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Test Your Knowledge 46 - 10/24/2011 Answers
1. Raynaud's phenomenom without a causative disorder is known as:
a. A hemangioma
b. An aneurysm
c. Raynaud's disease
d. None of the above
2. Why type of tumor is independently growing with blood channels that likely originate from embryonic rudiments of mesodermal tissue?
a. ganglion
b. hemangioma
c. Bone mass
d. Glomus
3. Which is not a way that venous insufficiency is treated in a replanted digit?
a. elevatin
b. loosening of all the dressings
c. application of leaches
d. all of the above can be used
4. Which of the following might be a complication that can occur following the replantation of a major limb?
a. infection
b. soft tissue loss
c. diminished sensation
d. chronic pain
e. all of the above could be complications
5. What is the most common location in the hand for a giant cell tumor of bone?
a. distal radius
b. humerus
c. ulna
d. all of the above
6. A herniation of fluid from a joint or tendon sheath contained in a balloon-shaped pouch is what type of cyst?
a. dupuytrens
b. sarcoid
c. ganglion
d. osteophyte
7. An angular deformity of the digit in the coronal plane cause by abnormally shaped tubular bone in the digit is termed:
a. kirner's
b. windblown hand
c. camptodactyly
d. clinodctyly
8. What is the most common carpal coalition?
a. LT
b. ST
c. CS
d. None of the above
9. Which of the following is NOT in the top 3 commonly retained foreign bodies in the hand
a. wood
b. glass
c. metal
d. sand
10. Which is NOT one of the 3 most common devices responsible for high-pressure injection injury?
a. grease gun
b. spray gun
c. nail gun
d. diesal fuel injector
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