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1

What would limit finger abduction

recurrent branch of median nerve
-deep branch of ulnar nerve

2

What would limit thumb opposition

median nerve damage

3

What could damage hand extension

radial nerve

4

What drug should not be given to a pt with gout and HTN

thiazide diuretic-->med causes hyperuricemia

5

What hormone causes spider angiomas?

estrogen

6

Cavernous hemangiomas

Von Hippel Lindau. Looks like blue compressible masses a few centimeters in size.

7

Patient gets arm pulled. Holds it at side with elbow extended and forearm pronated. What is injured?

annular ligament. Happens in kids because not yet thickened.

8

Baseball pitcher injury

ulnar collateral injury (stabilizes ulnohumeral joint)

9

Pt holds foot dorsiflexed and everted

tibial nerve injury

10

tibial nerve supplies cutaneous innervation of:

sole of the foot

11

skin of anterior thigh

femoral nerve

12

skin of medial leg

saphenous nerve, branch of femoral

13

medial foot skin innervation

superficial fibular nerve

14

dorsum of foot

superficial peroneal nerve

15

skin between first and second toe

deep peroneal nerve

16

In gunshot stabbing wound, okay to disclose info without consent?

Yes

17

Which "band" in the sarcomere does NOT contract?

A band==where there is thick fibers (and some overlap with actin fibers)

18

Which band only has actin filaments?

I band

19

Which band only has thick filaments?

H band

20

Pathophysiology of Ehler-Danlos

1. Procollagen peptidase deficiency (cannot cleave procollagen N and C termini)
2. Lysyl hydroxylase deficiencyCannot cross link individual triple helix collagen fibrils