1 >>Tuberculosis of spine best diagnostic modality is: ?
- (A) Clinical
- (B) X-ray
- (C) MRI
- (D) CT guided biopsy
2 >>Tuberculosis Bone Is due to? ?
- (A) Paucibacillary and hematogenous
- (B) Multibacillary and hematogenous
- (C) Paucibacillary and lymphatic
- (D) Multibacillary and lymphatic
3 >>A 35-year-old lady with chronic backache. On X-ray she had a D12 collapse. But Inter vertebral disk space is maintained. All are possible except: ?
- (A) Multiple myeloma
- (B) Osteoporosis
- (C) Metastasis
- (D) Tuberculosis
4 >>Poor prognostic factors in pott’s paraplegia: ?
- (A) Acute onset of paraplegia
- (B) Sudden progression of paraplegia
- (C) Motor paralysis alone
- (D) Long standing paraplegia
5 >>Earliest feature of spinal tuberculosis is: ?
- (A) Gibbus
- (B) Muscle spasm
- (C) Pain
- (D) Psoas abscess
6 >>The most common sequelae of tuberculous spondylitis in an adolescent is ?
- (A) Fibrous Ankylosis
- (B) Bony-Ankylosis
- (C) Pathological dislocation
- (D) Chronic osteomyelitis
7 >>Tuberculosis of the spine commonly affects all of the following parts of the vertebra except ?
- (A) Body
- (B) Lamina
- (C) Spinous process
- (D) Pedicle
8 >>A 46-year-old, known alcoholic, presented with pain in the dorsal spine. On examination there is tenderness at the dorso-lumbar junction. Radiograph shows destruction of the 12th dorsal vertebra and L1 vertebra with loss of disk space between D12 – L1 vertebra. The most probable diagnosis is: ?
- (A) Metastatic spine disease
- (B) Pott’s spine
- (C) Missed trauma
- (D) Multiple myeloma
9 >>In tuberculosis of spine, which one of the following is not a cause for Paraplegia? ?
- (A) Stretching of spinal cord in gibbus deformity
- (B) Spinal artery compression
- (C) Compression by granulation tissue
- (D) Edema of spinal cord
10 >>The 1st sign of TB is ?
- (A) Narrowing of intervertebral space
- (B) Rarefaction of vertebral bodie
- (C) Destruction of Iaminae
- (D) Fusion of spinous processes
11 >>Cold abscess in chest wall is most common due to ?
- (A) T.B spine
- (B) T.B rib
- (C) T.B pelvis
- (D) T.B pleura
12 >>Tuberculosis of the spine starts in: ?
- (A) Vertebral body
- (B) Nucleous pulposus
- (C) Annulus fibrosis
- (D) Paravertebral fascia
13 >>The most common type of spinal tuberculosis is: ?
- (A) Anterior
- (B) Posterior
- (C) Central
- (D) Paradiscal
14 >>Commonest site for tuberculous spondylilis is: ?
- (A) T12/L1
- (B) C6-7
- (C) L4-5
- (D) S1-2
15 >>The most common cause of kyphosis in a male is: ?
- (A) Congenital
- (B) Tuberculosis
- (C) Trauma
- (D) Secondaries
16 >>The commonest infective lesion of the spine in India is: ?
- (A) Pyogenic infection
- (B) Fungal
- (C) T.B.
- (D) Typhoid
17 >>The ideal surgical treatment for Pott’s paraplegia is: ?
- (A) Laminectomy and decompression
- (B) Anterior decompression and bone grafting
- (C) Anterolateral decompression
- (D) Costotransversectomy
18 >>The most common cause of paraplegia of early onset of Tuberculosis of spine is: ?
- (A) Spinal artery thrombosis
- (B) Sudden collapse of vertebra
- (C) Sequestrum pressing on cord
- (D) Cold abscess pressing on the cord
19 >>Surgical treatment in Pott’s spine is indicated if there is: ?
- (A) Progressive loss of function in spite of medical treatment
- (B) No improvement in motor power in spite of 3 months of treatment
- (C) There is no improvement in fever in 3 months of treatment
- (D) Patient who is an adult or middle age
20 >>Short long bones of hand and foot are commonly infected by the following organism: ?
- (A) Pyogenic
- (B) Tuberculous
- (C) Fungal
- (D) All of the above