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D. methotrexate. hydroxychloroquine plus NSAIDs. Common physical findings of SLE include all the following except: A. weight gain. B. joint pain and swelling. C. fatigue. D. facial rash. weight gain. Which of the following is not characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)? A. It is more common in women than in men at a 3:1 ratio. B. Family history of autoimmune conditions often is reported. C. Peak age for disease onset in individuals is age 50 to 70 years. D. Wrists, ankles, and toes often are involved. Peak age for disease onset in individuals is age 50 to 70 years. The use of all of the following medications can trigger gout except: A. aspirin. B. statins. C. diuretics. D. niacin. statins. Which of the following dietary supplements is associated with increased risk for gout? A. vitamin A B. gingko biloba C. brewer's yeast D. glucosamine brewer's yeast Which of the following conditions places a patient at an increased risk of plantar fasciitis? A. Diabetes B. Pregnancy C. Alcoholism D. Thyroid disease Diabetes
A 48-year old obese female presents to the clinic with complain of pain on the bottom of her feet with the first few steps in the morning that gets worse with prolonged walking. You would suspect: A. Gout B. Morton's Neuroma C. Rheumatoid Arthritis D. Plantar fasciitis Plantar fasciitis Which of the following is used to evaluate patients with medial collateral ligament injury? a. Varus test b. McMurray test c. Lachman test d. Valgus test Lachman test The Lachman maneuver is used to detect which of the following? A. instability of the knee B. nerve damage of the knee due to past knee injuries C. integrity of the patellar tendon D. tears on the meniscus of the knee tears on the meniscus of the knee A positive drawer sign supports a diagnosis of: a. sciatica b. cruciate ligament injury c. hip dislocation d. patellar ligament injury cruciate ligament injury A 15-year-old high school athlete complains of a painful area below both knees. He tells you they feel bone-like and are tender to palpation. He denies any hot joints, fever, rash, or difficulties with weight- bearing. Which of the following conditions is most likely? a) osteomyelitis b) internal tibial torsion c) Osgood-Schlatter Disease d) Calve-Perthe's Disease Osgood-Schlatter Disease When caring for the child with Osgood-Schlatter Disease, the nurse practitioner would know her treatment has been effective when:
a. The child no longer complains of pain at lower knee at rest b. The child no longer complains of pain at the ankle at rest. c. The child no longer complains of pain at the hip during exercise. d. The child no longer complains of pain at lower knee during exercise. The child no longer complains of pain at lower knee during exercise. Common risk factors for Osgood Schlatter Disease include: a. Highly active with open growth plates b. Significant Growth Spurt c. Typically asymmetrical but can occur bilaterally d. Boys> Girls e. All of the above All of the above What must you you do to diagnose a distal femur, patellar, and proximal tibia fracture?

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