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Ankle Injuries Quiz


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Eversion (medial) ankle sprains happen _______ as inversion (lateral) ankle sprains)

A. less often

B. more often

C. as often


Inversion Ankle Sprain is also known as the

A. ATF Sprain

B. Lateral Ankle Sprain

C. Eversion Ankle Sprain


Partial tearing of a ligament is what grade of injury?

A. Grade 1 strain

B. Grade 1 sprain

C. Grade 2 strain

D. Grade 2 sprain


When doing the Talar Tilt test in Inversion; which ligament are you testing?

A. ATF

B. PTF

C. CF

D. Deltoid


On what side of the ankle is the pain, swelling, and bruising with a lateral ankle sprain?

A. Above the ankle

B. Inside of the ankle

C. Outside of the ankle

D. None of the above


Caused by the foot inverting, resulting in ligaments tearing.

A. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

B. Anterior Compartment Syndrome

C. Jones Fracture

D. Turf toe sprain

E. Ankle sprain


Identify the grade of sprain: moderate swelling, bruising, instability, moderate loss of function with visible limp.

A. Grade 2

B. Grade 1

C. Grade 3

D. Grade 5


inflammation of tendon is

A. Tendinitis

B. Strains

C. Stress Fractures

D. Jones Fracture


Where is an eversion sprain located?

A. lateral ankle

B. medial ankle

C. between tibia and fibular

D. on the metatarsals


Which of these would test the Deltoid Ligament?

A. Posterior Drawer

B. Talar Tilt- Eversion

C. Talar Tilt- Inversion

D. Anterior Drawer


What grade describes stretching or micro tears of a muscle or tendon?

A. Grade 1 strain

B. Grade 1 sprain

C. Grade2 strain

D. Grade 2 sprain


Which injury would you most likely tape or brace to prevent a re-injury if you’ve had a previous injury?

A. Anterior compartment syndrome

B. Medial tibial stress syndrome

C. Jones Fracture

D. Ankle sprain


What injury are you checking for if you do the bump test?

A. Ligament Sprains

B. Muscle Strains

C. Dislocations

D. Fractures


The anterior drawer test tests for:

A. strength of the anterior talofibular ligament

B. integrity of the Achilles tendon

C. assesses a high ankle sprain

D. stress fracture


What type of injury would be associated with this ankle movement you see in this image

A. Syndesmosis Sprain

B. Inversion Sprain

C. Eversion Sprain

D. Lisfranc Injury

E. Sinus Tarsi Syndrome


What type of injury would be associated with this ankle movement you see in this image

A. Syndesmosis Sprain

B. Inversion Sprain

C. Eversion Sprain

D. Lisfranc Injury

E. Sinus Tarsi Syndrome


Sally has a Grade I lateral ankle sprain, where as Jim has a Grade III lateral ankle sprain. Sally differs from Jim in that…

A. her sprain is worse

B. she will not need surgery

C. she will need crutches to get around school

D. hers requires a longer rehab


Where is a high ankle sprain located?

A. anterior talofibular ligament

B. calcaneofibular ligament

C. between tibia and fibula

D. tibiocalcaneoligament


What two motions cause a high ankle sprain?

A. Internal Rotation and Dorsiflexion

B. External rotation and Dorsiflexion

C. Inversion and Dorsiflexion

D. Eversion and Dorsiflexion


What is the common name for a syndesmosis sprain?

A. lateral ankle sprain

B. medial ankle sprain

C. high ankle sprain

D. mid-ankle sprain


What is indicates a positive test for an Anterior Drawer test?

A. sensitivity on the metatarsals

B. pain between the tibia and fibula

C. no plantar flexion of the foot

D. laxity of the ankle joint compared to the other side


A complete tear of a muscle or tendon is what grade of injury?

A. Grade 2 strain

B. Grade 2 sprain

C. Grade 3 strain

D. Grade 3 sprain


A grade 3 ankle sprain is:

A. complete tear of a tendon

B. complete tear of a ligament

C. partial tear of a tendon

D. partial tear of a ligament


What motion causes a medial ankle sprain?

A. inversion motion

B. Eversion motion

C. Dorsiflexion motion

D. Plantarflexion motion




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