Management of Patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders Quiz

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Management of Patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders Quiz

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1. An overgrowth of the horny layer of epidermis on the foot is called a:

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2. When lifting objects, patients with low back pain should be encouraged to maximize the use of the following muscles:

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3. The intervertebral disks that are subject to the greatest mechanical stress and greatest degenerative changes are:

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4. The average 75-year-old woman with osteoporosis has lost how much of her cortical bone?

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5. Most cases of osteomyelitis are caused by:

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6. The best position to ease low back pain is:

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7. Signs and symptoms of osteomyelitis may include all of the following except:

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8. The most common symptoms of osteomalacia are:

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9. Bone formation is enhanced by:

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10. Appropriate nursing actions when caring for a patient with a primary malignant bone tumor would include all of the following except:

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11. The term for onychocryptosis, a common foot condition, is:

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12. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a neuropathy characterized by:

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13. The specific treatment for chronic osteomyelitis would probably be:

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14. The estimated intake of calcium to prevent bone loss for a postmenopausal woman is ______ mg/day. The actual intake is about ________ mg/day.

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15. The most common benign bone tumor is:

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16. Back pain is classified as “chronic” when the pain lasts without improvement for longer than:

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17. The nurse should encourage a patient with low back pain to do all of the following except:

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