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Orthopedics Practice Quiz Test

1 >>True about osteosarcoma: ?

  • (A) Involves epiphysis of long bones
  • (B) Most commonly involve knee and distal femur
  • (C) Spread to lung through hematogenous route
  • (D) Exclusively found in adolescent and early adult life

2 >>A 8-year-male progressive swelling upper end tibia-irregular, local temperature raised, variable consistency and ill defined margins: ?

  • (A) Giant cell tumor
  • (B) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (C) Osteogenic sarcoma
  • (D) Secondary metastasis

3 >>T’-10 Protocol’ for treatment of osteosarcoma includes all of the following, except: ?

  • (A) High dose methotrexate
  • (B) Bleomycin, Cyclophosphamide Doxorubicin (BCD)
  • (C) Vincristine
  • (D) Etoposide

4 >>All of the following investigations are needed for the diagnosis of osteosarcoma, except ?

  • (A) MRI of femur
  • (B) Bone marrow biopsy
  • (C) Bone scan
  • (D) CT chest

5 >>Management plan for osteogenic sarcoma of the lower end of femur must include: ?

  • (A) Radiotherapy, amputation, chemotherapy
  • (B) Surgery alone
  • (C) Chemotherapy + Limb Salvage Surgery + Chemotherapy
  • (D) Chemotherapy + Radiotherapy

6 >>Which of the following bone tumor present secondaries in lung with pneumothorax: ?

  • (A) Osteosarcoma
  • (B) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (C) Osteoclastoma
  • (D) Chondroblastoma

7 >>A 7-year-old boy presents with swelling and pain over tibia. On X-ray there is periosteal reaction in diaphysis. Probable diagnosis is: ?

  • (A) Osteomyelitis
  • (B) Chondroblastoma
  • (C) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (D) Osteosarcom

8 >>Most common site of Ewing’s sarcoma: ?

  • (A) Upper end of tibia
  • (B) Shaft of tibia
  • (C) Lower end of femur
  • (D) Shaft of femur

9 >>Maximum Incidence of Ewing’s occurs in ?

  • (A) 1st decade
  • (B) 2nd decade
  • (C) 3rd decade
  • (D) 4th decade

10 >>Small round cell tumor among the following: ?

  • (A) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (B) Chondrosarcoms
  • (C) Metastasis
  • (D) Rhabdomyosarcoma

11 >>Glycogen Positive cells are seen in: ?

  • (A) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (B) Chondrosarcoms
  • (C) Metastasis
  • (D) Rhabdomyosarcoma

12 >>Mass in anterior aspect of thigh fixed to bone the procedure to be carried out: ?

  • (A) Incisional biopsy
  • (B) Excisional biopsy
  • (C) FNAC
  • (D) Radiotherapy

13 >>Ewing’s most common age group ?

  • (A) 1st decade
  • (B) 2nd decade
  • (C) 3rd decade
  • (D) 4th decade

14 >>1st decade most common bone tumor: ?

  • (A) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (B) Chondrosarcoms
  • (C) Metastasis
  • (D) Rhabdomyosarcoma

15 >>PAS positive cells are seen in: ?

  • (A) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (B) Chondrosarcoms
  • (C) Metastasis
  • (D) Rhabdomyosarcoma

16 >>Mic 2 positive cells are seen in: ?

  • (A) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (B) Chondrosarcoms
  • (C) Metastasis
  • (D) Rhabdomyosarcoma

17 >>CD 99 is marker of: ?

  • (A) Dermatofibrosarcoma protruberans
  • (B) Ewing’s sarcoma
  • (C) Chondrosarcoms
  • (D) Metastasis

18 >>Ewing’s Sarcoma is associated with which genetic defect: ?

  • (A) 13q14
  • (B) c-myc
  • (C) Trisomy 8
  • (D) t(22,11)

19 >>Poor prognostic sign for ewing’s sarcoma is: ?

  • (A) Fever
  • (B) Age<12 years
  • (C) Grade
  • (D) Females

20 >>A 7-year-old boy with h/o trauma 2 months back now presents with fever and acute pain over thigh. On X-ray femoral shaft shows lesions with multiple laminated periosteal reaction next line of management: ?

  • (A) CRP measurement
  • (B) Core biopsy
  • (C) Tc99 MDP scan
  • (D) MRI

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