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Post Test

1) Identify the fracture pattern shown in the image below.



Distraction
Bayonet Apposition
Oblique
Simple Transverse


2) Identify the fracture alignment shown in the image below.



Valgus
Varus
Lateral Displacement
Medial Displacement


Questions 3-7: Please refer to the following image.



3) Identify the object labeled "3" in the above image.

Radius
Ulna
Scaphoid
Trapezium

4) Identify the object labeled "4" in the above image.

Radius
Ulna
Scaphoid
Trapezium

5) Identify the object labeled "5" in the above image.

Pisiform
Scaphoid
Lunate
Capitate

6) Identify the object labeled "6" in the above image.

Pisiform
Scaphoid
Lunate
Capitate

7) Identify the object labeled "7" in the above image.

1st Metacarpal
1st Proximal Phalanx
5th Metacarpal
5th Proximal Phalanx


8) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Boxer's Fracture
Scaphoid Fracture
Bennett Fracture
Colles Fracture

9) When evaluating the fracture shown in the question above, what secondary fracture should also be looked for?

Proximal Radius Fracture
Ulnar Styloid Process Fracture
Pisiform Fracture
None of the Above


10) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Boxer's Fracture
Scaphoid Fracture
Bennett Fracture
Colles Fracture


11) What abnormalities of the elbow can be observed in the image below?



Ulnar Fracture Only
Radial Fracture Only
Ulnar Fracture and Radial Head Dislocation
Radial Fracture and Ulnar Head Dislocation

12) Based on your findings, what fracture is shown in the above image?

Monteggia Fracture
Galeazzi Fracture
Midshaft Radial Fracture
None of the Above


13) Name the abnormality shown in the image below?



Supracondylar Fracture
Plastic Bowing Fracture
Radial Head Fracture
None of the Above

14) What other clinical finding(s) would you expect to find in a patient with the fracture shown above?

Bowing of the Forearm
Soft Tissue Abnormalities
Radial Head Diplacement
None of the Above


15) Name the abnormality shown in the image below?



Anterior Shoulder Dislocation
Anterior Inferior Shoulder Dislocation
Posterior Shoulder Dislocation
Luxatio Erecta Shoulder Dislocation

16) What anatomical structure can be easily damaged during a dislocation such as the one shown above?

Neurovascular Bundle
Humeral Head
Glenoid Cavity
None of the Above


17) Type I acromioclavicular joint separation is defined as a partial tear of the acromioclavicular ligament with no displacement. Under such conditions, x-ray of the region would be abnormal.

True
False


18) In cases of thoracic and lumbar spine compression fractures, CT is indicated for assessment of the spinal canal.

True
False


19) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Thoracic Compression Fracture
Spondylolysis
Spondylolisthesis
Lumbar Compression Fracture

20) In which demographic is the injury shown above most common?

Elderly Females
Elderly Males
Adolescent Athletes
Children Under Age 7

21) At which spinal level is the injury shown above most common?

C7
T10
L1
L5


22) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Femoral Neck Fracture
Posterior Hip Dislocation
Sacral Fracture
Malgaigne Fracture


23) What abnormalities of the pelvis can be observed in the image below?



Fracture of the Sacroiliac Joint
Fracture of the Ischiopubic Rami
All of the Above
None of the Above

24) Based on your findings, name the condition shown in the image above.

Femoral Neck Fracture
Posterior Hip Dislocation
Sacral Fracture
Malgaigne Fracture


25) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Bipartite Patella
Transverse Avulsion Patellar Fracture
Lateral Patellar Dislocation
Segond Fracture


26) How can a patellar fracture be distinguished from bipartite or multipartite patella?

Bipartite and multipartite patella have rougher edges that fit together.
Bipartite and multipartite patella have rounder edges that don't fit together as well.
Patellar fracture cannot be distinguished from bipartite or multipartite patella on x-ray.


27) A patient is known to have a torn ACL and presents for x-ray examination of the knee. Which of the following findings is often associated with a torn ACL?



A
B
C
B&C
All of the Above


28) Name the abnormality shown in the image below.



Tillaux Fracture
Maisonneuve Fracture
Ankle Joint Effusion
Talo-Calcaneal Coalition

29) Give the specific name for the fracture type shown in the image above.

Compression
Comminuted
Avulsion
Pathologic


30) A Jones Fracture specifically refers to a fracture of which metatarsal?

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th


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