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1:  All of the following are types of musculoskeletal system muscle EXCEPT:
A: cardiac muscle.
B: fibrous muscle.
C: skeletal muscle.
D: smooth muscle.

2:  A strain is defined as:
A: disruption of a joint in which the bone ends are no longer in contact.
B: a break in the continuity of the bone.
C: a muscle pull.
D: stretching or tearing of supporting ligaments.

3:  Which of the following types of fractures is defined as a bone that is broken into more than two fragments?
A: Greenstick fracture
B: Comminuted fracture
C: Pathologic fracture
D: Epiphyseal fracture

4:  What type of splint is best indicated for a mid-shaft femur fracture?
A: Sling and swath
B: Air splint
C: Traction splint

5:  Injuries of the wrist and hand should be splinted:
A: in the position they are found in.
B: in a position of comfort.
C: in a position of function.
D: with the fingers straight out.

6:  How would a fractured clavicle best be splinted?
A: Sling and swath
B: Air splint
C: Traction splint

7:  Patients with displaced fractures of the proximal femur usually present with:
A: the injured leg shortened and internally rotated.
B: the injured leg shortened and externally rotated.
C: supine with the hip joint flexed and the thigh rotated inward.
D: supine with the hip joint flexed and the thigh rotated outward.

8:  Assessment of a trauma patient reveals the patient has a pulseless limb. Medical control advises you to try to reposition the limb in order to restore distal circulation. How many attempts should you make?
A: One
B: Two
C: Three
D: As many as needed

9:  Fractures of the distal radius are commonly referred to as:
A: comminuted fractures.
B: Le Fort fractures.
C: colles fractures.
D: epiphyseal fractures.

10:  What is the most reliable indicator of an underlying fracture?
A: Crepitus
B: Point tenderness
C: Swelling
D: Bruising

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