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Question 1: Use of "cruciat-" to refer to torture is now obsolete in English, but this old usage is shown in the common English word excruciating, and in the "________" curse in the Harry Potter fictional scenario.
Magical objects in Harry PotterPlaces in Harry PotterSpells in Harry PotterDeath Eater

Question 2: ________ surgery generally involves sacrificing the ACL, but some types of knee prosthesis permit the PCL to be preserved.
Unicompartmental knee arthroplastyArthroscopyKnee replacementHip replacement

Question 3: Other methods include ________ (MRI) and exploratory surgery.
Medical imagingFunctional magnetic resonance imagingPositron emission tomographyMagnetic resonance imaging

Question 4: In ________, the verb cruciare means "to torture".
Old LatinVulgar LatinLatin literatureClassical Latin

Question 5: In the stifle joint of non-human quadrupeds, the corresponding ligaments are referred to as the ________ (CrCL) and the caudal cruciate ligament (CaCL).
Human legAnterior cruciate ligamentPosterior cruciate ligamentKnee

Question 6: Cruciate ligaments occur in the ________ of humans and other bipedal animals and the corresponding stifle of quadripedal animals, and in the neck and foot.
HipLower limbKneeHuman leg

Question 7: [1] They occur in several joints of the body, such as the ________.
KneeHuman legHipLower limb

Question 8: Techniques of ________ use a wide range of replacement tissues and surgical approaches.
HamstringAnterior cruciate ligament reconstructionKneeAnterior cruciate ligament injury

Question 9: The cruciate ligaments of the knee are the ________ (ACL) and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL).
Anterior cruciate ligamentHuman legMedial collateral ligamentLateral meniscus

Question 10: ________ are diverse, often occurring together with tears of the medial meniscus, lateral meniscus, or both.
Metatarsalphalangeal joint sprainDislocated shoulderSeparated shoulderAnterior cruciate ligament injury

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