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1 A 28 year old male is brought into the emergency department following a motor vehicle accident. On examination he has a lap belt abrasion over his lower abdomen. You would expect this to have a high association with all of the following except:
(a) Vertebral fracture T12/L1
(b) Renal Injury
(c) Small Bowel Injury
(d) Pancreatic injury

2 You suspect a urethral injury in a patient post a motor vehicle accident. All of the following, except one, support your suspicion:
(a) Blood at the meatus
(b) Scrotal Haematoma
(c) High riding prostate
(d) Blood on rectal examination

3 A 30 year old female is brought to the emergency department post a motor vehicle accident. Which of the following is not an indication for urgent laparotomy?
(a) Ruptured Diaphragm
(b) Free gas on pain Xray
(c) Ruptured Diaphragm
(d) Positive FAST

4 Severe neurotrauma is not associated with:
(a) Focal neurological deficit
(b) Post-traumatic seizure
(c) Palpable depressed skull fracture
(d) GCS of 14

5 A 22 year old male presents following a motor vehicle accident. He withdraws to pain, opens his eyes only to pain and uses inappropriate words. What is his GCS?
(a) 7
(b) 8
(c) 9
(d) 10
6 The definition of coma is:
(a) GCS<9
(b) GCS<8
(c) GCS<7
(d) GCS<8

7 A you male is brought into the emergency department following a motor cycle accident. You suspect he has a thoracic vertebral fracture. The chance of a secondary vertebral fracture is:
(a) 4-6%
(b) 6-8%
(c) 8-10%
(d) 12-14%

1 b
2 d
3 d
4 d
5 c
6 b
7 c

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