Pediatric Musculoskeletal Quiz Part II Answers

Question 1: A supracondylar fracture of the humerus is likely if there is ... posterior displacement of the distal fragment such that the anterior humeral line does not bisect the middle third of the capitellum.

Question 2: Each of the following is true of Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) except ... DDH is more prevalent in males than females.

Question 3: Early radiographic findings in Legg-Calve-Perthes disease include a bone scan which reveals increased activity in the femoral epiphysis. - False

Question 4: Imaging findings seen in Clubfoot (or Talipes Equinovarus) include all of the following except ... Hindfoot valgus.

Question 5: Patients with Ollier disease have a higher rate of transformation to chondrosarcoma than do patients with Maffucci syndrome. - False

Question 6: Osteomyelitis in the pediatric population most often ... Shows a focal area of increased uptake in all three phases of a bone scan.

Question 7: Classic radiographic findings in Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis include all of the following except ... Paddle-shaped ribs.

Question 8: Radiographic findings in Achondroplasia include each of the following except ... A pelvis with tall, flared iliac wings and increased acetabular angless.

Question 9: The sclerotic metaphyseal bands (seen in cases of high lead exposure) are best shown in areas of rapid growth including the knees and wrists. - True

Question 10: Hemophilic Arthropathy can be distinguished from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis by the presence of epiphyseal overgrowth and widening of the intracondylar notch in the knee. - False

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