PEM QUIZ - Injuries and Orthopaedics
Test your knowledge of common injuries and orthopaedic problems seen in the Emergency Department. Answers available once you have completed the quiz, by clicking the link on the next page.

Just for fun - or feel free to use this in your next teaching session!

1. This injury has a specific name… what is it? What is the typical mechanism?
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2. Playing ‘rock, paper, scissors’ can help you assess peripheral nerve function in arm injuries… but which movement tests which nerve? Rock: Paper: Scissors:
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3. Can you label the anatomy of the nail bed?
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4. What is a Galeazzi fracture?
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5. How many types of Salter-Harris fractures are there? Which is the most common?
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6. What is the medical term for a ‘pulled elbow’ and what is actually happening?
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7. What is shown in this Xray? Bonus points for the Latin name…
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8. What structures can you see in this ultrasound image? Clue: child has come in with a femoral fracture…
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Label the anatomy here for a femoral nerve block:
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