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Radiological signs characteristic of perthes disease are:
a. Increase density of the epiphysis.
b. Fragmentation of the epiphysis.
c. Head is flat in shape.
e. Dislocation of the head of the hip joint.
f. All of the above **
Ladder step deformity characteristic of fracture clavicle
a. Medial fragment is displaced downward below lateral
b. Lateral fragment is displaced foreword while medial is
c. Dislocation of sternoclavicular joint gives ladder step
d. Dislocation of acromio-clavicular joint.
e. Lateral fragment is displaced downward and foreword
by weight of the upper limb while medial fragment is
displaced upward and
Treatment of T.B arthritis of the knee include:
a. Antituberculous treatment with polyvitamins.
b. Rest in bed with immobilization of the knee in a splint
for 3-6 months.
c. If x-ray is normal after 3 ms we start active movements.
d. If x-ray shows bone destruction, we continue
immobilization for 3-6 months again.
e. Arthrodesis by Charnley’s intra-articular compression is
done at age of 16 years,
f. Artificial knee prosthesis may be used recently.
g. All **
Characteristic features of acute compartment syndrome
in the lower leg include
a. gross swelling
b. normal pulses **
c. normal sensation distally
d. acute pain on employing the stretch test
e. venous occlusion
Old age with painful hip, increased with walking & associated with morning stiffness, so the diagnosis is ?
b) Osteoarthritis **
d) septic arthritis
Old age with…., & spine x-ray showed ankylosing spondylopathy, what is the management?
a) Injection of subdural steroid.
b) Back splint.
c) Physiotherapy **
The commonest nerve injury associated with humours fracture is:
a) Radial nerve **
Adult with osteoporosis, what is the treatment?
a) Ca & folic acid **
Pseud-gout is :
a) CACO3 **
d) None of the above
Old male complaining of right hip pain on walking the pain increased at the end of day when he wake up in morning he complaining of joint pain and stiffness
a) Osteoarthritis **
The most common fracture in osteoporosis :
a) Colles fracture (if prior 75 y)
b) Fracture neck of femur
c) Shaft of femur
d) Hip fracture (if over 75 y) **