Pediatrics
Hand Therapy
Mental Health
Physical Dysfunctions
100

Jane is a 5-year-old client with cerebral palsy with near normal tone at rest, but it increases whenever she attempts to move her extremities. Jane’s tone would be classified as:

Moderate spasticity

100

Which type of arthritis is characterized by remissions and exacerbations and begins in the acute phase as an inflammatory process of the synovial lining?

Rheumatoid arthritis

100

A 30 point questionnaire screening tool commonly used to screen for dementia and cognitive impairments

MMSE (Mini-Mental State Examination)

100

The grade given for a patient who moves through complete range of motion against gravity and slight resistance during a manual muscle test

What is 3+ (Fair plus)

200

Larry is a 9-year-old child who was referred for a pediatric vision evaluation. His teacher has noted that he holds his books and papers close to his face. Larry complains of blurred vision and does not wear glasses. Larry’s visual impairment most likely is:

Myopia

200

What is the name for compression of the ulnar nerve at the elbow?

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

200

The Allen Cognitive Level a patient should be discharged home at

4 (4.6)

200

The BEST way for an individual with an upper extremity fracture to maintain arm strength until the cast is removed

What is isometric muscle contractions

300

When does hand dominance begin to develop?

3 to 6 years

300

Compression of WHAT nerve can cause weakening of the power grip?

Ulnar Nerve

300

The Allen Cognitive Level a patient can carry out a task with three familiar steps and one new step

Allen Cognitive Level 5

300

The best intervention for a patient who is unable to move upper-extremity above the shoulder and complains of progressively worsening shoulder pain and stiffness

What is stretching exercises

400

Tilt a 7-month-old in a supported sitting position and head movement in the opposite direction to maintain alignment with body is observed. What type of reaction is this?

Equilibrium reaction

400

Compression of WHAT nerve causes weakness or paralysis of the wrist extensors, MCPs, and thumb & results in wrist drop?

Radial Nerve

400

A patient with an anxiety disorder has been placed on new anti-anxiety medication. The OT practitioner should monitor the patient over the next few days for these side effects

Decreased arousal and drowsiness

400

The spinal cord injury levels a patient would present as independent in all self-care

What is T6 to L4

500

Creative play or participating in cooperative peer groups develops at what ages in children?

4 to 7 years

500

Patient presents with a wound in the palm near the webbed space. The deep branch of the ulnar nerve is lacerated. What muscle would be affected by this injury?

adductor pollicis

500

Characterized by a lifelong pattern of social withdrawal, discomfort with human interaction, introverted, bland, constricted affect, and often seen by others as eccentric, isolated, or lonely 

schizoid personality disorder

500

Nathan is a 25-year-old client who sustained a C6 spinal cord injury secondary to a motor vehicle accident (MVA). The injury occurred to the right side of his spinal cord. These sensations are expected to be absent on the left side of the body below the level of the lesion during the OT evaluation

What is pain and temperature

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