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1

Ankylosing spondyitis (rheumatoid spondylitis) most common abnormality seen?

This primarily affects cervical spine- causing atlantoaxial instability

2

Tibialis anterior function

DF, inversion

3

Poliomyelitis results from an acute viral infection of the:

Dura mater of brain and spinal cord

4

MSDS stands for

Material safety data sheet

5

Halo sizing: ring, vest

Ring- measure largest circumference of skull
Vest- measure chest circumference at xiphoid preocess, men's jacket size, women's bra size

6

Halo ring placement

As subequatorial as possible wi/out interfering with anatomy- ears, eyes, etc. (Kyle)
1/4" Superior to ears (HANGER TEST)
.5 cm above the eyebrows and .5-1cm above top of ears( Jerome)

7

Quad patient with a functioning C7 will lose which of the following?
A. Wrist extension
B. Elbow flexion
C. Finger flexion
D. Shoulder abduction

C. Finger flexion- C8 level - interosseus muscles

8

Example of congenital spinal deformity is?
A. Infantile scoliosis
B. Hemivertebrae
C. Thoracic hypokyphosis
D. Anterior vertebral wedging

Hemivertebrae

9

Which nerve supplies the peroneus brevis

Superficial peroneal nerve

10

ACL attaches to the non-articulated aspects of the tibia and the posterior aspect of the..

Medial surface of the lateral femoral condyle

11

Presentation of combined median ulnar nerve lesion

Wrist is slightly hyperextended and inclined to radial side
Ape hand- thumb in the plane of the hand and slightly abducted.
MCPj- hyperextended
IP-slightly flexed
Patient can not abduct or adduction finger

Sensory symptoms are lost in hand

12

Mot appropriate orthosis for a patient with a median and ulnar nerve laceration at the wrist

WHO w/ spring wire wrist flexion assist

13

Brachioradialis primary and secondary function

1°- flex elbow
2°- supination

14

What nerve innervates the gastrocnemius and soleus

Tibial nerve

15

Which of the following muscles BEST substitutes for a non-functional tibialis anterior
A. Tibialis posterior
B. Extensor hallucis longus
C. Extensor digitorum brevis
D. Peroneus longus


B. Extensor hallucis longus

16

Inflammation anterior to the flexor retinaculum is called

Carpal tunnel

17

The greatest advantage that a dorsal style WHO has over a volar style WHO is that it

Allow tactile sensation

18

The extensor carpi ulnaris works synergistically with the _____ to provide wrist extension

Extension digitorum

19

A patient presents with no volitional strength to the thumb. What component will you recommend

Thumb post

20

Which of the following deformity in the fingers is most similar to a hammer toe

Boutonniere

21

The volar surface of the forearm contains the ____muscles, which as a group originate at the ____humeral epicondyle

Wrist flexor, medial

22

Most common etiology of a stroke is

Embolic

23

A dynamic IP extension assist with an MP extension stop should be used if a patient

Has lumbrical weakness and has hyperextended MPs

24

A 68year old female presents with RA. What deformity is most likely occurring at her MPs

Volar subluxation and ulnar deviation

25

The correct distal trimline of the thumb adduction stop (C-bar) bar is

Proximal to 1st MCP

26

MOST likely use a balanced forearm orthosis?

Quadriplegic with fair shoulder power

27

Swan neck deformity, the pip joint is

Hyperextended and the DIP is flex

28

C6 quad, which muscles will the patient use to manipulate a WHOwrist driven for prehension

Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis

29

The 1st CMC is what type of joint

Saddle joint

30

Most important motor acquisition of the c5 quad is

Shoulder/ elbow flexion