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Psittacosis occurs most commonly when in contact with
a) cats
b) rodents
c) dogs
d) birds

d) birds


Bouchard's nodes, Heberden's nodes, and non-inflammatory joints are all characteristic of
a) RA
b) DJD
c) myasthenia gravis
d) ganglion cyst

b) DJD


Which muscle is most affected by myositis ossificans?
a) cremaster
b) biceps
c) rectus femoris
d) soleus

c) rectus femoris


Which of the following is a sign of tertiary syphilis?
a) Argyll Robertson Pupil
b) gout
c) pneumonia
d) Freidrich's ataxia

a) Argyll Robertsson Pupil


Chondrocalcinosis is
a) gout
b) Raynauds
c) gonorrhea
d) psuedogout

d) psuedogout


Duchenne'ss muscular dystrophy is not associated with
a) high CPK levels
b) winged scapula
c) neuroblastoma
d) low blood presssure

c) neuroblastoma


Abnormal sensations in the legs and arms accompanied by weakness is a symptom of your patient. This disease is characterized by demyelination
a) plague
b) myocardiac infarction
c) polio
d) multiple sclerosis

d) MS


Tabes dorsalis is most commonly found with
a) primary syphilis
b) secondary syphilis
c) tertiary syphilis
d) gonorrhea

c) tertiary syphilis


Poliomyelitis is caused by a
a) virus
b) bacterium
c) parasite
d) fungi

a) virus


Hangman's fracture is a fracture of both ______ of ______
a) pedicles, C2
b) pedicles, C1
c) spinous processes, C4
d) spinous processes, C7

a) pedicles, C2


Damaged substantia nigra, accompanied by decrease levels of dopamine would lead to which disease?
a) Parkinson's
b) osteoarthritis
c) myasthena gravis
d) Reiter's syndrome

a) Parkinson's


_________ disease affects the spine and SI joints. HLA-B27 is positive
a) Reiter's
b) Marie-Strumpell
c) Parkinson's
d) Still's

b) Marie-Strumpell


An unsuspecting person slips on ice in front of his local convenience store. He then falls on his right hand breaking the distal radius. Which type of fracture would this correctly be diagnosed as?
a) Clay Shoveler's
b) Pott's
c) Smith's
d) Colles'

d) Colles'


The cervical ring of the atlas bursts in this type of fracture. This fracture occurs by diving into a shalow pool or diving head first into concrete
a) Smith's
b) torus
c) Hangman's
d) Jefferson

d) Jefferson


Which is not associated with Reiter's syndrome?
a) dermatitis
b) conjunctivitis
c) arthritis
d) urethritis

a) dermatitis


A simple fracture is referred to as:
a) open
b) closed
c) torus
d) none of the above

b) closed


Xeropthalmia and nyctalopia are associated with deficiency of vitamin _____
a) A
b) D
c) K
d) E

a) A


Vitamin A toxicity can lead to joint pain and
a) loss of smell
b) patches of temporary baldness
c) fever
d) loss of vision

b) patches of temporary baldness


The sympathetic division is made up of ______spinal nerves
a) T1-L2
b) C1-T12
c) C4-L2
d) T12-L5

a) T1-L2


The deltoid muscle is innervated by the
a) axillary n
b) radial
c) ulnar
d) median

a) axillary n


The axillary n supplies the _______ muscle
a) trapezius
b) deltoid
c) pectoralis major
d) teres major

b) deltoid


Which is not innervated by the musculocutaneous n.?
a) deltoid
b) brachialis
c) biceps
d) coracobrachialis

a) deltoid


The latissimus dorsi is innervated by
a) thoracodorsal n
b) median n
c) long thoracic n
d) musculocutaneous n

a) thoracodorsal n


The ciliary body of the eye is located in the ______
a) anterior chamber
b) posterior chamber
c) vitreous chamber
d) sclera

b) posterior chamber


The femoral n can be found at the ______ of the lumbar plexus
a) anterior division L2-4
b) anterior division L1-3
c) posterior division L2-4
d) posterior ddivision L1-3

c) posterior division L2-4


All of the following are innervated by the obterator n except:
a) adductor longus
b) gracilis
c) obterator externus
d) sartorius

d) sartorius


The precentral gyrus is found in the ______ lobe of the brain
a) frontal
b) parietal
c) occipital
d) temporal

a) frontal


Which is characterized by copper buildup in the kidney
a) osteopetrosis
b) osteochondritis dessicans
c) Wilson's disease
d) Marfan's syndrome

c) Wilson's disease


Spider-like fingers and legs, flatfeet, hernias are common symptoms. This connective tissue disorder is seen commonly in very tall, thin patients. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
a) Huntington's disease
b) Marfan's syndrome
c) neurofibromatosis
d) Burkitt's lymphoma

b) Marfan's syndrome