Ortho Quiz

Ortho Quiz

by Steven L. Kleinfield DC, FIANM(us)

 

1. Perkin’s Line is drawn on a radiograph:

a. Horizontally through the inferior aspect of both triradiate cartilages

b. Horizontally through the superior aspect of both triradiate cartilages

c. Vertically from the lateral most aspect of the acetabular roof

d. Vertically from the medial most aspect of the acetabular roof

 

2. Hilgenreiner Line is drawn on a radiograph:

a. Horizontally through the inferior aspect of both triradiate cartilages

b. Horizontally through the superior aspect of both triradiate cartilages

c. Vertically from the lateral most aspect of the acetabular roof

d. Vertically from the medial most aspect of the acetabular roof

 

3. Perkin’s Line used in conjunction with Hilgenreiner Line is helpful in diagnosis which of the following conditions:

a. Lumbar Spinal Retrolisthesis

b. Acetabular Dysplasia

c. Osteitis Condensans Illium

d. Otto’s Pelvis

 

4. Shenton’s Line is used radiographically to diagnose:

a. Lumbar Spinal Retrolisthesis

b. Acetabular Dysplasia

c. Osteitis Condensans ilii

d. Otto’s Pelvis

 

5. Bohler’s angle is used to evaluate for which condition:

a. Anterior Talo-Fibular Sprain

b. Deltoid Ligament Sprain

c. Lateral Malleolar Fracture

d. Calcaneal Fracture