This knee injury quiz is designed to test the clinical knowledge of Physios with at least 2-3 years of experience.

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Name the growth-related condition affecting the inferior pole of the Patella.

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Name the type of fracture indicated by the arrow on the lateral aspect of the knee.

knee xray 1 Case courtesy of Dr Chris O'Donnell, Radiopaedia.org, rID: 18221
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What injury is commonly associated with a Segond fracture (pictured)?

knee xray 1 Case courtesy of Dr Chris O'Donnell, Radiopaedia.org, rID: 18221
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Which three injuries are referred to as the "O'Donoghue Unhappy Triad"?

Please select 3 correct answers

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How would you categorise an avulsion fracture of the inferior pole of the Patella?

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This categorisation determines whether you would expect intra-articular effusion as a clinical sign.

ITB pain during knee flexion is typically aggravated by the addition of.... (select two answers)

Please select 2 correct answers

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At what knee flexion angle does patellofemoral force peak?

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What is considered a positive result for Clarke sign/Clarke's test for patellofemoral pain?

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