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1

This ossifying hematoma is found in the adduction magnus muscle and is common in horseback riders. Which condition does this represent?
a. Pseudosarcoma
b. Prussian's disease
c. Paget's disease
d. Multiple myeloma

b. Prussian's disease

2

Dawbarn's sign has an indication of _____?
a. posterior shoulder dislocation
b. subacromial bursitis
c. rotator cuff tear
d. lateral disc protrusion

b. subacromial bursitis

3

Rotator cuff tear is a positive indication in which of the following?
a. Codman's test
b. Dugas test
c. Yergason's test
d. Mill's test

a. Codman's test

4

Which muscle is usually torn in a positive Drop Arm's test?
a. subscapularis
b. teres minor
c. infraspinatus
d. supraspinatus

d. supraspinatus

5

Which test does not have indications of bicep tendon instability?
a. Abbott Saunders
b. Lundington's
c. Yergason's
d. Lewin's

d. Lewin's

6

Perceptible click in the bicipital groove area is a positive finding in?
a. Yergason's test
b. Speed's test
c. Lundington's test
d. Allen's test

a. Yergason's test

7

Which can indicate DeQuervain's disease?
a. Retinacular test
b. Phalen's test
c. Finkelstein's test
d. Allen's test

c. Finkelstein's test

8

Knock knees are referred to as?
a. genu varum
b. genu valgum
c. genu recurvatum
d. all the above

b. genu valgum

9

Which has a positive sign of the leg staying in abduction?
a. McMurray's
b. Allis test
c. Ober test
d. Lachman's test

c. Ober test

10

Achilles tendon rupture is an indication of which of the following?
a. medial collateral ligament test
b. Thomas test
c. Thompson test
d. Patella Apprehension test

c. Thompson test

11

Which artery is checked for bruits in the vertebrobasilar maneuver?
a. basilar
b. carotid
c. common iliac
d. aorta

b. carotid

12

Which artery is checked for bruits in the vertebrobasilar artery functional maneuver?
a. subclavian
b. basilar
c. vertebral
d. femoral

a. subclavian

13

Which test would have the patient in a cervical flexion position?
a. Adson's
b. Wright's
c. Halstead's
d. Eden's

d. Eden's

14

On x-ray, there is a cervical rib. Which of the following tests should be performed to rule out compression of the neuromuscular bundle?
a. Codman's
b. Halstead's
c. Adam's
d. Maigne's

b. Halstead's

15

Hip joint pathology is suspected. Which test should be performed?
a. Patrick's test
b. Bracelet test
c. Shrivel test
d. Patella grinding

a. Patrick's test

16

What reflex should be performed for L5 neurological package?
a. patella
b. achilles
c. tibialis posterior
d. no reflex

c. tibialis posterior

- This is a tricky question... There is an actual reflex for L5. Although most chiropractic curriculums teach that there is no reflex here, questions like this can appear on the test.

17

C5 disc is injured, which nerve will be affected?
a. C5
b. C6
c. C7
d. T1

b. C6

18

What nerve is being tested in the L4 dermatome?
a. deep peroneal
b. femoral
c. superficial peroneal
d. sciatic

a. deep peroneal

19

Which is not consistent with a lower motor neuron lesion?
a. Muscle weakness
b. Flaccid paralysis
c. Hypoactive deep tendon reflex
d. No fasciculations

d. No fasciculations

20

The ability to tell the difference between two different weights is called?
a. graphesthesia
b. vibration
c. barognosis
d. stereognosis

c. barognosis

21

Upper motor neuron lesions do not have?
a. muscle flaccidity
b. muscle spasticity
c. hyperactive deep tendon reflex
d. fasciculations

a. muscle flaccidity

22

Which of the following is not always considered a pathological reflex?
a. Trommer's
b. Hoffman's
c. Babinski's
d. Ankle clonus

c. Babinski's

23

A Babinski response is obtained upon stroking of the tibia:
a. Oppenheim's
b. Gordon's
c. Schaffer's
d. Chaddock's

a. Oppenheim's

24

Lack of elbow extension may show injury of the _____ nerve.
a. radial
b. ulnar
c. axillary
d. peroneal

a. radial

25

The _____ nerve is compressed in carpal tunnel syndrome.
a. radial
b. ulnar
c. median
d. axillary

c. median

26

Yergason's test is positive. What is the indication?
a. shoulder dislocation
b. lateral epicondylitis
c. bicipital tendon instability
d. meniscus tear

c. bicipital tendon instability

27

Which of the following has a positive sign of non-palpable biceps tendon?
a. Dugas
b. Lundington's
c. Yergason's
d. Dawbarn's

b. Lundington's

28

Which of the following can test for lateral epicondylitis?
a. Cozen's
b. Golfer's elbow test
c. Dawbarn's
d. Apley Scratch

a. Cozen's

29

Bow-legged is also known as?
a. genu varum
b. genu valgum
c. Dawbarn's test
d. Codman's test

a. genu varum

30

The doctor flexes the patient's neck to his chest and there is pain down the sciatic pathway of knee flexion is present. What does this indicate since this is Linder's test?
a. meningeal irritation
b. sciatica
c. multiple sclerosis
d. malignering

a. meningeal irritation