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Test Your Knowledge 13 - 1/8/2008 Answers
1. Which nerve innervates the supinator?
a. PIN
b. AIN
c. Median
d. Ulnar
2. Grip span of a one handed tool should not exceed this amount:
a. I inch
b. 2 inch
c. 3 inch
d. 4 inch
3. What is the nerve to deep head of the FPB?
a. ulnar nerve
b. median nerve
c. radial nerve
d. AIN
4. Froment's' sign is associated with atrophy of this muscle
. abductor digiti minimi
. adductor pollicus
. abductor digiti quinti
5. The Watson shift test assesses competency of what ligament?
. LT ligamnet
. SL ligament
. RT ligament
. PL ligament
6. In Kienbock's Disease is the ulnar variance is:
a. Positive
b. Negative
c. None noted
d. all of the above
7. When assessing grip strength, the American Society of Hand Therapists recommends the following position of the wrist:
a. 0-30 degrees
b. 20- 40 degrees
c. 40 - 60 degrees
d. 50- 60 degrees
8. Which of the following does not describe Rolandos' Fx?
a. Comminuted intra articular fx of the base of the thumb metacarpal
b. Involves 3 part Fx at the thumb metacarpal base
c. More favorable prognosis than Bennett's' Fx
d. Often involves dorsal fragment with y or t Fx configuration
9. The Most important component of a prosthesis is the:
a. wrist unit
b. harness system
c. terminal device
d. socket
10. Radial inclination, or normal slope of the radius in which the radial portion is longer than the ulnar (medial) portion of the distal radius is:
a. ranges from 0 -18 degrees
b. ranges from 16 24 degrees
c. ranges from 25- 35 degrees
d. ranges from 35 -45 degrees
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