Ortho Reg Teaching Congenital Hand Introduction Notes | EduRev

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: Ortho Reg Teaching Congenital Hand Introduction Notes | EduRev

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Plan for this afternoon
 14:00 Introduction – me
 14:30 Development of the upper limb – Mark Chong
 14:50 Madelung and Multiple Exostoses – me
 15:20 Coffee!
 15:45 Congentital Hands – Mr Stewart Watson
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Plan for this afternoon
 14:00 Introduction – me
 14:30 Development of the upper limb – Mark Chong
 14:50 Madelung and Multiple Exostoses – me
 15:20 Coffee!
 15:45 Congentital Hands – Mr Stewart Watson
JEFF AUYEUNG
CONSULTANT HAND SURGEON
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF NORTH DURHAM
Congenital/Paediatric Hands
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Plan for this afternoon
 14:00 Introduction – me
 14:30 Development of the upper limb – Mark Chong
 14:50 Madelung and Multiple Exostoses – me
 15:20 Coffee!
 15:45 Congentital Hands – Mr Stewart Watson
JEFF AUYEUNG
CONSULTANT HAND SURGEON
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF NORTH DURHAM
Congenital/Paediatric Hands
Surprise! MCQs – Prize for best mark!
1 The most common type of Thumb duplication 
according to the Wassell Classification is
 A Type I
 B Type II
 C Type III
 D Type IV
 E Type V
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Plan for this afternoon
 14:00 Introduction – me
 14:30 Development of the upper limb – Mark Chong
 14:50 Madelung and Multiple Exostoses – me
 15:20 Coffee!
 15:45 Congentital Hands – Mr Stewart Watson
JEFF AUYEUNG
CONSULTANT HAND SURGEON
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF NORTH DURHAM
Congenital/Paediatric Hands
Surprise! MCQs – Prize for best mark!
1 The most common type of Thumb duplication 
according to the Wassell Classification is
 A Type I
 B Type II
 C Type III
 D Type IV
 E Type V
MCQ
2 A Child presents to you with syndactyly of the left 
Middle and Ring finger. According to Swanson’s 
classification is this
 A Failure of formation
 B Duplication
 C Undergrowth
 D Overgrowth
 E Failure of differentiation
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Plan for this afternoon
 14:00 Introduction – me
 14:30 Development of the upper limb – Mark Chong
 14:50 Madelung and Multiple Exostoses – me
 15:20 Coffee!
 15:45 Congentital Hands – Mr Stewart Watson
JEFF AUYEUNG
CONSULTANT HAND SURGEON
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF NORTH DURHAM
Congenital/Paediatric Hands
Surprise! MCQs – Prize for best mark!
1 The most common type of Thumb duplication 
according to the Wassell Classification is
 A Type I
 B Type II
 C Type III
 D Type IV
 E Type V
MCQ
2 A Child presents to you with syndactyly of the left 
Middle and Ring finger. According to Swanson’s 
classification is this
 A Failure of formation
 B Duplication
 C Undergrowth
 D Overgrowth
 E Failure of differentiation
MCQ
3 In the formation of the upper limb, differentiation of 
the limb bud into arm, forearm and hand is under 
control of 
 A   HOX genes
 B   ZPA
 C   Wnt pathway
 D   LMX genes
 E   Shh genes
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