A 9 years old boy is brought to the paediatric orthopaedics clinic for clinical evaluation of tip toe walking.Which of the following is NOT part of your assessment.
QUESTION ID: 1248
A young child attends the paediatric clinic complaining of one years history of knee pain. Radiographs are shown below(Figure 1)Which of the following is correct
Figure 1.Anteroposterior(AP) and lateral radiographs tibia
QUESTION ID: 1249
A 1 year old male was brought to hospital with the x ray shown below, which of the following is correct
Figure 1.AP radiograph femur
QUESTION ID: 1287
96.On clinical examination of this 10-year-old boy what feature is he most likely to have?
QUESTION ID: 2236
125.An 11-year-old with GMFCS I cerebral palsy presents with a right stiff knee gait failing to achieve adequate flexion.Which test manoeuvre is best to assess the relevant muscle group tightness:
QUESTION ID: 2250
127.A child is born with a rocker-bottom deformity of the right foot with a prominent talar head medially.Which of the following is the most appropriate?
QUESTION ID: 2252
112.You see the following patient in your outpatient clinic. On further review, you note her right leg is bigger than the left(Figure 10). This condition is usually not associated with:
QUESTION ID: 3277
113.This is a clinical picture of a 12-year-old boy who complains of clumsiness and lateral foot pain(Figure 11).This condition
QUESTION ID: 3278
114. You see an 8-year-old boy in clinic who presents with asymmetrical scapulae and stiff neck(Figure 1).
QUESTION ID: 3279
115.You are asked to see a child in the ED with a painful, swollen sole of their foot. They jumped on something sharp 5 days ago. They had socks and trainers on at the time.Concerning the injury
QUESTION ID: 3280
116.You attend the join genetics, paediatrics and orthopaedic specialist clinic.You see a patient with rhizomelic dwarfism, lumbar stenosis and frontal bossing.
QUESTION ID: 3281
115.You attend the join genetics, paediatrics and orthopaedic specialist clinic.You see a patient with rhizomelic dwarfism, lumbar stenosis and frontal bossing.
QUESTION ID: 3282
129.If the hip movements in this child is normal what is the most likely diagnosis?
QUESTION ID: 3287
128. A 12-year-old girl presents with recurrent ankle sprains and a lateral view x ray shows a C sign looking at the hindfoot, which of the following is most appropriate:
QUESTION ID: 3288
90.If the hip movements in this child is normal what is the most likely diagnosis?
QUESTION ID: 3317
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