By Pankaj Sharma, Richard Mayon-White
This ebook features a foreword by means of Nicola Maffulli, Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic surgical procedure, Keele collage institution of medication, and advisor Trauma and Orthopaedic health practitioner, North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary and town basic health facility, Staffordshire. the hot constitution of the Fellowship of the Royal collage of Surgeons (FRCS) exam calls for applicants to accomplish papers in prolonged matching query (EMQ) and a number of selection query (MCQ) structure. This worthwhile revision reduction features a 'bank' of over 350 questions in self-test structure. entire solutions are precise on the finish of every part. With a spotlight on high-yield subject matters, scholars can pick out use the source within the early phases as an summary of the themes, then later as a fantastic examination revision relief. there is not anything else love it! professional registrars getting ready for the FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics) exam will locate this an important revision relief. it's also beneficial for uncomplicated Surgical Trainees getting ready for the club of the Royal collage of Surgeons (MRCS) exam.
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Ideally this line should bisect the femoral shaft and the femoral head should lie medial to it. Klein’s line and Trethowan’s line are different names for a line 42 Practice questions in trauma and orthopaedics drawn along the superior border of the femoral neck to assess for slipped upper femoral epiphysis. A17 (c). In newborns and infants up to 6 months of age, closed reduction and immobilisation in a Pavlik harness is the treatment of choice. After application of the harness, radiographs or an ultrasound scan should be obtained to demonstrate satisfactory reduction.
There is an association between congenital muscular torticollis and other ‘packaging disorders’ such as metatarsus adductus and developmental dysplasia of the hip. A2 (d). In general, surgery should be avoided in the first 3 years in children suffering from cerebral palsy. However, if hip abduction is less than 458 and radiographs demonstrate partial uncovering of the femoral head, the hip is deemed to be at risk. This is the only situation in which surgery is indicated below the age of 3 years, and an adductor tenotomy with or without a psoas release is the operation of choice.
Snapping hip syndrome. Which of the following abnormalities is characteristically seen in rheumatoid arthritis? (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Femoral nerve. Obturator nerve. Superior gluteal nerve. Inferior gluteal nerve. Sciatic nerve. A 27-year-old woman complains of a burning pain and numbness affecting the anterolateral part of her proximal right thigh. Her symptoms are reproduced by deep palpation just below the anterior superior iliac spine. What is the underlying diagnosis? (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 51 Acetabular retroversion.
Practice questions in trauma and orthopaedics for the FRCS by Pankaj Sharma, Richard Mayon-White