MSK presentations are so common in primary, and secondary, practice. In fact, most medical schools mandate 5-20 weeks of ortho placement. As such, knowledge of the bones, muscles and joints of the body are integral. Have a go at this MCQ quiz!
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MSK UL quiz part three
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the thenar compartment is supplied by which nerve?
what is this movement called?
how many phalanges does the thumb possess?
the flexor retinaculum forms which important region of the body?
extensor tendon region
the common thenar origin is located in which region?
the medial portion of flexor digitorum profundus is innervated by which nerve?
which nerve travels superficial to the anterior trochlea of the humerus?
flexor pollicis longus is supplied by which nerve?
which nerve runs in the cubital tunnel?
which of the following bones forms part of the attachment of Guyon's canal?
the fifth lumbrical is innervated by which nerve?
surgical neck fractures of the humerus are associated with defects to which muscle?
a patient, using axillary crutches for a long time, develops a compression neuropathy. which nerve is more likely implicated?
a paediatric supracondylar fracture is observed on XR. which nerve is more likely implicated?
a patient has fractured the medial epicondyle. they have wastage to which muscle group as a result?
anterior flexor compartment
lateral compartment of forearm
posterior extensor compartment
the nerve to teres minor muscle forms from which root values?
Which muscle initiates this movement?
a patient flexes the hip to walk up the stairs. which root value is more strongly used?
A patient stands on their tip toes. which root value is more likely implicated?
a patient uses the axis about the ankle joint to bring their dorsal foot closer to the anterior tibial shaft. which movement is being performed?
Which root values are tested by the biceps reflex?
the triceps reflex tests the actions of which nerve?
In abducting the fingers, which myotome is best tested?
the lateral arm is formed of which dermatome?
C7 dermatome is responsible for which finger?
damage to the ventral ramus of the C8 dermatome causes paraesthesia to which region of skin?
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