5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- A patient presents to the ER following a bar fight, his arm seems to have slipped out of the joint. What test would you perform on him to see if he has dislocated his joint?
- You have a patient who complains about having swelling in their joints, especially those in her hands and feet. She also complains of stiffness, weakness, and wt loss. After examination, she appears to have a gradually increasing swelling of the synovial membranes that is bilateral. What do you suspect?
- If a patient has a positive test for babinskis, toes up, what do you suspect?
- A patient comes in with stroke Sx, including motor and sensory deficits. Most of his cortical signs seem to be intact. Where do you suspect his stroke to have occurred?
- If you wanted to assess the GH joint integrity, which test would you use?
- a apprehension sign
- b UMN lesion
- c MCA, subcortical circulation
- d Sulcus' sign - pull down arm while palpating GH joint
- e Rheumatoid arthritis
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- loss of voice that accompanies disease of the larynx or its nerve supply.
- laryngitis, laryngeal tumors, unilateral vocal cord paralysis (CNX)
- internal rotation of the arm
- external rotation of the arm
- 1) peptic ulcer
4) aortic aneurysm
5 True/False Questions
What does downward drift of the pronator drift test indicate? → cerebellar incoordination
What is dysarthria? → loss of voice that accompanies disease of the larynx or its nerve supply.
What does overshooting displacement during the pronator drift test indicate? → CST injury
A patient comes in with stroke symptoms, the most alarming of which is a field cut in their vision. Her eyes are PERRLA. Where do you suspect her infarct to be? → PCA, posterior circulation
A patient presents with face, arm, and leg weakness from a sudden onset. She is experiencing paresthesia in her left arm and is exhibiting signs of expressive aphasia (Wernicke's). Where do you suspect her stroke to be? → Basilar artery, posterior circulation