A 5-year-old boy presents to the clinic with his mother who states the chief complaint of: “painful limping on the right leg for 2 days.” Today he has a low-grade fever. Which of the following would be the most likely diagnosis?
Question 1 options:
b) Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
c) Transient synovitis of the hip
Which of the following is a typical presentation of a dislocated hip of a child 6-months or older?
Question 2 options:
a) Symmetry of skin folds
b) Negative Trendelenburg sign
c) Positive Galeazzi sign
d) Atrophied leg muscle
During the examination of a 3-week-old it is noted that the infant is irritable when lifted, has asymmetrical Moro reflex, and spasms along the right sternocleidomastoid. What does this suggest?
a) Klippel-Feil syndrome
c) Sprengel deformity
d) Fractured clavicle