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Test Your Knowledge 16 - 5/4/2008 Answers
1. Entrapment of this nerve is the proximal forearm and is called pronator syndrome.
a. Radial Nerve
b. Median nerve
c. Ulnar
d. PIN
2. Sunderlands' 3rd degree injury consists of injury to axon, myelin, and endoneurium but what remains intact?
a. Schwann cells
b. dendrites
c. mesoneurium
d. fascicles and perineurium
3. Axon growth rate is approx. how many mm per day?
a. .5mm - .1 mm a day
b. 3-5 mm per day
c. 5- 7 mm per day
d. 1 - 3 mm per day
4. A safety splint is an example of this class of lever?
a. first class
b. second class
c. third class
d. none of the above
5. Which of the following bony prominences is not involved in dorsal splinting
a. Ulnar styloid
b. Radial styloid
c. Pisiform
d. Metacarpal heads
e. all of the above are potentially involved
6. Heberdons' nodes are found in this type of arthritis?
a. RA
b. OA
c. Psoriatic
d. All of the above
7. Ideal temp used for paraffin TX?
a. 105-110 F
b. 110-115 F
c. 125-135 F
d. 150-160 F
8. Fluidotherapy should be set at what temp?
a. 99
b. 101
c. 118
d. 135
9. Refers to a process by which wound closes through natural Which refers to the process of contraction and re epithelialization and is preferred in conditions of contamination or infection.
a. surgical closure
b. sutures
c. primary intention
d. closure by secondary intention
10. Which is not a strategies or type of wound closure
a. primary closure
b. delayed primary closure
c. secondary intention
d. closure with flaps
e. all of the above are types of closure
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