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Test Your Knowledge 19 - 8/24/2008 Answers
1. Which phase of wound healing lasts around 72 hrs.
a. inflammatory
b. proliferative
c. maturation
d. none of the above
2. Which is the most commonly used T-test?
a. Single sample T-test
b. Paired group T-test
c. Independent T-test
d. One tailed T-test
3. How many degrees of freedom does the shoulder have?
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
4. The purpose of doing shoulder oscillations is to
a. Stretch the capsule
b. Provide proprioceptive awareness of the movement in specific directions
c. Apply traction to improve glenohumeral glide
d. None of the above
5. Which of the following are goals for shoulder impingement syndrome
a. Specifically identifying the involved tissue.
b. Controlling pain, inflammation, and spasm.
c. Controlling night pain
d. Preventing a frozen shoulder from resulting in pain, muscle spasm, & immobilization.
e. All of the above
6. For correcting contracture of the small joints of the hand, dynamic assist, what is the recommended range?
a. 50- 100 g recommendede
b. 100 -300g recommended
c. 300 - 500g recommended
d. 500- 600g recommended
7. Which is superior in the approach toward muscle soreness and spasm?
a. heat and stretch
b. cold and stretch
c. stretch and hold alone
d. Heat and stretch followed by cold application
8. Which is NOT a contraindication for the use of electrotherapy?
a. pacemakers
b. pregnancy
c. cancer
d. all of the above
9. What is the most commonly injured ligament in the wrist?
a. SL
b. LT
c. STT
d. BR
10. What test will be positive if the SL ligament is injured?
a. Ballotment test
b. Watson's test
c. Window washer test
d. TFCC load test
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