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Test Your Knowledge 14 - 2/1/2008 Answers
1. Name of primary receptor for constant touch in static 2 point discrimination
a. Merkel
b. Pacinian
c. Meisners
d. none of the above
2. Discriminative sensory reeducation can be initiated when this Semmes Weinstein fiber can be identified
a. 4.31
b. 3.22
c. 1.28
d. .67
3. What is the first sensation to return post nerve repair?
a. Hot/cold
b. Pain/temp
c. Light/deep
d. None of the above
4. 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. 0 - 18 degrees
b. 5 mm
c. ranges from 16 24 degrees
d. More than 24 degrees
5. Research term for a test which has reproducible results?
a. Allen's' test
b. accurate
c. normative
d. reliability
6. Number of annular pulleys of the digits
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5
7. The median nerve goes between 2 heads of this muscle when entering the proximal forearm
a. FCU
b. supinator
c. pronator
d. FCR
8. This nerve. goes between 2 heads of the supinator when entering the proximal forearm
a. radial
b. ulnar
c. median
d. all of the above
9. The Chi square test or the rank sum test may be used to evaluate specific forms of discrete data, i.e. when the data define frequency and there is one independent variable with two or more levels. These tests are known as:
a. Parametric tests
b. Nonparametric tests
c. Equivalent tests
d. Non equivalent tests
10. Sunderlands' first degree injury corresponds to which classification by Seddon
a. Neurotmesis
b. Axonotmesis
c. Neuropraxia
d. none of the above
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