A patient falls onto his extended wrist He has pain only in a small area just

A patient falls onto his extended wrist he has pain

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24.A patient falls onto his extended wrist. He has pain onlyin a small area just proximal to the ulnar styloid process. He is diagnosed with a scaphoid fracture and put in a cast. A.This is a reasonable diagnosis becausescaphoid fractures are common B.This is a reasonable diagnosis becausescaphoid fractures are painful C.This is a reasonable diagnosis becausescaphoid fractures cause snuffbox tenderness D.His doctor is probably an experienced orthopedic surgeon E.His doctor needs some serious anatomy review 25.A patient has an anterior dislocation of the lunate bone in the wrist, and you are worried about damage to the median nerve. A good place to check the sensory function of this nerve would be: 26.Which bones are visibly broken in this image of a pelvic fracture?
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CHA 101 Midterm I Exam W’2014 Page 827.You are asked by the local police department to determine if some skeletal remains belong to a male or female victim. You note the angle of the pubic arch is wide, the superior pelvic aperture is round and the inferior pelvic aperture is large and unobstructed. You tell the police 28.What muscles make up the pelvic diaphragm? A.levator ani and coccygeus B.piriformis and obturator internus C.pectineus and obturator internus D.ischiocavernosus and bulbospongiosus E.psoas major and iliacus 29.The external anal sphincter A.is made of smooth muscle B.is involuntary C.is assisted by the puborectal sling D.is innervated by the superior gluteal nerve E.is innervated by parasympathetic nerves 30.The pudendal nerve innervates 31.Which of the following statements concerning the uterus is CORRECT?
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CHA 101 Midterm I Exam W’2014 Page 9Match the clinical scenario in questions 32-34with the structure MOST LIKELYinvolved from the list below. Each answer can be used once, more than once, or not at all.
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