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QUESTION 1 OF 2

A 53-year-old librarian presents with a long history of morning stiffness and a symmetrical polyarthropathy of the hands. She is positive for serum anti-CCP antibodies.
Which of the following clinical findings would not be expected?

QUESTION ID: 1075

1. A. Splenomegaly
2. B. Swan-neck deformity
3. C. Thumb Boutonnière (Nalebuff 1)
4. D. Ulnar deviation and volar subluxation of the digits
5. E. Ulnar deviation of the carpus

QUESTION 2 OF 2

117.A 2-year-old boy presents with a 5-day history of a painful swelling of his right hand. X-rays of his hands are shown. On examination, he has a low-grade fever with leucocytosis
The most likely diagnosis is

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Figure 2 AP radiograph hand 

QUESTION ID: 2204

1. JIA( juvenile idiopathic arthritis)
2. Osteomyelitis
3. Psoriatic arthropathy
4. Septic arthritis
5. Sickle cell dactylitis