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Question 1:
How do you write Ankle in latin?
articulatio temporomandibularis
articulatio radiocarpea
articulatio sternoclavicularis
articulatio talocruralis

Question 2: On ________, it is important to evaluate the exact location of the pain, the range of motion and the condition of the nerves and vessels.
Jugular venous pressureRespiratory soundsAnkle brachial pressure indexPhysical examination

Question 3: Most traumatic incidents involving the ankle result in ________.
Whiplash (medicine)Sprained ankleAnterior cruciate ligament injuryDislocated shoulder

Question 4: Evaluation of ankle injuries for fracture is done with the Ottawa ankle rules, a set of rules that were developed to minimize unnecessary ________.
Nuclear fusionX-rayRadiation therapyIonizing radiation

Question 5: Symptoms of an ankle fracture can be similar to those of sprains (________, hematoma) or there may be an abnormal position, abnormal movement or lack of movement (if there is an accompanying dislocation), or the patient may have heard a crack.
PainPain managementNociceptorChronic pain

Question 6: Trimalleolar fractures or those with dislocation have a high risk of developing ________.
Ankylosing spondylitisArthritisOsteoarthritisRheumatoid arthritis

Question 7: In human anatomy, the ankle joint is formed where the ________ and the leg meet.
Lower limbCrus (lower leg)ButtocksFoot

Question 8: The word ankle or ancle is common, in various forms, to ________, probably connected in origin with the Latin "angulus", or Greek "αγκυλος", meaning bent.
North Germanic languagesWest Germanic languagesGermanic languagesOld Norse

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