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Test Your Knowledge 12 - 12/15/2007 Answers
1. What is the most commonly injured CMC joint?
a. first
b. second
c. third
d. fourth
e. fifth
2. Carpal tunnel is caused by work what % of the time?
. 60- 90%
a. 5-47%
b. 1-2%
c. 50-60%
3. A patient cuts his fingertip but has no exposed bone which of the following is a good choice for closure?
a. primary closure
b. split thickness graft
c. healing by secondary intention
d. all of the above are appropriate
4. A primitive malignant tumor of bone consisting of uniform small cells with round nuclei but without a distinct cytoplamic border is:
a. chondrosarcoma
b. Ewing's Sarcoma
c. Giant cell tumor
d. Osteochondroma
5. Thrombosis of the ulnar artery in the area of Guyon's canal that is associated wit blunt trauma at the hypothenar eminance is termed:
a. Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome
b. Raynaud's
c. Adson's disease
d. Carson's disease
6. Which of the following flaps are commonly used in the upper extremity?
a. Transposition
b. Rotation
c. Cross finger
d. all
7. Which of the following is NOT a site of potential compression for pronator syndrome?
a. lacertus fibrosis
b. arcade of struthers
c. FDS
d. pronator teres muscle
8. What is the roof of the carpal canal?
a. transverse carpal ligament
b. hamate
c. skin
d. palmaris longus
9. What is the structure that surronds the nail plate termed?
a. eponychium
b. hyponychium
c. perionychium
d. none of the above
10. How many annular ligaments are in the digits?
a. 2
b. 5
c. 6
d. 8
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