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1

Most common jt affected by osteoarthritis

IP joints, then 1st MCP/CP jt

2

Cyclobenzaprine + tramadol + opioids + antidepressant =

5HT syndrome

3

deQuervain's tenosynovitis tendons

APL and EPB (all peanut lovers eat peanut butter)

4

Guyon's canal is assoc with _______ bony structure

hook of hamate

5

DUC sensation

dorsal ring and little finger

6

Boxer's fracture

5th metacarpal fracture

7

Monteggia fracture

proximal third of ulna fracture with dislocation of proximal head of the radius

8

OK sign nerve

anterior interosseous nerve (median nerve)

9

OK sign is assoc with ________ fracture

supracondylar

10

____ of ACL tears do NOT have instability

1/3

11

pes anserine is composed of

sartorius, gracilis, semitendinosis

12

Eccentric contraction

increase strength

13

Dynamic stabilizer of the knee

hamstrings

14

ACL is a ____ stabilizer of the knee

static

15

Grade ___ shoulder separation needs surgery

4-6 (disrupts AC, CC and clavicle thing)

16

AC joint ligaments

AC ligament and CC ligament

17

What ligament sprains/disrupts first in shoulder separation

AC ligament

18

Distal radial fracture

Colle's

19

Maisonneuve fracture

spiral proximal fibular fracture w/ ankle fracture and syndesmosis tear

20

Carpal tunnel is assoc with

pregnancy, diabetes, obesity, thyroid issues

21

What do you cut for carpal tunnel syndrome treatment?

transverse carpal ligament

22

Adhesive capsulitis is assoc with

Parkinson's, diabetes, female

23

Lateral ankle ligaments

ATFL, PTFL, CFL

24

Most common lat elbow pain

tendinopathy

25

Wrist extensors are med or lat epicondyle?

lateral

26

Wrist flexors are med or lat epicondyle?

medial

27

Pain with gripping and pinching is a tendinopathy of ___.

wrist extensors

28

To stretch a tendon you:

go opposite of tendon's action

29

To activate a tendon

you resist the nml action

30

What is tennis elbow?

lateral epicondylitis

31

Treatment for tennis elbow

wrist brace (prevent extention)

32

tendonosis vs tendonitis

histopathology shows no inflamm cells for tendonsis

33

What does the biceps muscle do

flex and supinate

34

Systemic side effects of local injections

muscle atrophy, tendon rupture, infection, high glucose,

35

Skin changes of local injections

telangectias, thin skin, hair loss, sweat gland loss, light patch, fat atrophy

36

What is pitcher's elbow?

medial elbow

37

Medial ligaments are responsible for ____ action

wrist flex and pronation

38

What nerve runs on medial elbow?

ulnar

39

Motor of ulnar nerve

hypothenar, interosseous (intrinsic muscles)

40

Presentation of ulnar neuropathy

Decreased grip strength and loss of dexterity

41

Median nerve motor

extrinsic flexion, okay sign (anterior interosseous nerve)

42

Radial nerve motor

extrinsic extension

43

Musculocutaneous nerve motor

biceps

44

Musculocutaneous nerve sensation

lat forearm

45

Axillary nerve sensation and motor

deltoid

46

Autonomic nerves in the periphery are responsible for

- vasomotor
- sweat

47

Which side of your hand is more temp sensitive?

Back

48

Radial nerve (and median) is often damaged in ____ fractures

supracondylar

49

Most common nerve entrapment

anterior interosseous nerve of median

50

Carpal tunnel pain most often occurs during what time of day?

night (because the hands are at the level or your heart)