Telemedicine Management of Musculoskeletal Issues (p. 147)
Q1. Pain that localizes to the medial epicondyle with wrist flexion and pronation while holding a weighted object suggests which one of the following diagnoses? (check one)
 A. Lateral epicondylitis.
 B. Medial epicondylitis.
 C. Biceps tendon rupture.
 D. Triceps tendon rupture.
Q2. Which one of the following household items, which can be used for telemedicine strength testing, weighs approximately 5 lb (2.27 kg)? (check one)
 A. 2-L bottle of soda.
 B. 1-L bottle of soda.
 C. Quart of milk.
 D. Large bag of potatoes.
Q3. Which one of the following findings from the virtual history and physical examination indicates that a patient with musculoskeletal issues needs an in-office or emergency department assessment? (check one)
 A. Lack of deformity.
 B. Presence of a clear diagnosis.
 C. Presence of anticipated response to home rehabilitation.
 D. Concern for neurovascular compromise.
Targeted Cancer Therapies (p. 155)
Q4. Which one of the following statements about targeted cancer therapy is correct? (check one)
 A. Monoclonal antibodies work by upregulating oncogene signaling.
 B. Small molecule inhibitors target only cancer cell proteins and do not have systemic adverse effects.
 C. Antibody-drug conjugates allow delivery of chemotherapy agents inside tumor cells.
 D. Immunotherapy refers to monoclonal antibodies that directly trigger apoptosis of cancer cells.
Q5. Which one of the following statements about options for targeted cancer therapy in a 63-year-old patient diagnosed with metastatic colorectal cancer is correct? (check one)
 A. Patients with RAS mutations are more likely to benefit from epidermal growth factor receptor monoclonal antibodies.
 B. Testing for genetic mutations should be per formed only...