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Ortho Quiz

Ortho Quiz by Steven L. Kleinfield DC, FACO 1. The name of the Orthopedic Test in which the examiner passively spreads the patient’s fingers apart and then asks the patient to bring their fingers together againwhile looking to see if the little finger can actually squeeze is called: a. Pinch…

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Answers to Ortho Quiz 1. The name of the Orthopedic Test in which the examiner passively spreads the patient’s fingers apart and then asks the patient to bring their fingers together againwhile looking to see if the little finger can actually squeeze is called: c. Wartenberg’s Sign Orthopedic Physical Assessment…

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Ortho Quiz June 2018

Ortho Quiz by Steven L. Kleinfield DC, FACO 1. The most common type of cancer diagnosed in children ages 0-14 is: a. Leukemia b. Osteosarcoma c. Ewing’s Tumor d. Glioblastoma 2. The most common primary malignant tumor of bone is: a. Osteosarcoma b. Multiple Myeloma c. Paget’s Disease d. Chondrosarcoma…

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Answers to Ortho Quiz June 2018

Answers to Ortho Quiz 1. The most common type of cancer diagnosed in children ages 0-14 is: a. Leukemia https://www.cancer.gov/types/childhood-cancers/child-adolescent-cancers-fact-sheet 2. The most common primary malignant tumor of bone is: b. Multiple Myeloma Essentials of Skeletal Radiology by: Terry Yochum and Lindsay Rowe Vol 2 Pg 730 3. The second…

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Ortho Quiz March 2018

Ortho Quiz by Steven L. Kleinfield D.C., F.A.C.O. 1. Which statement regarding Talipes Equinovarus is incorrect: a. The foot rotates inward and downward b. The vast majority of these deformities are congenital in nature c. This condition is bilateral about 50% of the time d. Some patients may need to…

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Answers to Ortho Quiz   1. Which statement regarding Talipes Equinovarus is incorrect: e. All of the above are correct http://www.footeducation.com/page/clubfoot-deformity-talipes-equinovarus 2. A flexion deformity of both the PIPJ and DIPJ in the toes is better known as: b. Claw Toe http://www.footeducation.com/page/claw-toes 3. A flexion deformity of only the PIPJ…

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Ortho Quiz

Ortho Quiz by Steven L. Kleinfield D.C., F.A.C.O.   1. Which of the following is not considered to be causational for olecranon bursitis? a. Trauma b. Infection c. Gout d. Prolonged Pressure e. All of the above are considered causational f. None of the above are considered causational   2.…

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Answers to Ortho Quiz      1. e. All of the above can be considered causational https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/diseases–conditions/elbow-olecranon-bursitis      2. c. Shoulder Dislocation https://medisavvy.com/shoulder-dugas-test/      3. b. Allen’s Test https://www.thestudentphysicaltherapist.com/allens-test.html      4. c. Paget Disease https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/pagets-disease-of-bone/symptoms-causes/syc-20350811      5. d. Tension Headache  https://www.healthxchange.sg/head-neck/brain-nervous-system/three-types-primary-headaches

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Ortho Quiz

Ortho Quiz by Steven L. Kleinfield D.C., F.A.C.O. 1. Your patient has been told he has a L3/L4 prolapsed disc that was found on MRI. Which part of your patient’s dermatome evaluation will be most informative: a. Posterior thigh b. Dorsum of the foot c. Lateral aspect of the ankle…

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Answers to Ortho Quiz   1. d. Medial aspect of the ankle http://www.backpain-guide.com/Chapter_Fig_folders/Ch06_Path_Folder/4Radiculopathy.html 2. a. Patella https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4104583/ 3. d. Gouty Arthritis https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4104583/ 4. c. Emphysema http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/copd/expert-answers/barrel-chest/faq-20058419 5. b.Hyperresonant http://www.rnceus.com/resp/respperc.html

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