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Question 51#Print Question

The following is true about the Salter-Harris classification of paediatric fractures:

a. Type I has a good prognosis
b. Type II includes a fracture line through the epiphysis
c. Type III includes a fracture line through the metaphysis
d. Type IV is a crush injury
e. None are true


Question 52#Print Question

The following are associated with hypospadias except:

a. Scrotal bipartition
b. Chordee
c. Both inguinal hernia and undescended testes
d. Androgen hypersensitivity
e. Environmental oestrogens


Question 53#Print Question

The following is true regarding cleft palate surgery:

a. The Veau-Kilner-Wardill technique is also described as the ‘push forward’ technique
b. The von Langenbeck technique involves raising a unipedicled flap
c. Intravelar veloplasty involves repair of the nasal mucosa
d. The Furlow technique is a V-Y plasty
e. The Furlow technique is a W-plasty


Question 54#Print Question

Prominent ear correction:

a. Should ensure the antihelix marginally projects more than the helix
b. Can often be corrected with splitage at 2-3 years of age
c. Is best undertaken at age 5
d. Using the Mustardé and Chongchet (anterior scoring) techniques were both described in 1963 in the British Journal of Plastic Surgery
e. Should never be undertaken unless definite psychological trauma can be demonstrated in a child




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