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MCQs For Master in Physiotherapy (MPT) Entrance Examination

Updated: Mar 7, 2023

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We are publishing a series of MCQ questions and answers for Physiotherapy and this is 3rd post of that series in which 25 MCQs in physiotherapy with explanatory answers. we will come up with lots of posts on different topics in the future.

All the MCQs in this quiz master are taken from the best competitive exam books so you can prepare yourself for your Master Physiotherapy (MPT) entrance test and other government entrance exams.


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1. In the Hip joint, ___________ dislocation is much more common:

a. Posterior

b. Anterior

c. Central

d. None of above


2. In which hand canes and walking sticks hold:

a. Affected limb

b. Opposite to the affected limb

c. None of the above


3. Which one of these is not considered a primary impairment following a stroke?

a. Aphasia

b. Edema

c. Impaired muscle tone

d. Impaired voluntary control


4. In poliomyelitis destruction occurs in:

a. Muscleral artery disease

b. Peripheral nerve

c. Anterior horn cells

d. Posterior horn cells


5. Cryotherapy contraindication:

a. Peripheral artery disease

b. Acute injury

c. Acute inflammation


6. Froment's test is done for

a. Intrinsic muscles

b. Abductor pollicis brevis

c. Adductor pollicis

d. Oppenens pollicis


7. The first respiratory defense mechanism are encountered in the

A) Mouth

B) Nose

C) Larynx

D) Trachea


8. This is a depression on the humeral head in its Postero-lateral quadrant, caused by impingement by the anterior edge of the glenoid on the head as it dislocates.

a. Bankart's lesion

b. Hill-such's lesion

c. Both

d. None of above


9. Following is the correct for Chopart's amputation:

a. Inter-tarsal

b. Tarsometatarsal

c. Carpometacarpal

d. None of above


10. All of the following in the gait cycle except:

a. Swing phase

b. Mid swing

c. Initial contact

d. Heal flat


11. Which Scale is used for check the level of Consciousness:

a. MMSE Scale

b. GCS Scale

c. CIQ Scale


12. Loss of axonal continuity with intact connective tissue coverings represents which type of nerve injury?

A) Neuropraxia

B) Axonotmesis

C) Neurotmesis

D) Neurolysis


13. Which muscles bilateral weakness patient use bilateral crutches:

a. Gluteus Medius

b. Gluteus Maximus

c. Quadriceps

d. Hamstrings


14. Muscle that moves the angle of mouth inferior and back

a. Platysma

b. Mentalis

c. Masseter


15. For graded exercise tests the increment of exercise should be of

A) 1 MET

B) 2 MET

C) 0.5 MET

D) 2.5 MET


16. In the Tracheotomy collar oxygen delivery system usually give a liter of oxygen.

a. 2-4 liter

b. 4-6 liter

c. 6-8 liter

d. 8-10 liter


17. Which of the following is the most appropriate orthosis for a patient with excessive foot pronation during static standing?

a. Scaphoid pad

b. Metatarsal pad

c. Metatarsal bar

d. Rocker bar


18. Prothotic thermoplastic material made from:

a. Low-temperature thermoplastic material

b. Medium temperature thermoplastic material

c. High-temperature thermoplastic material

d. Thermosetting plastic


19. Neuropraxia of the peripheral nerve where:

a. Wallerian degeneration occurs in 3 days

b. The degenerative changes are completed in 21 days

c. No wallererian degeneration take place

d. None


20. For meniscus injury there should be:

a. Shear of compressed knee

b. Torsion of compressed knee

c. Shear and torsion of knee

d. Torsion of extended knee


21. An example of a synovial joint is:

a. Intervertebral disc

b. Sternomanubrial joint

c. Sacroiliac joint

d. Distal tibulofibular joint


22. Positive adson's test indicates TOS due to

a. Scalene

b. Cervical rib

c. Reduced scapulo-clavicular angle

d. Tumour


23. Fracture shaft humerus is associated with:

a. Axillary nerve injury

b. Radial nerve injury

c. Brachial plexus injury.

d. Median nerve injury


24. One must avoid lying, during late pregnancy.

a. Supine

b. Side lying on left

c. Side lying on right

d. None


25. The lesion in Klumpke's paralysis is at:

a. Cervical plexus

b. Lower brachial

c. Upper brachial

d. Sacral plexus




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