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Test Your Knowledge 39 - 10/25/2010 Answers
1. What percent of ALS patients present with symptoms involving the upper extremity
a. 0
b. 33%
c. 66%
d. 100%
2. What is the main cause of cervical radiculopathy?
a. Spondylosis
b. ALS
c. Traumatic injury
d. all of the above are equal causes
3. What is an anatomic communication between the median and the ulnar nerves in the forearm?
a. SL disruption
b. Heberdens' nodes
c. Martin-Gruber connection
d. None of the above
4. Which nerve injury will result in "winging" of the scapula?
a. Thorocodorsal
b. Long thoracic
c. Musculocutaneous
d. None of the above
5. Which of the following are not contents of the carpal tunnel?
a. median n
b. FDS tendons
C. FDP tendons
D. FPL tendon
e. All are contents in the canal
6. Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for CTS:
a. smoking
b. alcoholism
c. hypothyroidism
d. all of the above are risk factors
7. Which view(s) should always be obtained in the evaluation of a patient with a wrist injury?
a. PA
b. lateral
c. oblique
d. all of these should be obtained
8. What radiographic view of the hand will demonstrate a fracture of the triquetrum?
a. PA
b. AP
c. lateral
d. All of the above are used
9. Which frractures involves doral angulation of the distal fragment?
a. smiths
b. chaufeurs
c. colles
d. none of the above
10. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a patient with osteoarthritis?
a. spurs
b. sclerosis
c. cyst formation
d. all of the above are characteristics of OA
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