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Soft tissue injury: Quiz


Question 1: ________ investigation can be used to assess the possibility of fracture or dislocation.
Ionizing radiationX-rayNuclear fusionRadiation therapy

Question 2: Electrodiagnosis also helps differentiate between myopathy and ________.
PneumoniaSymptomICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findingsPeripheral neuropathy

Question 3: An easy ________ for remembering these steps is RICERest, Ice, Compression, Elevation - see cold compression therapy.
Eidetic memoryMemoryEmotion and memoryMnemonic

Question 4: These types of injuries are a major source of pain and ________.
DisabilityMental disorderBlindnessDisability rights movement

Question 5: The standard approach to managing soft tissue injuries is to obtain a good ________ and perform a thorough physical examination.
Medical diagnosisPast medical historyMedical historyMental status examination

Question 6: Soft tissue injuries include sprains, strains, subluxation, repetitive stress injury, ________, etc.
FibromyalgiaAcromegalyObesityCarpal tunnel syndrome

Question 7: Ultimately, the best method of imaging soft tissue is ________ (MRI), though it is cost-prohibitive and carries a high false positive rate.
Medical imagingFunctional magnetic resonance imagingPositron emission tomographyMagnetic resonance imaging

Question 8: Nerve conduction studies may also be used to localize nerve dysfunction (e.g., ________), assess severity, and help with prognosis.
FibromyalgiaCarpal tunnel syndromeObesityAcromegaly

Question 9: Management of soft tissue injuries consists of protecting the injured tissue; resting for four weeks, putting it in a braces, or taping it; ________; compression; and elevation and referral.
Precipitation (meteorology)IceWaterSnow


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