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He experiences excruciating knee pain and is unable to walk. The three structures most likely to be injured are the a. ACL and LCL and the lateral meniscus b. ACL, MCL and the medial meniscus c. PCL, LCL and the lateral meniscus d. PCL, MCL and the lateral meniscus 2. 25 year old hockey player experiences an anterior dislocation of the shoulder. Cutaneous sensation over the lower half of the deltoid muscle is impaired. These findings suggest damage to which of the following nerves? a. Axillary b. Median c. Musculocutaneous d. Radial 3. During an interview, a 34 year old psychiatric patient suddenly becomes aggressive. The patient is quickly taken into a quiet, private room and given an intramuscular inkjection of haloperidol in the upper outer quadrant of the buttock. The injection is given at this specific location to prevent daage to which of the following nerves? a. Common peroneal b. Lateral femoral cutaneous c. Obturator d. Sciatic 4. A 48-year old is admnitted to your rehabilitation facility 3 weeks after sustaining a spinal cord injury. The motor and sensory examination is as follows R motor L motor Deltoid 5 5 Biceps 5 5 Wrist extensor 5 5 Triceps 3 3 Finger flexors 1 1 Intrinsics 1 1 Hip flexors 0 0 Knee extensors 0 0 Dorsiflexors 0 0 Plantarflexors 0 0 Sensory exam revealed intact pinprick and light touch sensation through C7. Sensation is absent below C7 except for intact perianal sensation. What is the patient’s ASIA score? a. C7 ASIA B b. C6 ASIA B c. C6 ASIA C d. C7 ASIA C
there is weakness in lateral rotation and abduction of the arm. 9 to 12 months d. Damage to branches of the mental nerve b. Symmetric tonic neck c. Palmar grasp d. Seated in a chair and flexed forward 9. Plantar grasp 10. performing a physical examination. and reviewing her imaging studies. Standing erect and flexed forward c. Which reflex would you expect to find? a. Midportion of the shaft of the humerus 6. She reports that she is experiencing severe pain in the upper limb. She asks if there are any positions which would be better for her back while at work. Preliminary x-ray films showed an inferior disclocation of the humerus. Surgical neck of the humerus d. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the findings? a. Which is the most likely age of this infant? a. Sensation is normal on both sides of his face. She has dimished sensation on the lateral portion of the dorsum of her hand. he begins to cry incessantly. his smile is asymmetrical. 1 to 4 months b. Distal end of humerus c. It is determined that he has a benign tumor of the parotid gland and the tumor is excised. After surgical excision of the tumor. Examination reveals that she cannot extend her hand at the wrist. A 50 year old administrative assistant presents with low back pain. Asymmetric tonic neck b.5. Scaphoid b. you determine that her pain is likely discogenic. 5 to 8 months c. A 20 year old woman sees her baby cousin for the first time. Standing erect b. 13 to 16 months 7. Axillary? . A 38 year old woman slips on the sidewalk and falls. Seated in a chair d. A football player is examined by the team physician following a shoulder injury during a game. Which of the following is the most likely site of her fracture? a. Damage to branches of the hypoglossal nerve 8. You are asked to evaluate a 1 year old who is not yet walking but is developmentally appropriate. A 45 year old man has an obvious mass on the right side of his face. As she attempts to play with the infant. it is noted that the patient’s mouth drops on the right side and when asked to smile. After taking her history. The nerve most likely affected is the a. The patient is able to open and close both eyes normally and can wrinkle his forehead symmetrically and raise both eyebrows. Damage to branches of the infraorbital nerve c. Which postion exerts thje most pressure on the lumbar discs? a. On further examination. Damage to branches of the facial nerve d. hitting the ground with her right elbow.
Pronator quadratus 12. Radial d. Boutonniere deformity d. Hip flexion contracture b. Weakness of the gluteus minimus on the stance side 17. Pronator teres d. Radial nerve b. Suprascapular 11.b. Weakness of the gluteus medius on the nonstance side c. Mallet finger b. The distal phalanx rests in a flexed position. Median nerve b. Swan neck deformity c. In trendelenburg’s test. Jersey finger d. The metacarpophalangeal joints are hyperextended and the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints are flexed. the test is considered positive and it indicates a. A 20 year old male presents with loss of abduction and adduction of the fingers and has a benediction hand deformity. if the pelvis on the side of the nonstance leg falls. Median nerve . Weakness of the gluteus maximus on the stance side d. Radial nerve c. Trigger finger c. Thomas test is used to assess a. Gamekeepers thumb 15. Hip dislocation c. Brachioradialis c. which of the following nerves was most likely injured a. Ulnar nerve d. Hip fracture 16. a. Weakness of the gluteus medius on the stance side b. Anterior interosseous nerve 13. a. Dorsal scapular c. The following muscles are elbow flexors except a. This deformity results from the loss of intrinsic muscle action and the overaction of the extrinsic extensor muscles on the proximal phalanx of the fingers. Claw fingers b. Results from a rupture or avulsion of the extensor tendon where it inserts into the distal phalanx of the finger. A positive froment’s sign is indicative of injury to the a. Trigger finger 14. Hipe anteversion d. Brachialis b.
