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QUESTION 1 OF 4

18.A patient presents with weakness of APB, OP and weakness of flexion of the PIPJ of the index finger. FCR and FCU are intact.
The site of compression is most likely:

QUESTION ID: 2189

1. Between the heads of Pronator teres
2. Deep to lacertus fibrosus (bicipital aponeurosis)
3. Deep to the fibrous arch of FDP
4. Deep to the ligament of Struthers
5. Deep to the transverse carpal ligament

QUESTION 2 OF 4

19.A patient with AIN palsy due to entrapment at the tendinous edge of the deep head of pronator teres will have all the following except:
Intact sensation at base of thenar eminence

QUESTION ID: 2190

1. Intact sensation at base of thenar eminence
2. Normal pronation strength with the elbows fully flexed
3. Weakness of flexion of the DIPJ of the middle /long finger
4. Weakness of flexion of the IPJ of the thumb
5. Weakness of flexion to the index DIPJ

QUESTION 3 OF 4

20.A 48-year-old right hand dominant builder develops a 4-month history of weakness of flexion of the right thumb IPJ and index DIPJ.
Which of the following would be your likely treatment?

QUESTION ID: 2191

1. Decompression of the nerve between the two heads of pronator teres
2. Reassurance
3. Release of the Gantzer muscle
4. Release of the lacertus fibrosus edge
5. Splinting of the joints in slight flexion

QUESTION 4 OF 4

X.A patient  with a cubitus valgus deformity has weakness of the muscles of the hand.
Following surgery which of the following is most likely to recover last

QUESTION ID: 2196

1. Adduction of the fingers
2. Adduction of thumb
3. Flexion and ulnar deviation of wrist
4. Flexion of DIPJ of little finger
5. Flexion of thumb IPJ