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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><article xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <div class="JavaScriptQuiz" id="ShoulderQuiz"> <h1>The Shoulder Quiz</h1> <p class="intro">A glenoid labral tear and a torn rotator cuff are just 2 common injuries that can happen with your shoulders. Can you think of others? Find out how much you know about shoulders by taking this quiz. </p> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1"> <div class="QuestionText">1. The collarbone is part of the shoulder joint.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1Exp" style="display:none;">The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint made up of 3 bones. They are the collarbone (clavicle), the shoulder blade (scapula), and the upper arm bone (humerus). </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q1a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1a1_c" name="q1" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q1a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q1a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1a2" name="q1" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q1a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q1a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2"> <div class="QuestionText">2. The shoulder is one of the most movable joints in your body.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2Exp" style="display:none;">The shoulder joint can also be unstable because it has such a wide range of motion. It is easily injured because the ball of the upper arm is larger than the shoulder socket that holds it. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q2a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2a1_c" name="q2" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q2a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q2a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2a2" name="q2" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q2a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q2a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3"> <div class="QuestionText">3. A pain in and around the shoulder may mean your have a disease elsewhere in the body. </div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3Exp" style="display:none;">Disease elsewhere in the body may cause pain to travel along nerves to the shoulder. Examples include gallbladder, liver, or heart disease, and disease of the cervical spine of the neck. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q3a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3a1_c" name="q3" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q3a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q3a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3a2" name="q3" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q3a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q3a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4"> <div class="QuestionText">4. A shoulder is easy to dislocate.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4Exp" style="display:none;">Shoulder dislocations occur more often than dislocations in any other major joint. The shoulder can dislocate forward, backward, or downward. In a typical case of a dislocated shoulder, a strong force that pulls the shoulder outward (abduction) or extreme rotation of the joint pops the ball of the humerus out of the shoulder socket. Dislocation commonly occurs when there is a backward pull on the arm. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q4a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4a1_c" name="q4" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q4a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q4a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4a2" name="q4" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q4a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q4a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5"> <div class="QuestionText">5. Swelling and numbness are 2 symptoms of a dislocated shoulder.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5Exp" style="display:none;">Other symptoms include intense pain, weakness, and bruising. Muscle spasms can make the pain worse. Sometimes nerve damage occurs. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q5a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5a1_c" name="q5" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q5a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q5a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5a2" name="q5" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q5a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q5a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6"> <div class="QuestionText">6. A dislocated shoulder must be kept immobile for 3 months.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6Exp" style="display:none;">Experts recommend that you not move the arm or shoulder for several weeks. Your healthcare provider may give you different instructions. Usually the healthcare provider tells you to rest the shoulder. He or she may tell you to put ice on it 3 or 4 times a day. If you keep your shoulder immobile for too long, it can cause other issues such as frozen shoulder. This is a condition where the shoulder becomes painful and hard to move. