Orthopaedic Trivia Quiz

AAOS Now tests your knowledge of orthopaedic trivia. Take a minute and see how well you know your orthopaedic trivia—but don’t peek at the answers! An expanded explanation of the correct answers can be found below.

1. This clinical sign of ulnar nerve palsy refers to abduction of the little finger caused by weakness of the intrinsic muscles.

2. Although he never clinically described the triplane ankle fracture that bears his name, this 19th century French surgeon and anatomist did extensive studies of ankle injuries. He did describe a condition that is named for him and consists of large multifocal breast cysts in menopausal women.

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