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Necrotizing infections:

a. Often present with pain out of proportion to findings
b. Often have discharge present
c. Debridement should begin following confirmation by way of radiograph findings
d. Oral antibiotics should begin immediately

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The majority of acute cases of infections flexor tenosynovitis (FTS) are due to:

a. Systemic lupus erythematosus
b. Chronic inflammation as a result of diabetes
c. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
d. Purulent infection

Question 8#Print Question

The most common soft tissue tumor of the wrist is:

a. Mucous cyst
b. Ganglion cyst
c. Lipoma
d. Schwannoma

Question 9#Print Question

All hand infections EXCEPT the following require surgical management:

a. Paronychia
b. Felon
c. Cellulitis
d. Osteomyelitis

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Which of the following patient groups has a 1000-fold increased risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)?

a. Transplant patients on immunosuppression
b. Patients with xeroderma pigmentosa
c. Patients with actinic keratosis
d. Patients exposed to inorganic arsenic

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