Q:-Median nerve supplies all muscles of the thumb except : (A)Abductor-pollicis-brevis (B)Flexor-pollicis brevis (C)Opponens pollicis (D)Adductor pollicis…….ans Median nerve injury at “wrist”, is commonly tested by :- (A)Contraction of abductor pollicis brevis…….ans (B)Contraction of flexor pollicis brevis (C)Loss of sensation on palm (D)Loss of sensation on ring finger The median nerve is vulnerable to division from… Continue reading Median nerve.. MCQ??
The term eczema and dermatitis are synonymous. They refer to distinctive reaction pattern in the skin, which can be either acute or chronic. Acute eczema Ø Redness, swelling, usually with ill defined margins. Ø Papules, vesicles and more rarely large blisters. Ø Exudation and cracking. Ø Scaling. Chronic eczema Ø Many show all of the above features, though it is usually… Continue reading Eczema
Vertigo: sensation of spinning around or of seeing nearby objects revolve. Vertigo tends to be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, headache, or sweating. Diseases of the cerebral cortex, eye muscles, or cerebellum can cause true vertigo, but such diseases are rare. Inflammation, infection, or other diseases of the semicircular canals of the inner ear, such as… Continue reading Vertigo
Signs and Symptoms of Facet joint syndrome The signs of Facet joint syndrome are 1. Local paraspinal tenderness; 2. Pain on hyperextension, rotation, and lateral bending; 3. Absence of neurologic deficit; 4. Absence of root tension sign; and hip, buttock, or back pain with straight leg raising .Symptoms include1. Hip and buttock pain, 2. Cramping… Continue reading Facet joint syndrome
1-American Thoracic society score (ATS): Grade 0:- No breathlessness except with strenuous exercise. Grade 1:- Breathlessness when hurrying on the level or walking up a slight hill. Grade 2:- Walks slower than people of the same age on the level because of breathlessness or has to stop for breath when walking at own pace on level. Grade 3:- stop… Continue reading Grades of Dyspnea