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Test Your Knowledge 2 - 3/15/2007 Answers
1. In a boutonniere deformity from the synovitis (RA), the lateral bands typically sublux…
A. Dorsally
B. Volarly
C. They do not sublux
D. Distally
2. A patient is known to have a fx of the ulnar styloid, what other structure might be likely avulsed or injured?
A. FCU
B. EDC
C. TFCC
D. SL
3. With power grip and rotation, an ulnar variance is...
A. unchanged
B. More positive
C. More negative
D. all of the above
4. Which portion of the TFCC articular disc is avascular?
A. Central
B. Peripheral
C. both A and B
D. Neither A or B
5. Dissociation of the scapholunate ligament can produce a pattern called a
a. TISI
b. VISI
c. LISI
d. DISI
6. What is the normal loading pattern for the carpus on the distal radius?
A. 50% through distal radius and 50 % ulna
B. 80% through distal ulna and 20 % radius
C. 80% through distal radius and 20 % ulna
D. None of the above
7. What is the primary stabilizer of the distal radial ulnar joint (DRUJ)?
A. ECRL
B. TFCC
C. SL
D. Interosseous membrane
8. A Chauffeurs' Fx is a…
A. Comminuted 2nd metacarpal
B. Fx of the distal ulna
C. Fx of radial styloid
D. Hook of the Hamate fx.
9. Describe a Monteggia fx
A. radial fx with ulna dislocation
B. distal radius and ulna fracture
C. Fx. of radial shaft with dislocation
D. ulna fx with dislocation of radial head
10. What type of exercises shorten the tendon?
A. Eccentric
B. Concentric
C. Isometric
D. Plyometric
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