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Test Your Knowledge 3 - 3/27/2007 Answers
1. Heberden's nodes are more common in:
A. Men
B. Women
C. Children
D. Horses
2. What is another name for EPL rupture after chronic tenosynovitis and tendinous attrition?
A. Drummer's palsy
B. Mannerfelt syndrome
C. Preissers disease
D. Linbug's anomaly
3. Which is NOT a sign of Kanavel (flexor tenosynovitis)?
A. Tenderness over the flexor sheath
B. Flexed posture of the digit
C. Fusiform swelling of the digit
D. Pain on passive flexion of the digit
4. What bacteria should be considered in puncture wounds of people engaged in marine and freshwater activities?
A. Staph
B. Eikenella corrodnes
C. Candida albicans
D. Mycobacterium marinum
5. A closed space infection of the volar digital pulp describes a:
A. collar button abscess
B. Hansen's disease
C. felon
D. necrotizing fasciitis
6. What cord causes contracture of the MCP in Dupuytren's disease?
A. pretendinous cord
B. central
C. spiral
D. l;ateral
7. A fracture of the radial styloid is also referred to as a:
A. Colles fracture
B. Smith's fracture
C. Chauffeur's fracture
D. Barton's fracture
8. Which portion of the TFCC is avascular?
A. central
B. peripheral
C. the whole thing is avascular
D. none of it is avascular
9. Which carpal bone is most frequently fractured?
A. Trapezium
B. Trapezoid
C. Hammate
D. Scaphoid
10. What is the most common fracture in the hand?
A. Middle phalanx
B. Proximal phalanx
C. Distal phalanx
D. they are equally common
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