Positioning Quiz

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Question 1

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Which of the following shows the most common postoperative peripheral neuropathy?
Answer
  • brachial plexus
  • ulnar nerve
  • common peroneal nerve
  • median nerve

Question 2

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Injury to this nerve eventually leads to claw hand
Answer
  • median
  • radial
  • ulnar
  • musculocutaneous

Question 3

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Injury to this nerve prevents abduction and opposition of the fifth finger
Answer
  • median
  • radial
  • ulnar
  • musculocutaneous

Question 4

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Abduction of the right arm greater than 90 degrees or turning the head to the left may injure this structure
Answer
  • interscalene nerve
  • ulnar nerve
  • brachial plexus
  • musculocutaneous nerve

Question 5

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Spreading the sternum during open heart surgery may injure the ...
Answer
  • intercostal nerve
  • abdominal nerve
  • brachial plexus
  • ilioinguinal nerve

Question 6

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Which nerve is compressed when pressure is applied to the spiral groove of the humerus?
Answer
  • brachial plexus
  • musculocutaneous
  • radial
  • median

Question 7

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Injury to this nerve results in decreased sensation over the dorsal surface of the lateral three and one-half fingers
Answer
  • ulnar
  • radial
  • median
  • musculocutaneous

Question 8

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This nerve may be damaged during intravenous starts
Answer
  • ulnar
  • radial
  • musculocutaneous
  • median

Question 9

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When this nerve is injured, opposition of the first and fifth digits is precluded
Answer
  • radial
  • ulnar
  • musculocutaneous
  • median

Question 10

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Injury to the musculocutaneous nerve results in inability to:
Answer
  • flex the arm
  • oppose the thumb
  • extend the elbow
  • extend the wrist

Question 11

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The patient has weakened skeletal muscle function below the knee. Which nerve is injured?
Answer
  • sciatic
  • femoral
  • common peroneal
  • tibial

Question 12

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The most frequently damaged nerve in the lower extremity is the:
Answer
  • tibial
  • common peroneal
  • sciatic
  • femoral

Question 13

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The patient's foot has been placed in plantar flexion for an extended period of time. What nerve is commonly injured in this scenario?
Answer
  • sciatic
  • tibial
  • femoral
  • common peroneal

Question 14

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Which nerve may be compressed against the pelvic brim by a self-retaining retractor?
Answer
  • tibial
  • common peroneal
  • sciatic
  • femoral

Question 15

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Which of the following is a terminal branch of the femoral nerve?
Answer
  • saphenous
  • obturator
  • tibial
  • sciatic

Question 16

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Inability to adduct the thigh occurs when the ______ nerve is injured
Answer
  • sciatic
  • obturator
  • saphenous
  • tibial