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Review Questions:1. A 15-year-old high school athlete complains of a painful area below both knees. He tells you theyfeel bone-like and are tender to palpation. He denies any hot joints, fever, rash, or difficulties withweight- bearing. Which of the following conditions is most likely?a) osteomyelitisb) internal tibial torsionc) Osgood-Schlatter Disease**d) Calve-Perthe's Disease
2. When caring for the child with Osgood-Schlatter Disease, the nurse practitioner would knowher treatment has been effective when:
3.Common risk factors for Osgood Schlatter Disease include:
d. Boys> Girlse. All of the above **29. Patellar fractureDefinition: A patellar fracture is a break in the patella, or kneecap, the small bone that sits at the front ofyour knee.Presenting Symptoms: The most common symptoms of a patellar fracture are pain and swelling in thefront of the knee. Other symptoms may include: Bruising, Inability to straighten the knee or keep itextended in a straight leg raise, Inability to walk3 Differential Diagnoses: Soft tissue knee injury, ACL injury, Meniscus injuryTreatment options: Some simple patellar fractures can be treated by wearing a cast or splint until thebone heals. In most patellar fractures, however, the pieces of bone move out of place when the injuryoccurs. For these more complicated fractures, surgery is needed to restore and stabilize the kneecap andallow for the return of function.Review questions:1. What must you you do to diagnose a distal femur, patellar, and proximal tibia

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Term
Spring
Professor
Dilon
Tags
Urology, Inguinal hernia

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