Exam 2

Exam 2 Preparation

Congratulations! You have made it to exam 2. In this week, you are going to recap the study material that you have covered in the past weeks.
You already know the common mistakes you should avoid during an exam from our first exam preparation. We know that you have learned a lot of assessment modalities and special tests since then and at times it might be hard to remember all of the names.

In order for you to prepare for the exam, you have most likely done a mock exam in class. We want to give you the opportunity to do the same at home with a partner. Therefore, we have prepared an interactive exam video for you! Check the video below where Andreas explains everything. You can also complete the quiz on the right to check your knowledge. We wish you good luck!



Welcome to the Exam B preperation Quiz! You have 1 try for the quiz and the chance to receive a certificate at the end! Good luck!

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1. Lateral epicondylitis of the elbow can be caused by...
2. The anterior drawer of the ankle joint is performed in:
3. The MLPP of the ulnohumeral joint is:
4. The tendons of the abductor pollicis longus and extensor pollicis brevis form the anatomical snuff box.
5. The scapulothoracic rhythm contains 4 phases.
6. The MLPP of the shoulder joint is:
7. In external impingement the following structure can be impinged:
8. In an achilles tendon rupture, ankle dorsiflexion is absent.
9. The Weber-Barstow maneuver assess for...
10. The MLPP of the hip joint is:
11. The common peroneal nerve winds around the head of the tibia.
12. The biceps is a phasic muscle that has a natural tendency to tighten.
13. NervesThe blue area shows the distribution of the median nerve.
14. The aim of joint play is to...
15. During the Apley Test, if pain shows primarily during compression and shows decreased rotation, the lesion is most probably in:
16. A positive Neer, Hawkins-Kennedy, Jobe, and apprehension Test may be an indication for:
17. The labrum of the hip is...
18. A positive Trendelenburg Test indicates:
19. From patient history-taking and meniscus examination you suspect a meniscal tear. What do you do?

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