Practice Test For AT II test 3

Practice Test For AT II test 3 - Swan neck deformity? 11....

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Practice Test For AT2 Hand, wrist, forearm, knee, thigh, hip, groin, and foot 1. Fracture of the distal radius that is non-articular where the distal portion of the radius or ulna is displaced dorsally Collies fracture 2. Non-articular fracture where the distal radius is displaced palmarlly. Smith fracture 3. what are 2 fractures of the wrist that are non-articular? Collies and smith fracture 4. What injury is most commonly seen in rowers and lifters? What tunnel is affected? The injury is called either a tendonitis or tenosynovitious and it affects the 3 rd tunnel. 5. What is the most frequent dislocated bone in the body? Most frequent dislocated bone in the body is the lunate 6. What is the most commonly fractured carpal bone? Scaphoid or navicular 7. What can be fractured from a check swing? Hook of the hammate 8. What injury can result from improper punching technique? Boxers fracture 9. What injury is most commonly in tunnel 1 but can be found in tunnel 3 as well? 10. A distal tear of the volar plate will create what?
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Unformatted text preview: Swan neck deformity? 11. At a baseball game one player was hit on the tip of their finger trying to catch the ball. What type of injury can this cause? Mallet finger, or baseball finger 12. What type of injury is caused by a repetitive static contraction and pounding on the hands? Forearm splints 13. What attaches the 2 menisci anteriorly and keeps them properly oriented? Transverse ligament 14. What forms the Q-angle? 15. What is the Screw Home mechanism? As the knee extends, the tibia externally rotates 16. What is the unhappy triad? Torn ACL, MCL and menisci 17. When is the ACL most vulnerable? Head of the tibia is externally rotated and slightly flexed 18. When is the PCL most vulnerable? Flexed at 90degrees 19. Where is the greater sciatic notch located 20. What is the most important thing to look at when dealing with a posterior injury of the hip? 21. What forms the femoral triangle?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course AT 200 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at Endicott.

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