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Exam Title : Soft-tissue injuries, Nerve injuries and repair, Fractures and healing, principles of management


Number Of Question : 19
Question #1: After a brawl, a young male presented with inability to extend his distal interphalangeal joint. An X-ray was taken and was shown to be normal. What should be the next step in managing the patient?
Splint
Surgery
Wax bath
Ignore
Question #2: Myodesis is employed in amputations for all of the following indications except
Trauma
Tumor
childern
Ischemia
Question #3: A 12 years old boy presents with a symmetric, expansile cystic lesion in the proximal humerus. All of the following can be done for his treatment exept
Curettage
Intralesional steroids
Intralesional sclerosing agents
Radiotherapy
Question #4: H-reflex is useful in diagnosing
L3 radiculopathy
L4 radiculopathy
L5 radiculopathy
S1 radiculopathy
Question #5: Bohler’s angle is measured in the fractures involving
Calcaneum
Talus
Navicular
Cuboid