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Test Your Knowledge 45 - 9/5/2011 Answers
1. Which sagital band is most commonly torn?
a. ulnar sagital band
b. radial sagital band
c. both radial and ulnar band
d. none of the above
2. In a swan-neck deformity the PIP is:
a. hyperextended
b. flexed
c. neutral
d. none of the above
3. What is the lunula?
a. the junction of the nail bed and the skin at the distal aspect of the finger
b. the bulk of the nail plate
c. a crescent shaped white area in the proximal nail which is visible
d. none of the above
4. Which of the following is NOT a complaint following a fingertip amputation?
a. Cold inolerance
b. Diminished sensation
c. Hypersensitivity
d. None of the above
5. Which of the following is NOT a physical sign of inflammation?
a. Erythema
b. Edema
c. Pain
d. Heat
e. All of the above are
6. An autograft is from:
a. the patient
b. from another human being
c. usually porcine skin
d. none of the above
7. The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve is the terminal sensory branch of which nerve?
a. radial
b. ulnar
c. median
d. musculocutaneous
8. Which of the following factors is NOT a known risk factor for CTS
a. female gender
b. pregnancy
c. obesity
d. smoking
e. all of the above are risk factors
9. Which of the following is not in Guyon's canal?
a. ulnar nerve
b. ulnar artery
c. median nerve
d. all of the above are in Guyons canal
10. Which of the following in NOT a common site of compression for the radial nerve?
a. fibrous bands
b. arcade of Froshse
c. lacertus fibrosis
d. medial border of the ECRB
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