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Test Your Knowledge 5 - 5/14/2007 Answers
1. Traumatic TFCC tears are treated best by which procedure:
a. debridement
b. arthroscopic eattachment
c. open repair
d. all of the above are appropriate procedures
2. Which of the following is NOT a sign of CRPS:
a. swelling
b. stiffness
c. discoloration
d. all may be signs of CRPS
3. Which of the following is NOT a common deformity following a burn:
a. web space contracture
b. swan neck deformity
c. dorsal skin deficiency
d. nail deformities
4. What is the most common deformity encountered in the skiletally immature frostbitten hand?
a. PIPJ contractures
b. swan neck deformity
c. radial deviation of the small finger DIPJ
d. MP extension contractures
5. A closed space infection of the distal volar pulp is a:
a. felon
b. paronychia
c. cyst
d. collar button abscess
6. What is the success rate of a singe corticosteroid injection for an idiopathic trigger finger?
a. 10%
b. 20-30%
c. 40-90%
d. 90- 100%
7. What is the most reliable method for to provide pain relief and stability with surgical intervention for a rheumatoid wrist?
a. synovectomy
b. limied arthrodesis
c. arthroplasty
d. total arthrodesis
8. What is the preferred surgical intervention for OA of a DIPJ?
a. arthroplasty
b. arthrodesis
c. amputation
d. all of the above
9. An MRI is useful for evaluation which of the following conditions:
a. Occult fractures
b. Infection
c. Tendon disruption
d. all of the above
10. A spilled tea cup sign is indicative of what pathology:
a. peri-lunate dislocation
b. SLAC wrist
c. SNAC wrist
d. lunate dislocation
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