10 tough CPD questions on Hip diagnosis: do you know your FAI from your BSI? [3min test]

Hip diagnosis can be elusive at times – it can get even more confusing with imaging.

This quiz will test your depth of knowledge of clinical and imaging findings for hip pathologies.

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Which clinical feature can be used to differentiate a labral tear from FAI?

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Which of these are risk factors for congential hip dysplasia? Select two factors.

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https://www.physio-pedia.com/Hip_Dysplasia
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Which is NOT a risk factor for a pelvic bone stress injury?

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The Flexion-Adduction-Internal Rotation (FAddIR) test of the hip is:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25515771/
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Which blood test findings would indicate an increased risk of bone stress injuries? Select 2 answers

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Meralgia Paraesthetica (aka. "Skinny Jeans syndrome") causes neural symptoms on the anterolateral thigh. It can be confirmed with which muscle test?

The condition affects the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve
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Which is NOT a risk factor for a Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)?

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When diagnosing an unstable SCFE, which clinical finding would be supportive of that diagnosis?

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The Adductor Squeeze test is a resisted muscle test for the Adductor group. Which other pathologies may also be symptomatic for groin pain with this test? Select two answers

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For the Adductor Squeeze, we recommend performing it in 10-15 degrees of abduction to avoid overlap with some hip joint pathologies.
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There are a number of features used to identify Osteoarthritis on X-ray. Which feature is NOT present on this scan?

severe OA of the hip Case courtesy of Dr Ian Bickle, Radiopaedia.org, rID: 79434
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Hip pathologies
Great work, very impressive! You should try our Complex hip case study to really test yourself.
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Solid effort, only a few loose ends. You should try our Hip pain case study to keep improving.
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