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  1. Enthesopathy
    A. pathology of area where capsular insert
    B. pathology proceeds xray changes
    C.pathology of area where ligs insert
    D. pathological fusion
    C. pathology of area where ligs insert
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Enthesis
    A. pathology of area where ligs insert
    B. pathology of fusion
    C. area where capsular ligs insert
    d. none of the above
    C. area wehre capsular ligs insert
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. ankylosing means;
    A. immatory is chronic
    B. calcification of ligaments
    C. loss of joint space
    D. pathological fusion
    D. pathological fusion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. ankylosing spondylitis more common in:
    A. african amarican males
    B. females
    C. white males
    D. males
    C. white males
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. age of onset in ankylosing spondylitis is:
    A. children
    B. 18 years
    C. 26 years
    D. all ages
    C. 26 years
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. primary symptom(s) of ankylosing spondylitis?
    a. low back pain
    b. morning stiffness
    c. last for more than three months
    d. all the above
    • d. all of the above.
    • LBP and Thoracic pain and decrease rom and chest expansion decreased
  7. Common ankylosing spondylitis xray landmarks?
    a.SI joint
    b. heels
    c. thoracolumbar junction
    d. all the above
    e. none of the above
    • d. all of the above
    • si joint
    • heels
    • thoracolumbar junction
  8. T/F SI involvement occurs early in AS disease?
    F. it occurs after disease has progressed
  9. primary patholigies for ankylosing spondylitits
    A. inflammatory synovitis
    B. calcification of ligaments
    C. HLA-B27 marker
    d. all of the above
    B. pathology= calcification of ligaments called enthesopathy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Does exercise improve inflammation pain in AS patients?
    yes reduces edema and stiffness
  11. Is AS genetic/inherited?
    yes, 30x more prev in families
  12. HLA-B27 antigen is associated with?
    a. AS
    b.RA
    c. OA
    d. all of the above
    ankylosing spondylitis found in 95% of pts
  13. AS vs RA
    • RA starts in uppper limbs vs. AS starts in lower limbs
    • AS total spine involvement vs. RA limited to cervical
    • both are symmetrical
  14. What ossifies in AS eventually
    annular fibers--> spinal ligaments
  15. Since AS is mechanical will it resolve faster?
    yes, inflammatory is more chronic
  16. pseudowidening is associated with SI joint in what disease?

    A. chondrosarcoma
    B. psoriatic arthritis
    C. reiter's syndrome
    D. ankylosis spodylitis
    D. ankylosis spondylitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Bamboo spine
    Advanced AS with preserve disc space
  18. fuzzy margin of SI joint
    As hallmark
  19. syndesmophytes
    ossification of disc capsule ligaments
  20. What arthropathy is associated with skin?
    A. gout
    B. enteropathic arthropathy
    C. psoriatic arthritis
    D. ankylosing spondylitis
    C. psoriatic arthritis

    erythematous patches cover with silvery scales
    auspitz sign- remove scales-->pinpoint bleeding
    extensor surfaces- elboy, knee, scalp, back
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Delicate eggshell thin bridge
    AS
  22. What % of pts with psoriasis get it?
    a. 1-3
    b. 4-6
    c. 5-8
    d. 10
    5-8%
  23. Typical age for Dx of PA(psoriatic arthritis)
    age 40
  24. Characterstic symptoms of PA

    a. scaly skin
    b. red patches
    c. pinpoint bleeding
    d. all of the above
    all of the above characterize psoriatic arthritis
  25. Which of the following has round cell tumors, except?
    A. ewing's sarcoma
    B. lymphoma
    C. chondrosarcoma
    D. multiple myloma
    C. chondrosarcoma has scalloping
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. xray findings show cortical saurization
    ewings sarcoma
  27. xray finding show pedunculated or sessile bone
    osteochondroma
  28. who is the most common benign tumor of the bone?
    a. ewing's sarcoma
    b. osteochondroma
    c. chondrosarcoma
    d. none of the above
    • b. osteochondroma
    • 10-15% of all bone tumors
  29. HME/ hereditary mulitple exostosis
    • widesppread throught the body
    • family history
    • associated with osteochondroma
  30. 2/3 of patients show MOTTLED CALCIFICATION within the tumor matrix
    chondrosarcoma

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