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1

Label the following as either permeative, greographic, or moth-eaten


a.  Geographic

b.  Moth Eaten

c.  Permative

2

Osteopenia

3

Tear-Drop Fracture

4

DDD

5


 

Os Odontoideum

6

Scoliosis

7

Facet Joint Dislocation

8

DISH

9

Clay Shoveler's Fracture

10

Compression Fracture

11


 

Match the following pathologies with the correct radiologic finding

  • Spondylosis deformans: _________
  • DISH: _________
  • DJD: _________
  • DDD: _______

 

 

  • Preservation of disc height
  • Decreased zygapophyseal joint space
  • Claw-like spurs cupping towards IVD





  • Schmorl’s nodes
     


 

 

 

 

  • Spondylosis deformans: Claw-like spurs cupping towards IVD
  • DISH: Preservation of disc height
  • DJD: decreased zygapophyseal joint space
  • DDD: Schmorl’s nodes

12

True or False

 


 

Typically an old compression fracture (>2months) demonstrates a linear zone of impaction

 

 

False

13


 

Generalized osteoporosis anywhere in skeleton demonstrates classic radiologic hallmarks of:


 

a.  Trabecular changes

 

b.  decreased radiolucency

c.  corticol thickening

d.  all of the above

e.  none of the above

 

 

A

14


 

Please match the following decision rules with the correct corresponding predictor variable.

  • NEXUS: ________
  • Ottawa Ankle Rule: __________
  • Canadian C Spine Rule: __________

 

  • Dangerous mechanism of injury

  • Tenderness at posterior aspect of tip of lateral malleolus 
  • No focal neurological deficit

  • NEXUS: No focal neurological deficit

  • Ottawa Ankle Rule: Tenderness at posterior aspect of tip of lateral malleolus
     



  • Canadian C Spine Rule: Dangerous mechanism of injury
     

15

Degenerative Joint Disease

16

Jefferson's Fracture

17

Wedge Fracture

18


 

Assuming a T2-weighted MRI, please match the following tissues with the correct signal intensity

  • Fluid (CSF, Synovial)
  • Fat/yellow marrow
  • Cortical bone
  • Ligament tendon

 

 


 

  • Fluid (CSF, Synovial): High
  • Fat/yellow marrow: Intermediate
  • Cortical bone: Very low
  • Ligament tendon: Low

 

 

19


 

Factors known to degrade CT image quality include:


 

a. beam “hardening”

 

b. metallic implants

c. patient movements

d. all of the above

e. none of the above

 

D

20


 

Please match the following descriptions of Risser’s sign of skeletal maturity with the correct numerical value:

  • Osseous fusion is complete
  • 100% of crest is “capped”
  • 50% of crest is “capped”


 

  • Osseous fusion is complete: +5
  • 100% of crest is “capped”: +4
  • 50% of crest is “capped”: +2

 

 

21



 

Please match the following pathologies with the imaging modality of choice.

  • Avascular necrosis
  • Spinal DJD
  • Complex spinal fracture
  • Rotator Cuff Tear

 

 

  • Avascular necrosis: MRI
  • Spinal DJD: CT
  • Complex spinal fracture: CT
  • Rotator Cuff Tear: MRI

22

True or False


 

Plain film radiography is the best imaging modality for identifying subtle fractures and/or complex fractures

False

23

True or False


 

A Chondrosarcoma is classified as a primary benign bone tumor

False

24

True or False

The spine is a common region for clinical presentation of a chordoma


True 

25

Label A-H


 

A. wing of ilium

 

B. acetabulum and hip joint

C. greater trochanter

D. femoral neck

E. lesser trochanter

F. Ischium

G.superior ramus-pubis bone

H. inferior ramus of the pubis bone

26

An 8 year old male presents with recurrent pain in his left thigh for 3 months

Osteoid Osteoma

27

16 year old male reports pain in the left arm

Ewing's Sarcoma

28

A 38 year old male complains of spinal pain for the  last 6 months

Chordoma

29

A 22 year old female with R knee pain

Giant Cell Tumor

30


 

What is the name of the radiological feature delineated by the blue line (middle – solid line)?


 

a.  iliopubic line

 

b.  Klein’s line

c.  ilioischial line

d.  Shenton’s line

e.  none of the above

 

 

C