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ROYAL INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES,

MULTAN
(DPT 1st Year 2015-20)
KINESIOLOGY
Students

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PART-I

Date:
90

Time

Quarter Test
31-05Paper
2016
2:30hrs

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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS


Allowed: 00:20mins

Time
[20x1=20

marks]

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Q.1 In human, WALKING is simplest exampleb)


c)
of _________ motion.
d)
a)
Axial
b)
Vertical
c)
Circular
d)
Pendular
Q.2 Two unequal forces acting at different
points
and
in
opposite
direction
produce___________ of the body:
a) Diagonal Motion
b) Linear Motion
c) Rotation
d) Equilibrium
Q.3 ____________ is defined as a system of
forces tending to separates parts of a body
combined with equal and opposite forces which
hold the parts together:
Tension
Torque
Momentum
Force
Q.4 If a body is given an initial displacement
and the forces acting upon it increase this initial
displacement, however small the later may be, the
body is said to be in __________ equilibrium:
a) Fixation
b) Stable
c) Neutral
d) Unstable
Q.5 A patient is receiving the exercises tips for
hamstring muscle group; Physiotherapist asked to
use her hamstring muscles in flexing the knee.
This muscles work represents example of
_________ order lever.
First

Second
Third
None of the above
Q.6 ___________ are those Exercises which are
performed by the patients own muscular efforts
without the assistance or resistance of any external
force other than that of gravity:
a) Free Exercises
b) Assisted Exercises
c) Resisted Exercises
d) Assisted Resisted Exercises
Q.7 Deltoid muscles contracts during shoulder
abduction, the action of the anterior and posterior
fibers of
the muscles being compounded to
work with the middle fibers & so increasing the
power of contraction this is concept of
___________________________:
a) Parallelogram of forces
b) Rotation of forces
c) Square of forces
d) Manual Muscle Testing
Q.8 Increase in curve of lumbar spine is called
__________________:
a) Kyphosis
b) Scoliosis
c) Lordosis
d) Hunched Back
Q.9 _____________ Suspension treatment is
used for relaxation and blood circulation
improvement.
a) Axial
b)
Vertical
c) Circular
d)
Pendular
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Q.10 Progressive Relaxation method was


c)
proposed by:
d)
a) Frank Booth
b) De-Lorme & Watkins
c) Laura Mitchell
d) Jacobson
Q.11 A 40 years male had a Road Traffic
Accident (RTA) and got compressed his spinal
cord at multiple levels. He is now bed ridden and
on assessment his upper and lower limb muscles
showed flicker movements. Which suspension
therapy technique will be suitable for his assisted
resisted exercise of limbs?
a) Axial
b) Vertical
c) Pendular
d) None
Q.12 If the muscle power of patient is above
______, the patient can go for against the gravity
exercises instead of suspension therapy exercises.
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5
Q.13 While performing Elbow flexion &
Extension the point of suspension is ________:
a) Medial Epicondyle of humerus
b) Lateral Epicondyle of humerus
c) Arm
d) Forearm
Q.14 In Hip abduction & Adduction the point of
suspension is taken _______________.
a) 4 inch from Lateral Mellolus
b) 2 inch above Hip joint
c) 2 inch below from Anterior Superior
Iliac
Spine (ASIS)
d) None of above
Q.15 The excursion of muscle, i.e. the amount of
shortening or lengthening possible during
contraction is estimated to be about ________ per
cent of the muscles maximum extended length:
a) 20
b) 30

40
50
Q.16 A Physical Therapist asked the patient to
perform medial and lateral rotation of the forearm;
this rotation is occurring about__________ axis
and ________ plane:
a) Horizontal, Vertical
b) Frontal, Sagittal
c) Vertical, Horizontal
d) Sagittal, Vertical
Q.17 In Free Exercises the external resistance
force is____________ only:
a) Zero
b) Gravity
c) No external resistance
d) Minimal assistance
Q.18 In Mechanics of Position the heels will be
lowered to the ground by the action of gravity
if:
a) Muscles Contract
b) Muscles remained Static
c) Muscles relax
d) All of above
Q.19 Passive movement of muscle works in
_________ to an external force:
a) Same direction
b) Opposite direction
c) Parallel direction
d) Null direction
Q.20 In MMT the grade 3 needs:
a)
Maximum resistance
b)
Submaximal resistance
c)
Gravity to accomplish
d)
Gravity elimination

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