica with meningomyelocele
  18. Jefferson fracture
  19. Lig. transversum atlantis
  20. Quadraplagia
  21. Drawer test/sign
  22. Monteggia fracture
  23. Spondylolisthesis

Batch 2010[edit]

  1. a. tibialis posterior
  2. fasciotomy (cut fascia, relieve tension/pressure)
  3. compartment syndrome
  4. epidural block anesthesia (into epidural space L3/L4 or L4/L5)
  5. Jefferson fracture (anterior and posterior arch of C1 vertebrae)
  6. Moneggia (proximal 3rd of ulna with dislocation of radius head)
  7. Gracillis sinistra (thin layer at the inner thigh)
  8. ALS sinistra (Brown Sequard syndrome)
  9. Anulus fibrosus (intervertebral disk)
  10. Crista illiaca
  11. S1 achilles
  12. Nucleus pulposus is between? L5-S1 (remnant of notochord)
  13. Posterior cruciate ligament
  14. N. ischiadicus
  15. Movement.
  16. Cavovarus
  17. Genu valgum (knock knee, lateral)
  18. Lig. colateral tibial (medial knee)
  19. Fracture clavicula
  20. Lig. coracoclavicula, lig. conoideum.
  21. Hip dislocation
  22. T3 dexter
  23. Tabes dorsalis (syphilitic myelopathy, slow demyelination of sensory neurons that carry afferent info).
  24. Post. cord syndrome / central cord
  25. Truncus inferior
  26. Anhidrosis miosis (S/Ps)
  27. lig. transversalis atlantis
  28. n. medianus (carpal tunnel syndrome, can cause: priest hands, pronsetor syndrome)
  29. Opposition weakness
  30. meningomyelocele