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Test Your Knowledge 28 - 8/18/2009 Answers
1. These carpal bones articulate with the lunate?
a. scaphoid, triquetrium, pisiform and capitate
b. scaphoid, triquetrium, and pisiform
c. scaphoid, capitate, triquetrium and trapezium
d. scaphoid, capitate, triquetrium, and hamate
2. Which muscle and nerve is involved in a "winged" scapula deformity?
a. serratus anterior and thoracodorsal
b. subscapularis and long thoracic
c. serratus anterior and long thoracic
d. levator scapular and dorsal scapular
3. What muscle is responsible for subluxation (dorsally and radially) of the first metacarpal in a Bennett's' fx?
a. EPB
b. APB
c. EIP
d. APL
4. Bone movement produced between 2 adjacent bones is called
a. arthrokinematic
b. osteokinematics
c. osteokinetic motion
d. arthrokinetic movement
5. Eccentric exercises......
a. shorten the tendon
b. lengthen the tendon
c. shorten first, then length the tendon
d. cut the tendons in 1/2
6. What type of exercises shorten the tendon?
a. eccentric
b. isometric
c. concentric
d. plyometric
7. Loss of motion with a radiocarpal fusion.
a. loss of forearm rotation at rad/ulnar joint
b. 55% of wrist ext/flex
c. 30% total wrist motion
d. 80% total wrist motion
8. Describe a Monteggia fx
a. radial fx with r u dislocation
b. distal radial fx with ulnar Fx
c. ulna Fx with dislocation of radial head
d. Fx of radial shaft with dislocation
9. In Smiths' Fx, the distal fragment is displaced
a. dorsal
b. volar
c. radial
d. ulnar
10. When the forearm lies slightly lateral to the humerus with full elbow extension (in anatomical position)
a. Abduction + position
b. vargus
c. valgus
d. collateral
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