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skeletal pathology quiz stack 4

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Smith fracture fx of the distal radius with anterior displacement
What fat pad is most common seen with an elbow fx and in what view? the posteroir fat pad on a lateral view.
On a normal lateral elbow, (without fx) what fat pad is barely visible? anterior, posterior should not be seen.
Open reduction surgical manipulation or fixture.
Malunion fx healing in a faulty position which impairs function
SNAT “suspected non-accidental trauma”
What makes up the anterior column of the spine? vertebral bodies, intervertebral disks, and anterior/posterior longitudinal ligaments
What makes up the posterior column of the spine? facets, zygapophseal joints, pedicles, laminae, spinous processes, and ligaments.
If 1-2 columns of the spine are intact the spine is considered: stable
Jeferson fracture comminuted fx of the ring of the atlas
Hangman’s fracture anterior subluxation of C2 on C3 associated with acute hyperextension
Spondylolysis cleft or indentation of the pars interarticularis
Spondylolisthesis cleft or indentation of the pars interarticularis with anterior displacement
Fx through the neck of the scotty dog: spondylolisthesis
Metabolic bone diseases include: osteoporosis, osteomalacia, rickets, gout, ischemic necrosis, and paget’s disease
Benign bone tumors include: osteochondroma, enchochondroma, osteoclastoma, bone cyst.
Malignant bone tumors include: osteogrnic sarcoma, chondrosarcoma, multiple myeloma
Created by: annaluz87