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Test Your Knowledge 44 - 7/25/2011 Answers
1. A bony prominence arising at the base of the second or third carpometacarpal join is called a:
a. Preisers disease
b. Carpometacarpal boss
c. Ganglion
d. Space of Parona
2. Stenosis tenosynovitis of the second dorsal extensor compartment involving the radial wrist extensors as they pass beneath the muscle bellies of the EPB and APL is:
a. Dequervains
b. Medial epicondylitis
c. Intersection syndrome
d. Lateral epicondylitis
3. An avulsion of the FDP tendon from its insertion at the distal phalanx, resulting in a loss of DIP joint flexion is termed:
a. Jersey finger
b. EPL tendonitis
c. FDP tendonitis
d. None of the above
4. Folds of mesotenon that carry blood supply to the FDS and the FDP tendons are termed:
a. Paronychia
b. Sagitall bands
c. vincula
d. None of the above
5. The fibrous proxmimal border of the supinator muscle that acts as a tight band under which the posterior interosseous nerve passes to enter the supinator.
a. ligament of struthers
b. TOS
c. arcade of Froshe
d. none of the above
6. How long is a amputated digit viable for?
a. 6 hours of warm ischemia
b. 8 hours of warm ischemia
c. 10hours of warm ischemia
d. 12 hours of warm ischemia
7. Whichis NOT an absolute indication for attempted replantation?
a. amputation of thumb
b. amputation of multiple digits
c. pediatric amputation of any kind
d. all of the above are absolute indications for replantation.
8. What is the first step to replantation of an amputated finger?
a. wound debridement
b. identify arteries, nerves and veins
c. bone stabilization
d. flexor tendon repair
9. A malignant tumor consisting of a sarcomatous stroma and neoplastic cartilage formation is a:
a. Acrometastasis
b. Osteognic sarcoma
c. Chondrosarcoma
d. Ewing's sarcoma
10. Which of the following is NOT a feature of a malignent bone tumor of the hand or wrist?
a. night pain
b. rapid growth
c. destructive radiographic appearance
d. all of the above are features of the above stated
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