RADD 2712 Final Exam Study Questions #2

RADD 2712 Final Exam Study Questions #2 - The condtion...

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The condtion associated with synovial tissue undergoing metaplastic transformation and promotes early degenerative joint diease? A. Osteochondritis desiccans B. Geodes C. Synovial sarcoma D. Synovial osteocnodroniatosis Waldenstroms sign is indicative of a. Avascular necrosis b. Osteoarthritis c. Hip joint effusion d. Codmans tumor According to YR p1280, the most vulnerable time for insufficient femoral head vascularity in Legg-Calve Perthes diseases os a. 1-5 y b. 3-8 y c. 7-12 y d. 4-7 y Metastatic skeletal tumor from this primary source can be soap bubble and expansile appearance a. Lung cancer b. Renal cell carcinoma c. Prostate cancer d. Breast cancer A patient w 2 nd stage pagets has accentuated trabeculation in a lumbar vertebral body which would differentiated from a. Osteoblastoma b. Giant cell tumor c. Osteoid osteoma
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d. Hemangioma Which primary mailignancy would have the lowest tendency for metstatic spread to the skeleton a. Prostate b. Lung c. Kidney d. Colon The triad of abnormal growths associated with Gardner’s syndrome consists of a. Café au lait spots, soft tissue fibromas, multiple osteomas b. Café au lait, colonic polyps, and multiple osteomas c. Soft tissue fibromas, mul osteomas, colonic polyps d. Colonic polyps, soft tissue fibromas, café au lait spots A coat hanger exostosis projecting from the joint describes a. Sessile osteochondroma b. A pedunculated osteochondroma c. Inverted osteochondroma d. Subungual exostosis This malignant tumor is twice as common as chondrosarcoma and three times more frequent than ewings a. NHL of bone b. Metastasis c. Chordoma d. Osteosarcoma A nonneoplastic solitary osseous lesion consisting of a cystic cavity filled with blood describes a. Solitary bone cysts b. Non-ossifying fibroma c. Fibrous dysplasia d. Aneurismal bone cyst
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Although there are a multitude of causes for avascular necrosis, this one cause is considered to be the most common a. Trauma b. Spontaneous c. Alcoholism d. Corticosteroids Non-hodgkins lymphoma of bone, multiple myeloma, and Ewing’s sarcoma areall a. Osteosarcomas b. Possible products of degeneration of pagets c. Primary malignancies affecting adolescents patient d. Primary cancer originating predominately in the diphysis
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