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Review of Clinical Signs Review Questions

Common Musculoskeletal Problems of the Lower Extremities

Author: Bernard Karnath, MD

1. The maneuver shown below is used to elicit which of the following pathologies?


  1. Intraarticular hip problems
  2. Ligamentous ankle injuries
  3. Ligamentous knee injuries
  4. Low back problems
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2. The anterior drawer test is used to elicit laxity of which of the following ligaments?

  1. Anterior cruciate
  2. Posterior cruciate
  3. Lateral collateral
  4. Medial collateral
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3. The posterior drawer test is used to elicit laxity of which of the following ligaments?

  1. Anterior cruciate
  2. Posterior cruciate
  3. Lateral collateral
  4. Medial collateral
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4. The application of valgus stress at the knee is used to elicit laxity in which of the following ligaments?

  1. Anterior cruciate
  2. Posterior cruciate
  3. Lateral collateral
  4. Medial collateral
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5. The application of varus stress at the knee is used to elicit laxity in which of the following ligaments?

  1. Anterior cruciate
  2. Posterior cruciate
  3. Lateral collateral
  4. Medial collateral
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