Q: TMC of elbow dislocation = [...]
Q: [...] = synovial joint of hinge or ginglymus variety.
Q: Ossification of the carpal bones: scaphoid and lunate = 1 year; triquetrum = 2; lunate = 4; scaphoid = 5; [...] = 7; trapezoid = 7; pisiform = 12
Q: [...] fractures are associated with median nerve injury.
Q: The [...] are stabilizers of the lateral aspect of the knee.
A: iliotibial band and biceps femoris muscle
Q: [...] is usually anterior and presents with the arm and slight abduction and external rotation.
A: Hill-Sachs deformity
Q: [...] fracture = reduced normal angle
Q: Highly suggestive of ACL injury = [...]
A: mechanism + traumatic effusion
Q: [...] = head of humerus indents like an eggshell leaving a permanent deformity in the glenoid labrum.
A: Hill Sachs deformity
Q: Rotator cuff injuries usually start with [...].
A: subacromial bursitis