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Disorders of Mobility and Motor Function

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What is the typical time frame for Adhesive Capsulitis to resolve without treatment?

Within 2 years

What is the primary goal of treatment for Osteomyelitis?

To eliminate the infection

What is the risk factor for Osteonecrosis?

Long-term use of steroids

What is the primary symptom of Adhesive Capsulitis?

Stiffness and limited mobility

What is the diagnostic test used to confirm Osteomyelitis?

All of the above

What is the age range for Benign Bone Tumors to occur?

Up to age 30

What is the term for a break in a bone?

Fracture

What is the purpose of a lumbar puncture in seizure disorder diagnosis?

To collect cerebrospinal fluid

What is the term for a condition where muscles and nerves may die due to decreased blood flow?

Compartment syndrome

What is the name of the surgical procedure that replaces the ball and socket of the hip joint?

Total hip replacement

What is the term for inflammation of a bursa?

Bursitis

What is the term for a nerve entrapment that causes nerve damage and muscle weakness?

Carpal tunnel syndrome

What is the term for a muscle or muscle-tendon unit injury?

Strain

What is the term for a ligament injury that connects the femur to the tibia?

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury

What is the term for a cartilage injury located between the femur and tibia?

Meniscus injury

What is the term for a tendon injury that supports the muscle(s) that rip or tear from the bone?

Rotator cuff tear

What is the most common age range for the onset of Huntington disease symptoms?

Ages 35-44

What is the primary cause of death in individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)?

Pneumonia

Which of the following is NOT a known risk factor for Parkinson disease?

Female gender

What is the term for the 'pill-rolling' resting tremor of the hand in Parkinson disease?

Tremor

Which of the following is a characteristic of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS)?

Stable for 10-20 years

What is the name of the surgery used to treat Parkinson disease?

Ablation surgery

What is the term for the inflammation of the nerves in Multiple Sclerosis?

Demyelination

Which of the following is NOT a symptom of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)?

Tremors

What is the term for the slow and progressive loss of neuronal function and death in Huntington disease?

Neurodegeneration

What is the name of the medication used to treat chorea in Huntington disease?

Tetrabenazine

What is the primary cause of Osteoporosis?

Low bone density due to low intake of nutrients for bone growth

What is the term for the sudden rupture of a herniated disc, causing fluid to leak out and irritate nearby nerves?

Herniated or ruptured disc

Which type of arthritis is caused by the immune system dysfunction?

Rheumatoid arthritis

What is the name of the test used to diagnose Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (CCP) test

What is the term for the narrowing of the spinal column, which can cause numbness, tingling, and weakness in the legs?

Spinal stenosis

What is the term for a benign tumor that grows in the bone and can cause pain and limited mobility?

Osteolysis

What is the name of the condition where the spinal nerve roots are compressed, leading to incontinence and paralysis of the legs?

Cauda equina syndrome

What is the term for the condition where the bone density decreases, leading to fractures and osteoporosis?

Osteopenia

What is the term for the condition where the spinal column curves abnormally to one side, leading to deformities and disability?

Scoliosis

What is the term for the metabolic disorder that causes select bones to overgrow and become weak, leading to pain and deformity?

Paget disease

What is the primary cause of death in individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)?

Pneumonia

What is the term for the progressive and permanent loss of neuronal function and death in Huntington disease?

Neurodegeneration

What is the characteristic of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS)?

Repeated episodes of symptoms followed by periods of recovery

What is the name of the surgical procedure used to treat Parkinson disease?

Deep brain stimulation

What is the term for the 'pill-rolling' resting tremor of the hand in Parkinson disease?

Tremor

What is the primary goal of treatment for Huntington disease?

Reduce symptoms and improve quality of life

What is the term for the inflammation of the nerves in Multiple Sclerosis?

Demyelination

What is the name of the medication used to treat chorea in Huntington disease?

Tetrabenazine

What is the term for the autoimmune response in Multiple Sclerosis?

Autoimmune response

What is the term for the sudden rupture of a herniated disc, causing fluid to leak out and irritate nearby nerves?

Sequestration

What is the main clinical manifestation of Adhesive Capsulitis?

Self-imposed immobility of shoulder due to pain

What is the primary treatment for Osteomyelitis?

Antibiotics: IV for 2-6 weeks

What is the typical age range for Benign Bone Tumors to occur?

Up to age 30

What is the primary risk factor for Osteonecrosis?

All of the above

What is the typical time frame for Adhesive Capsulitis to resolve without treatment?

Within 2 years

What is the primary clinical manifestation of Osteonecrosis?

Pain when pressure or weight is applied to the joint

What is the primary mechanism of injury in a fracture?

Both direct and indirect force

What is the purpose of the remodelling stage in the healing of fractures?

Resorption of woven bone and formation of lamellar bone

What is the primary complication of a hip fracture in older adults?

Damage to the blood supply to the head of the femur

What is the primary symptom of compartment syndrome?

All of the above

What is the primary treatment for a seizure disorder?

Antiseizure medications

What is the primary cause of delayed union or non-union of fractures?

Infection

What is the primary mechanism of injury in a dislocation?

Trauma

What is the primary treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome?

All of the above

What is the primary complication of a meniscus injury?

All of the above

What is the primary mechanism of injury in a rotator cuff tear?

All of the above

What is the primary mechanism by which Gout disrupts the body's control of uric acid production or excretion?

Impaired clearance of uric acid by the kidneys

Which of the following is a characteristic of Degenerative Disc Disease?

Gradual wear and tear on the spinal discs

What is the term for the surgical procedure that replaces the ball and socket of the hip joint?

Hip Replacement

Which of the following is a risk factor for developing Osteoporosis?

Low body mass index

What is the term for the narrowing of the spinal column, which can cause numbness, tingling, and weakness in the legs?

Spinal Stenosis

Which of the following is a type of Rheumatic and Arthritic Disorder?

All of the above

What is the term for the metabolic disorder that causes select bones to overgrow and become weak, leading to pain and deformity?

Paget Disease

Which of the following is a complication of Scoliosis?

All of the above

What is the term for the condition where the spinal nerve roots are compressed, leading to incontinence and paralysis of the legs?

Cauda Equina Syndrome

Which of the following is a risk factor for developing Osteopenia?

All of the above

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