2541. Fracture neck of femur in children is best treated by _________.

A. Plaster spica in abduction
B. Plaster spica in adduction and internal rotation
C. Skeletal traction
D. Open reduction *

2542. The single most factor is fracture healing is __________.

A. Correct bone alignment
B. Accurate reduction
C. Immobilization *
D. Organization of clot

2543. The last thing to occur in fracture healing is _________.

A. Reestablishment o fnormal vascular atrophy
B. Remodelling of haversian systems *
C. Removal of callus
D. Inactivation of endosteum and periosteum

2544. Fall onto the feet so as to cause fracture calcaneus is most often associated with fracture of __________.

A. Femur
B. Vertebra *
C. Pelvis
D. Tibia

2545. The fracture in children that very often requires open reduction is _______.

A. Both bones of forearm
B. Subtrochanteric fracture
C. Humeral lateral epicondyle *
D. Femoral condyle

2546. Recurrence of baker’s cyst should make the surgeon to suspect ________.

A. Neoplastic change
B. Undiagnosed pathology within knee *
C. Incomplete removal of cyst
D. The communication to the joint persisting .

2547. A stress fracture may closely simulate _________.

A. AI of osteomyelitis
B. benign neoplasm
C. Malignant neoplasm *
D. Myositis ossification

2548. Myositis ossificans can be best differentiated from osteogenic sarcoma by __________.

A. Lack of mitotic figures
B. Anatomical location
C. The type of bone formed
D. None of the above *

2549. Excess secretion of which of the following characterizes muscular dystrophy________.

A. Hydroxyproline
B. Chondroitin sulphate
C. Creatine *
D. Creatinine

2550. True muscle hypertrophy is seen in __________.

A. Myotonic dystrophy
B. Myotonic congenita *
C. Central core disease
D. Amyotonia congenita