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1

For athletes with elbow problems what stress predominates?

Vagus

2

Hyperextension due to a foosh injury in a child you should think what?

Supracondylar fx

3

Hyperextension due to a foosh injury in a adult you should think what?

Radial head

4

Repetitive flexion and medial elbow pain suggests?

Medial epi

5

Repetitive extension and lat elbow pain you should be thinking what?

Lateral epi

6

Sudden traction on the forearm of a young child =?

Nursemaids elbow

7

What movement aggregates lateral epi?

Extension

8

What 3 things are involved in lateral epicondy

Extensor carpi radialis brevis, extensor dig comm, extensor carpi radialis longus

9

What is a monteggie fracture?

Fracture of the prox ulna, and anterior dislocation of the prox radial ulnar joint

10

What is a galeazzi fracture ?

Fracture of distal radius and dislocation of distal radial ulnar joint

11

What is a collies fx?

Distal radial Fraser with dorsal and radial

12

What is a smiths fracture?

Distal radial fx with velar/palmar anglation

13

What is more common smiths or colles?

Colles

14

Distal fragment is displaced anteriorly is assocaited with what wrist fx?

Smith

15

Most common site for an occult fx?

Scaphoid

16

What part of the scaphoid is most commonly broken?

Waist

17

AVN of the lunate is called what?

Keinbocks

18

What two things are assoaciated with De Ayer ain’t tenosynovitis?

Adductor pollicius longus, extensor pol brevis

19

Carpal tunnel more common in men or woman?

Woman (from repetitive motion)

20

CTS and pronator syndrome are associated with what nerve?

Median

21

What nerve I associated with cubical tunnel syndrome and the tunnel of guyon?

Ulnar

22

What nerve is associated with radial tunnel syndrome?

Radial

23

Flick sign is associated with what?

Carpal tunnel

24

Is there a gold standard test for carp tunnel ?

No

25

What is the tunnel of guyon called?

Handlebar palsy

26

Where are the most common entrapment sites for pronator syndrome?

Between two heads of the pronator teres and at the arch of the flexor dig superficialis

27

Which is worse intracapsular or extracapsular fx?

Intra

28

An avulsion go the extensor tendon on the dorsal surface of the base of the distal phalanx is called what?

Mallet finger

29

More acute injury to 1st MCP ?

Skiers

30

More chronic 1st mcp prob?

Gamekeepers