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QUESTION 1 OF 2

A 54-year-old male diabetic, overweight and large build with presents with a 6-day history cellulitis around his left shin and painful left knee TKA.An uneventful TKA was performed in 2013.He has been started on IV antibiotics in casualty for cellulitis and given 1 dose. His temperature is 37.8C, CRP 63. He is systemically well. He has been admitted to the orthopaedics ward.
You are on call and decide the most appropriate management plan would be to 
 

QUESTION ID: 2168

1. Aspiration knee next trauma list
2. Continue with IV antibiotics until cellulitis settles
3. DAIR
4. Discharge home on oral antibiotics for 2 weeks and then review in OPC
5. Stop all antibiotics and admit for knee aspiration in 2 weeks

QUESTION 2 OF 2

121.A 65-year-old patient presents with recent worsening in his ability to mobilise. On examination he has global wasting in his right leg and has an equinus deformity of the ankle. On walking he arches the trunk backwards during the stance phase on the right leg. He has had motor problems ever since an illness as a child.
On clinical examination of this patient which finding is least likely to be present?

QUESTION ID: 2214

1. A LLD
2. He has a cavus foot
3. Ober’s test is positive
4. There will be areas of sensory loss in the leg
5. Walks holding on to his lower thigh