Medical Quiz

Injury Quiz


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Identify the fracture: Break of splinter of the bone into more than two fragments

A. transverse

B. oblique

C. compound

D. comminuted


A direct blow to the front of the thigh would cause what injury?

A. Iliac Crest Contusion

B. Quadriceps Contusion

C. Hamstring Strain

D. Quadriceps Strain


What is another name for shinsplints?

A. medial tibial stress syndrome

B. medial fibular stress syndrome

C. compartment syndrome

D. lateral tibial stress syndrome


This injury is also known as…a bruise

A. Myositis Ossificans

B. Puncture

C. contusion

D. Avulsion


Which ligament stabilizes the knee against a varus force?

A. ACL

B. MCL

C. PCL

D. LCL


What structures provides cushion between the femur and tibia?

A. ligaments

B. tendons

C. mensicus

D. tuberosities


This injury to the bone occurs at the base of the 5th metatarsal.

A. Lisfranc

B. Jones

C. Eversion

D. Cuboid


The stretching or tearing of ___________ is a strain.

A. meniscus

B. muscle

C. ligament

D. connective tissue


This injury is also known as…”baseball finger”

A. jersey finger

B. gamekeepers thumb

C. buttonhole deformity

D. mallet finger


This injury is also known as…a cut

A. Abrasion

B. Puncture

C. Laceration

D. Avulsion


Most common MOI for non-contact ACL sprain is what?

A. “Plant and twist”

B. “Squat and step”

C. “Duck walk”

D. “Overstretching”


Which ligament prevents a valgus (lateral) force on the knee?

A. ACL

B. PCL

C. MCL

D. LCL


Injury where muscles on the front of the tibia swell due to overuse and cause pressure to connective tissue 

A. compartment syndrome

B. medial tibial stress syndrome

C. halux valgus 

D. hammer toe


Identify the fracture: A slanted fracture that occurs when force is applied at an angle

A. transverse

B. oblique

C. compound

D. comminuted


What is a subluxation?

A. Partial fracture

B. Partial hematoma

C. Partial abrasion

D. Partial disloaction


What should you do to protect a contusion before an athlete returns to play?

A. Surgery

B. Pad the Area

C. Heat

D. Stretch


What injury would have a sharp pain on the front of the thigh muscle?

A. Adductor Strain

B. Hamstring Strain

C. Osteitis Pubis

D. Quadriceps Strain


A “dashboard injury” typically refers to an injury to which ligament?

A. ACL

B. PCL

C. MCL

D. LCL


What injury to the olecranon results from a direct blow and presents with significant inflammation and swelling?

A. contusion

B. fracture

C. tendonitis

D. bursitis


Identify the injury pictured

A. jersey finger

B. buttonhole deformity

C. mallet finger

D. volkmanns contracture


What commonly broken bone of the shoulder girdle typically results from a fall on the tip of the shoulder?

A. Humerus

B. Scapula

C. Clavicle

D. Acromion


What injury would have a sharp pain on the back of the thigh muscle?

A. Adductor Strain

B. Hamstring Strain

C. Osteitis Pubis

D. Quadriceps Strain


A blow to the lateral side of the knee could cause a tear in which ligament?

A. MCL

B. ACL

C. PCL

D. LCL


Identify the injury pictured

A. jersey finger

B. buttonhole deformity

C. mallet finger

D. volkmanns contracture


This injury is also know as… “runners knee”

A. Chondromalacia patella

B. Osgood-schlatter

C. Osteitis Pubis

D. Torn Meniscus




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