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Test Your Knowledge 52 - 3/13/2012 Answers
1. What is the most common type of thumb duplication?
a. type 1
b. type 2
c. type 3
d. type 4
2. Which of the following is NOT a vasomotor change?
a. red
b. hot
c. pale
d. hyperhidrosis
3. What is advocated for the treatment of RSD
a. aggressive ROM
b. Hot packs on asenate hand
c. Mirror therapy
d. all of the above
4. Which is not a synonym for CRPS?
a. major causalgia
b. pain dysfunction syndrome
c. acute atrophy of bone
d. all of the above are synonyms
5. what is the most common carpal coalition?
a. scapholunate
b. Lunotriquetral
c. lunatocapitate
d. none of the above are common
6. Functional fracture bracing provides what?
a. rigid immobilization
b. semi-rigid immoblization
c. fracture alignment allowing controlled motion
d. full ROM around the fracture site
7. Pallor of the digits with or without cyanosis upon exposure to cold is:
a. raynaud's disease
b. raynaud's phenomenon
c. hypothenar hammer syndrome
d. glomus tumor
8. A benign vacular tumor is:
a. glomus tumor
b. ganglion cyst
c. dupuytren's disease
d. all of the above
9. An injury in which the axon is disrupted, and the endoneurium and perineurium may or may not be disrupted:
a. neurapraxia
b. axonotmesis
c. neurotmesis
d. none of the above
10. Which is NOT a site of nerve compression for the radial nerve?
a. fibrous bands
b. arcade of Froshse
c. leash of Henry
d. arcase of Struthers
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