1. What is the action of Supraspinatus
A.Abduction of arm
B.Adduction of arm
C.Lateral rotation of the arm
D.Medial rotation of the arm
2. Which two rotator cuff muscles laterally rotate the arm at the shoulder?
A.Infraspinatus and subscapularis
B.Supraspinatus and infraspinatus
C.Teres Minor and Infraspinatus
D.Teres minor and Subscapularis
3. What is the origin of supraspinatus?
A.Medial 2/3 Infraspinous fossa of the scapula and covering fascia
B.Medial 2/3 supraspinous fossa + covering fascia
C.Upper 2/3 of the lateral border of scapula
4. What nerve supplies Teres minor?
A.Axillary nerve C5,6
B.Subscapular nerve C5,6
C.Upper and lower subscapular nerve C5,6,7
5. Which muscles are supplied by suprascapular nerve C5,6
A.The infraspinatus and teres minor
B.Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus
C.Supraspinatus and Teres minor
D.Teres Minor and Subscapularis
6. Where does subscapularis insert?
A.Inferior facet of greater tubercle of humerus
B.Lesser tubercle of humerus
C.Middle tubercle of humerus
7. Where on the humerus does supraspinatus attach?
A.Inferior facet of greater tubercle
C.The middle facet of greater tubercle
D.The upper facet of greater tubercle
8. Which of the following are red flags specific for the shoulder joint?
A.Bilateral shoulder and neck pain
B.Recent convulsion or electric shock
C.Change in shoulder contour without loss of rotation
D.Positive drop arm test
E.A headache, jaw pain, blurred vision
F.Referred pain to the hand
9.Which of the following is NOT a rotator cuff muscle
10. Which of the following test is not a test for shoulder impingement?
B.Painful arc test
11. The apprehension test has a sensitivity of 60% and a specificity of 95% to diagnose anterior shoulder instability. What does this mean?
A. Of 100 patients with anterior shoulder instability, 60 patients will have a positive apprehension test.
B. Of 100 patients without anterior shoulder instability, 60 patients will have a negative apprehension test
C. Of 100 patients with anterior shoulder instability, 95 patients will have a positive apprehension test.
D. Of 100 patients without anterior shoulder instability, 95 patients will have a negative apprehension test
12. When a 25-year-old patient comes into your practice with the following complaints: – Pain with overhead movements – Pain usually gets worse after activities and at night – Shoulder has been dislocated one year ago During the assessment you notice that the patient has pain when abducting and externally rotating his shoulder. Also, the patient’s shoulder is clicking and popping during the assessment. What would you suspect the patient to have?
D.Rotator cuff pathology
13. Which rotator cuff test has a 95% sensitivity and a 95% specificity? And which muscle does this test?
A.External rotation lag test – supraspinatus
B.External rotation lag test – subscapularis
C.Internal rotation lag test – supraspinatus
D.Internal rotation lag test – subscapularis