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Enthesopathy at the insertion sites of annular fibres may result in: 100.0% a. Romanus lesion 0.0% b. A "shiny corner sign" 0.0% c. The radiographic appearance of "rosary beads" 0.0% d. Andersson lesions Sacroiliac involvement in psoriatic patients is: 0.0% a. rare, occuring in less than 10% of cases 0.0% b. most commonly unilateral 100.0% c. 0.0% d. In the spine, x-ray findings may be identical in cases of ankylosing spondylitis and: 0.0% a. ochronosis 0.0% b. rheumatoid arthritis 0.0% c. neurotrophic arthropathy 100.0% d. enteropathic arthropathy A vertebral appearance associated with ankylosing spondylitis is: 0.0% a. sail vertebra 0.0% b. fish vertebra 100.0% c. barrel vertebra 0.0% d. spool-shaped vertebra conditions similar to osteitis condensans ilii may develop at: 100.0% a. the pubic symphesis and medial clavicle 0.0% b. the pubic symphesis and the distal clavicle 0.0% c. the distal clavicles and ischial tuberosities 0.0% d. the pubic symphesis and the ischial tuberosities An arthropathy with a 9:1 female predominance and a predilection for multiparous women is: 0.0% a. systemic lupus erythematosus 0.0% b. erosive osteoarthritis 0.0% c. scleroderma 100.0% d. osteitis condensans ilii Degenerative arthritides include all of the following except: 0.0% a. erosive osteoarthritis 0.0% b. DISH 0.0% c. neurotropic arthropathy
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100.0% d. osteitis condensans ilii Inflammatory processes may lead to ossification of spinal ligaments, causing the development of: 0.0% a. osteophytes 0.0% b. spondylophytes 100.0% c. syndesmophytes 0.0% d. periostitis coxarthrosis is a term used to describe: 100.0% a. advanced degenerative joint disease of the hip 0.0% b. surgical fixation of the hip 0.0% c. early degeneration of the hip the vacuum cleft indicates degenerative joint disease only when it is seen in: 0.0% a. the hip 0.0% b. the shoulder 100.0% c. the spine 0.0% d. the knee  chondrolysis of the hip is most commonly: 0.0% a. idiopathic 100.0% b. secondary to slipped femoral capital epiphysis 0.0% c. secondary to septic or rheumatoid arthritis 0.0% d. secondary to immobilisation, as with paraplegia synovial joints include: 100.0% a. a fibrous capsule, synovium and hyaline cartilage 0.0% b. fibrocartilagenous tissue with some hyaline cartilage 0.0% c. synovium and fibrocartilage 0.0% d. synovium and fibrocartilage with some hyaline cartilage Otto's pelvis is: 0.0% a. malum coxa senilis 0.0% b. associated with Paget's disease 100.0% c. protrusio acetabulae 0.0% d. ischaemic necrosis of the femoral head An arthritide that occurs in consequence of rheumatic fever is: 0.0% a. rheumatoid arthritis 0.0% b. Still's disease
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100.0% c. Jaccoud's syndrome
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course ECO 2023 taught by Professor Mr.raza during the Summer '10 term at FAU.

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