Both d. the neurologic level of injury is the most caudal levels at which both motor and sensory modalities are intact on both sides of the body. the neurological level is that which corresponds to the a. Wasting of the thenar eminence of the hand as a result of median nerve palsy a. Drop wrist deformity d. if the motor function is preserved below the neurologic level and at least half of key muscles below the neurological level have a muscle grade of 3 or more. Ingrown toenails 23.. B d.c. In the American spinal injury association impairment scale. and sacral levels S2-5). In cases where there is no key muscle available (i. A 22. It is classified as a. Sensory level b. Pressure ulcers c. Ape hand c. Motor level c. Weakness of the quadriceps. Bishop’s hand b. Bladder distention d. L3 19. Posterior interosseous nerve 18. Abductor pollicis longus and extensor pollicis brevis b. Finkelstein test is used to determine the presence of De Quervain’s disease which indicates tenosynovitis of a. Z deformity of the thumb 21. D b. Adductor pollicis and extensor pollicis brevis 20. None of the above . Fecal impaction b. T2-L1.e. C c. and brevis would indicate involvement what nerve root a. adductor longus. L4 d. Ulnar nerve d. L5 c. In SCI. cervical levels at and above C4. magnus. The most common cause of autonomic dysreflexia in spinal cord injury a. Adductor pollicis and extersor pollicis longus c. S1 b. Abductor pollicis longus and extensor pollicis longus d.
Posterior spinal cord syndrome b. Plantaris 28. Conduction d. Rigidity b. 1 b. 14 c. 3 d. the patient’s ulcer is classified as stage a. You make the diagnosis of a. A 65 year old male presents with right sided weakness and right central facial palsy. withdraws to pain. Defined as a motor disorder characterized by a velocity-dependent increase in tonic stretch reflexes a. Clonus 27. What type of aphasia does the patient have? a. Patient has impaired fluency expression. Extensor digitorum longus c. Which tendon was likely ruptured? a. Transcortical sensory c. A 15 year old male came in at the ER and upon examination there was spontaneous eye opening. 4 26. An 80 year old man with peripheral neuropathy and multiple medical conditions fell at home and was found several hours later. Anterior spinal cord syndrome d.24. Spasticity c. During your initial consultation you notice a skin ulcer in which the entire thickness of the skin is involved without involvement of the underlying fascia. Broca’s 29. A patient with painful swelling in the distal calf cannot plantar flex at the ankle with any power. 15 b. She has a new finding of 1/5 strength in her lower extremities but retained proprioception and vibratory sense. Tremors d. According to the National Pressure Ulcer advisory Panel. Conversion disorder 25. 12 . repetition and naming but comprehension is mildly impaired. Extensor hallucis longus d. Central cord syndrome c. and he converses but was noted to be disoriented. Calcaneal b. He was admitted to the hospital for a sacral insufficiency fracture and failure to thrive. What is the GCS score? a. 13 d. A 60 year old woman is seen in consultation by your rehabilitation team after elective surgery. 2 c. Transcortical motor b.
APL and OP d. Dystonia b. superior tarsal 35. Radiologic Hallmarks of osteoarthritis a. None of the above 33. Athetosis 37. subchondral cyst formation c. Supination of the hand and forearm would be diminished by loss of radial nerve function.30. He is noted to have a slow. Brachialis b. EPB and APL b. orbicularis oculi d. A 56 year old man with cerebral palsy is evaluated in your clinic. None of the above 34. Which term correctly describes this movement? a. a patient develops Bell’s palsy. De Quervain’s tenosynovitis involves the following a. All of the above? 31. A and B d. Middle 3rd b. what muscle is affected? a. A patient is unable to wink. Chorea c. Lateral 3rd c. Most common location of clavicular fractures a. EPB and EPL c. One of the symptoms was hyperacusis. Facial b. worm-like movement in his arms. The following are factors that determine prognosis in traumatic brain injury a. decreased joint space b. namely: a. Age >5 years old d. Frontalis b. Oculomotor d. Duration of postrraumatic amnesia c. As a result of meningitis. Medial 3rd d. Trigeminal 36. But one very powerful supinator would remain intact and unaffected. Duration of coma b. Glossopharyngeal c. levator palpebrae superioris c. writhing. What nerve was involved? a. Myoclonus d. Brachioradialis . EPB and FPL 32.
Musculocutaneous d. the most commonly dislocated carpal bone is a. When falling on an outstretched hand. Radial . Capitate 40. Median c. Supinator 38. Biceps brachii d. Development of “tennis elbow” (lateral epicondylitis) involves the origin of which muscle? a. Abductor pollicis longus b.c. Axillary b. Scaphoid b. The anterior interosseous is a branch of which nerve? a. Extensor carpi radialis brevis 39. Lunate d. Trapezoid c. Brachioradialis d. Anconeus c.