A 42-year-old male patient was playing soccer when he fell and tried to catch himself with his elbows bent. He felt a pop in his right elbow and has bruising and swelling of the posterior upper arm. He had difficulty pushing himself up and off of the ground. Which of the following is the most likely injury?
Which of the following bone lesions are inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern?
Which of the following factors increases the fracture risk in a patient with osteoporosis?
When treating male versus female patients with femoroacetabular impingement, which of the following sex differences may impact the treatment plan?
A 12-month-old child is referred for short stature. The child has a history of frequent respiratory tract infections. Examination reveals a short neck, coarse facies, and claw hands. Radiographs indicate flaring of the ribs and medial clavicle, anterior vertebral wedging, and odontoid hypoplasia. Which of the following is most likely to limit this child’s mobility?
For which of the following types of metastatic cancer to the spine does radiation therapy best achieve local control of the disease?
A 42-year-old patient with a long second toe presents with forefoot pain. Radiographs demonstrate no bony changes or dislocation at the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joints. Which of the following physical examination findings supports the diagnosis of plantar plate injury?