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Test Your Knowledge 64 - 8/11/2014 Answers
1. Phalen's test assess for what diagnosis?
a. Guyons canal compression
b. Wrist tendonitis
c. Ulnar tunnel
d. CTS
2. What two forearm muscles are innervated by the ulnar nerve?
a. FCU and FDP
b. FCR and FDP
c. FCR and FDP
d. FCU and FDS
3. What is a "spilled tea cup" sign?
a. A dorsal scaphoid fracture
b. Dorsal rotation of the lunate on a lateral view of the wrist in a patient with a lunate dislocation
c. Volar rotation of the lunate on a lateral view of the wrist in a patient with a lunate dislocation<
d. A volar scaphoid fracture
4. Heberden's nodes are higher incidence in women. True or False
a. True
b. False
5. Bouchard's nodes are located at what joint level?
a. DIP
b. PIP
c. MP
d. IP of the thumb
6. What is the preferred surgical procedure for OA of the DIPJ?
a. Arthrodesis
b. Arthroplasty
c. Distal pinning
d. None of the above
7. Which pattern of degenerative arthritis is the most common?
a. Hemochromatosis
b. Triscahe arthritis
c. SLAC
d. None of the above
8. Why do tendon ruptures occur in the patient with RA?
a. attrition
b. infiltration
c. ischemia
d. All of the above
9. Which two finger deformities commonly occur in the patient with RA?
a. mallet and tendon rupture
b. boutonniere and mallet finger
c. mallet and swan neck
d. swan-neck and boutonniere
10. What provocative test is used to diagnose de Quervain's?
a. Tinel's
b. Linburg's syndrome
c. Finkelstein's
d. Phalen's
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