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QUESTION 1 OF 3

74.A 25-year-old man sustained a twisting injury to his right knee whilst playing tennis. The next day he noticed some swelling. Clinical examination revealed medial joint line tenderness.
Which of the following examination findings will most likely confirm his diagnosis?

QUESTION ID: 2192

1. Axial force down the leg with the patient prone and the knee flexed to 90 degrees
2. Internal rotation and external rotation of the flexed knee with axial pressure down the leg
3. Opening of joint with a valgus force
4. Rotating on a 20-degree flexed knee whilst weight-bearing on that side
5. Squat and walk

QUESTION 2 OF 3

119.A 4-year boy who is well and active is brought in by his parents because there is a palpable swelling in his popliteal fossa. On examination, you find a non-tender, soft tissue swelling just medial to the midline and just above the joint line
The most likely cause of the swelling is:

QUESTION ID: 2206

1. Lipoma
2. Lymph node
3. Popliteal aneurysm
4. Popliteal cyst
5. Semimembranosus bursa

QUESTION 3 OF 3

100 An 80-year-old man presents with knee pain. On examination, you notice that there is a transverse scar over the anterior aspect of the knee joint. On further questioning, the patient says that over 40 years ago, he had surgery for a 'smashed up patella'.
Further clinical examination is most likely to reveal which clinical finding?

QUESTION ID: 2210

1. A negative anterior drawer (positive – AP instability present not medial lateral)
2. Normal straight leg raising ( has extensor lag)
3. Opening of the joint with valgus force
4. Patella baja
5. Reduced flexion