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QUESTION 1 OF 4

“Too many toes” sign would most likely be seen in which case?

QUESTION ID: 45

1. A. Charcot Marie Tooth Disease
2. B. Fibular Hemimelia
3. C. Grade IIA Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction
4. D. Grade IIB Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction
5. E. Iselin’s disease

QUESTION 2 OF 4

A patient attends clinic for the results of an excision biopsy performed from a discrete firm lesion in the foot. Histopathology report included no cell atypia, myofibroblast proliferation and collagen proliferation of Type 3 collagen more so than Type 1 collagen. What is the likely diagnosis?

QUESTION ID: 47

1. A. Fibromyxoma
2. B. Gardner’s disease
3. C. Ledderhose disease
4. D. Lipoma
5. E. Synovial sarcoma

QUESTION 3 OF 4

Choose below the most likely diagnosis for the following clinical caveat. A 42 year female with a bunion presents with pain on shod weight bearing originating at the 2nd  and 3rd metatarsal heads.

QUESTION ID: 48

1. A. Claw toe
2. B. Freiberg’s disease
3. C. Plantar plate rupture
4. D. Morton neuroma
5. E. MTP joint synovitis

QUESTION 4 OF 4

Which of the following is weakest predictor of associated osteomyelitis in diabetic foot ulcers?

QUESTION ID: 53

1. A. MRI with Gadolinium demonstrating contrast enhancement
2. B. Positive organism and sensitivity following ulcer wound swab
3. C. Radiographs demonstrating cortical erosions
4. D. Ulcer that probes to bone
5. E. White blood cell scan