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Question 81#Print Question

Regarding rehabilitation of tendon injuries:

a. A volar slab is best for flexor tendon injuries
b. A dorsal slab in extension is best for flexor tendon injuries
c. Klienert traction is reserved for thumb injuries
d. The Belfast regime is a ‘CAM’ regime, i.e. controlled active motion
e. Immobilisation for 4 weeks is proven to increase the success of tenolysis


Question 82#Print Question

A Stener lesion occurs when:

a. The ulnar collateral ligament is obstructed by the abductor pollicis brevis (APB)
b. The ulnar collateral ligament is obstructed by extensor pollicis longus (EPL)
c. The ulnar collateral ligament is obstructed by extensor pollicis brevis (EPB)
d. The ulnar collateral ligament is obstructed by the adductor pollicis aponeurosis
e. The ulnar collateral ligament is obstructed by abductor pollicis longus (APL)


Question 83#Print Question

The most appropriate angles for fusion of the digits are: 

a. Index - 5° DIP joint, 40° PIP joint, 25° MCP joint
b. Index - 10° DIP joint, 10° PIP joint, neutral MCP joint
c. Thumb - neutral IP joint, neutral MCP joint
d. Thumb - neutral IP joint, 45° MCP joint
e. Little finger - neutral DIP joint, neutral PIP joint, neutral MCP joint




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