10 MCQs on Biomechanics (Part-VII)

In this article, we will solve 10 MCQs on Biomechanics (Part-VII). So, let’s get started.

Question and Answer (Correct answer in bold)

1. Piriformis muscle is inserted at:

  • (a) trochanteric fossa
  • (b) pectineal line
  • (c) greater trochanter
  • (d) quadrate tubercle

2. Loss of active dorsiflexion of ankle occurs in the injury of which of the following nerves?

  • (a) sciatic
  • (b) obturator
  • (c) femoral
  • (d) radial

3. All of the following are components of quadriceps muscle except:

  • (a) vastus medialis
  • (b) vastus lateralis
  • (c) vastus intermedius
  • (d) rectus femoris

4. The most powerful muscle of body is:

  • (a) quadriceps
  • (b) gluteus maximus
  • (c) gastrosoleus
  • (d) deltoid

5. Inversion of foot occurs at:

  • (a) ankle joint
  • (b) subtalar joint
  • (c) talonavicular joint
  • (d) tibiofibular joint

6. Hip joint is weakest in which of the following attitudes?

  • (a) neutral position
  • (b) flexion, adduction and external rotation
  • (c) flexion, adduction and internal rotation
  • (d) None of the above

7. The main dorsiflexor of foot is:

  • (a) tibialis anterior
  • (b) extensor digitorum longus
  • (c) extensor digitorum brevis
  • (d) extensor hallucis longus

8. In adduction deformity of hip. ASIS move in which direction:

  • (a) ASIS of affected hip move proximal
  • (b) ASIS of affected hip move distal
  • (c) ASIS of normal hip move proximal
  • (d) ASIS of normal hip move distal

9. Which of the following maneuver will bring the raised ASIS to normal level?

  • (a) adduction of normal hip
  • (b) abduction of normal hip
  • (c) adduction of diseased hip
  • (d) abduction of diseased hip

10. Tuber joint angle in normal adult is:

  • (a) 10 degrees
  • (b) 30 degrees
  • (c) 60 degrees
  • (d) 90 degrees

(Note: Correct answer in bold)

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