MCQS 383-385:The average age of patients with a slipped capital femoral epiphysis at presentation is

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Question:383
A patient complains of recurrent red eyes. He uses soft contact lenses and on examination white lumps can be seen on the underside of the upper eyelid. What type of conjunctivitis has this patient probably have

a) Toxic follicular conjuntivitis
b) trichiasis
c) blepharitis
d) episcleritis
e) dacrocytitis
f) epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
g) gonococcal conjunctivitis
h) preseptal cellulitis
i) vernal conjunctivitis
j) giant papillary conjuntivitis

 

 

Question:384
A 13 year old obese boy presents with a three month history of progressive hip pain. There is no history of trauma. On examination the affected limb is externally rotated The most likely pathology is

a) Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
b) infectious arthritis
c) osteosarcoma
d) tibial spiral fracture
e) slipped femoral epiphysis
f) osteogenesis imperfecta
g) fractured neck of femur
h) congenital dislocation of the hip
i) Transient monoarticular synovitis
j) osteoid osteoma

 

 

Question:385
The average age of patients with a slipped capital femoral epiphysis at presentation is

a) at birth
b) 1-5 months
c) 6-24 months
d) 2-5 years
e) 6-14 years
f) 15-20 years
g) 20-30 years
h) 30-40 years
i) 40-60 years
j) over 60 years


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