Clinical Imaging 3rd Edition By Marchiori – Test Bank
Chapter 11: Hematologic Bone Diseases
1. Bone death secondary to an inadequate blood supply is known as __________.
b. avascular necrosis
c. hereditary spherocytosis
2. Avascular necrosis in the femur head of an adult is known as __________ disease.
3. Which of the following terms refers to a focal segment of epiphyseal necrosis?
a. Sickle cell anemia
b. Osteochondritis dissecans
c. Hereditary spherocytosis
4. What is the most common location of osteochondritis dissecans?
a. The medial aspect of the olecranon process
b. The lateral aspect of the medial femoral condyle
c. The anterior aspect of the medial humeral epicondyle
d. The sustentaculum tali of the calcaneus
5. Which of the following statements best characterizes osteochondritis dissecans?
a. Osteochondral defect.
b. It only occurs in children.
c. It most commonly affects the distal tibia.
d. It more frequently affects non–weight-bearing bones.
6. What is the most common location for an infarction in the epiphysis of a skeletally immature long bone?
a. Distal femur
b. Proximal humerus
c. Proximal femur
d. Distal humerus
7. Which disease affects the epiphysis of the proximal femur in a child?
8. What is the term for an infarction in the epiphysis of the capitellum of the humerus in a child?
a. Panner disease
b. Hass disease
c. Chandler disease
d. Freiberg disease
9. The order of events in bone necrosis is __________.
a. osteoarthritis, ischemia, revascularization, repair, deformity
b. ischemia, revascularization, repair, deformity, osteoarthritis
c. ischemia, revascularization, deformity, repair, osteoarthritis
d. osteoarthritis, ischemia, repair, revascularization, deformity
10. The process of bone necrosis to deposition and remodeling of new bone may take __________.
a. 1 to 8 years
b. 1 to 8 months
c. 1 to 3 months
d. 1 to 3 weeks