RADD 2712 Skeletal Radd B Study Guide WITHOUT Answers

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Yochum & Rowe Study Questions Answers looked up and explained by Melanie Carr 1) A periosteal reaction of “trimmed whiskers” - very thin, fairly short spicules of reactive new bone - is most typical of: a) Parosteal sarcoma. b) Central osteosarcoma. c) Ewing’s sarcoma. d) Chondrosarcoma. 2) In male patients, the primary source of skeletal metastasis is a primary tumor in the: a) Colon. b) Kidney. c) Lung. d) Prostate. 3) The pathognomic lesion seen in the metastasis of neuroblastoma to the skull is: a) Widening of the skull sutures. b) Multiple, diffuse, symmetric lucencies. c) A soft tissue mass with sunburst speculation of the skull tables. d) Scalloped geographic lesions in the calvarium. 4) In both the cervical and thoracolumbar spine, neurofibromas may cause: a) Posterocentral vertebral scalloping. b) Enlargement of the IVF caused by erosion of the pedicle and posterior body. c) Multiple level eccentric bilateral scalloping. d) Single level eccentric bilateral scalloping. 5) Paget’s disease may be radiographically distinguished from fibrous dysplasia because Paget’s will commonly have: a) A hazy, “ground glass” appearance. b) Pseudofractures. c) Bowing deformities in the long tubular bones. d) Subarticular long bone lesions. 6) The typical radiologic appearance of a periosteal chondroma includes a classic triad of: a) Endosteal scalloping, eccentric expansion of the bone, and a calcified cartilaginous matrix. b) Cortical scalloping, overhanging body edges, and a calcified cartilaginous matrix. c) A distinct soft tissue mass, cortical scalloping, and a calcified, cartilaginous matrix. d) Eccentric bone expansion, a distinct soft tissue mass, and a calcified, cartilaginous matrix. 7) Clinically, aneurismal bone cysts: a) Are usually silent, and are incidental findings on x-rays taken for other reasons. b) Are discovered only when there is pathologic fracture. c) Are characterized by acute onset of local pain, which rapidly increases in severity. d) Are rarely subject to pathologic fracture. 8) The triad of abnormal growths seen in almost half of the cases of Gardner’s syndrome consists of: a) Café au lait spots, soft tissue fibromas, and multiple osteomas. b) Café au lait spots, colonic polyps, and multiple osteomas. c) Soft tissue fibromas, multiple osteomas, and colonic polyps. d) Colonic polyps, soft tissue fibromas, and café au lait spots. 9) Osteosarcoma shows a clear predilection for: a) Females of childbearing age. b) Males > 50 years of age. c) Females < 25 years of age.
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d) Males < 25 years of age. 10) A “coat hanger exostosis,” projecting away from a joint, describes: a) A sessile osteochondroma. b) A pedunculated osteochondroma. c)
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course RADD 2712 taught by Professor R.brucefox during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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