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QUESTION 1 OF 3

A 24-year-old athlete sustains a traumatic dislocation of the left shoulder. Following reduction, he is noted to have absent sensation in the deltoid area.
Which of the following is most likely to be positive:

QUESTION ID: 1066

1. A. Empty can test
2. B. External rotation lag sign
3. C. Gerber lift off test
4. D. Hornblower sign
5. E. O’Brien’s test

QUESTION 2 OF 3

15.Following ‘awake’ rotator cuff repair under regional block, a patient with pre-existing asthma has mild difficulty breathing in the recovery ward.
Which finding is most likely?

 

 

QUESTION ID: 2186

1. Basal atelectasis
2. Horners syndrome
3. Local anaesthetic toxicity
4. Pulmonary embolism
5. Raised hemidiaphragm

QUESTION 3 OF 3

61 A 30-year-old tennis player attends the clinic complaining of deep shoulder pain and weakness. Examination reveals wasting below the spine of scapula with worsening external rotation weakness when his elbow is at his side. He has full external rotation when his arm is elevated. 
The most useful investigation would be:

QUESTION ID: 2267

1. CT scan
2. MRI arthrogram
3. MRI scan
4. Plain radiograph
5. Ultrasound