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q6a1" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6a1" name="q6" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q6a1"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q6a2_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6a2_c" name="q6" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q6a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q6a2_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Question" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7"> <div class="QuestionText">7. Jobs that require heavy lifting can lead to rotator cuff tears.</div> <div class="NoAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7aNoAnswer" style="display:none;">You didn't answer this question.</div> <div class="YourAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7aText" style="display:none;">You answered </div> <div class="CorrectAnswer" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7aRightAnswer" style="display:none;">The correct answer is </div> <div class="Explanation" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7Exp" style="display:none;">Another cause is a sport that requires you to move your arm overhead over and over again. One or more rotator cuff tendons may also become inflamed from overuse, aging, a fall on an outstretched hand, or a collision. </div> <div class="Options" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7a"><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q7a1_c" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7a1_c" name="q7" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7a1Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q7a1_c"><span class="AnswerLetter">A.</span> True</label></span></span><span class="Option"><input value="ShoulderQuiz_q7a2" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7a2" name="q7" type="radio" /><span class="AnswerText" id="ShoulderQuiz_q7a2Text"><label for="ShoulderQuiz_q7a2"><span class="AnswerLetter">B.</span> False</label></span></span></div> </div> <div class="Button" id="ShoulderQuiz_submit"><input onclick="ShoulderQuiz_MakeQueryString('ShoulderQuiz')" type="button" value="Submit" /></div> <div class="Score" id="ShoulderQuiz_score" style="display:none;">Your score was: </div> <div class="Button" id="ShoulderQuiz_reset" style="display:none;"><input onclick="ShoulderQuiz_ResetQuiz()" type="button" value="Reset" /></div><script> <!-- //Check the querystring for values, if they exist, then process them (printer friendly) var urlQuery = location.search.substring(1); if(urlQuery.length > 0) { ShoulderQuiz_ParseQueryString(urlQuery); } function ShoulderQuiz_ParseQueryString(urlQuery) { var bolProcessAnswers = false; //assume we dont need to do anything var UserAnswers; var QuizName = ""; //the key is 'CustomAnswers=' if(urlQuery.indexOf("CustomAnswers") >= 0) { var pairs = urlQuery.split("&"); //pairs are going to be bla=foo for(a = 0;a < pairs.length; a++) { if(pairs[a].indexOf("CustomAnswers") >= 0) { tempArray = pairs[a].split("=") //split the tempArray and extrac the QuizName tmpQnameKey = tempArray[0].split("_"); QuizName = tmpQnameKey[1]; //split the tempArray and extract the Answers UserAnswers = tempArray[1].split(",") if(QuizName.length > 0 && UserAnswers.length > 0) bolProcessAnswers = true; } } } if(bolProcessAnswers) { ShoulderQuiz_calculate(QuizName, UserAnswers); } } function ShoulderQuiz_MakeQueryString(QuizName) { //when the submit button is clicked, we want to take their answers and put them in the query string var NODE_TYPE_ELEMENT = 1; var NODE_TYPE_TEXT = 3; var QuizDiv = document.getElementById(QuizName); var QuizNodes = QuizDiv.childNodes; var MyQuery = ""; var existingURL = ""; //decide if we should prepend it with a '?" or a "&" if(location.search.substring(1).length > 0) existingURL = "?" + location.search.substring(1); for(x=0;x<QuizNodes.length;x++) { var currentNode = QuizNodes[x]; if(currentNode.nodeType == NODE_TYPE_ELEMENT && currentNode.id.indexOf(QuizDiv.id + "_q") == 0) { var QuestionDiv = currentNode; var ChoicesDiv = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "a"); // now look at each radio button. var ChoicesNodes = ChoicesDiv.getElementsByTagName("input"); var YourAnswer; var YourAnswerTextId; for(y=0;y<ChoicesNodes.length;y++) { ChoicesElement = ChoicesNodes[y]; if(ChoicesElement.checked) { YourAnswer = ChoicesElement; var answerId = YourAnswer.id.substring(YourAnswer.id.indexOf("_")+1, YourAnswer.id.length); MyQuery += answerId + ","; //keep this id } } } } //check to see if they didnt answer any of the questions if(MyQuery.length == 0) MyQuery = "CustomAnswers_" + QuizName + "=none"; else MyQuery = "CustomAnswers_" +QuizName + "=" + MyQuery.substring(0, MyQuery.length-1); //take of the last ',' //redirect the browser to add in the querystring, for printer friendly version if(existingURL.length > 0) window.location.href = location.pathname + existingURL + "&" + MyQuery; else window.location.href = location.pathname + "?" + MyQuery; } function ShoulderQuiz_ResetQuiz() { var currQueryString = ""; var newQueryString = ""; currQueryString = location.search.substring(1); var tmpArray = currQueryString.split("&"); //get the paird querysting parameters. for(x = 0; x < tmpArray.length; x++) { if(tmpArray[x].indexOf("CustomAnswers") < 0) { //if you dont find it, append to the newQuerystring newQueryString += tmpArray[x] + "&"; } } if (newQueryString.length > 0) { newQueryString = "?" + newQueryString.substring(0, newQueryString.length-1); window.location.href = location.pathname + newQueryString; } else window.location.href = location.pathname; } function ShoulderQuiz_calculate(QuizName, UserAnswers) { var questionCount = 0.0; var correctCount = 0.0; var NODE_TYPE_ELEMENT = 1; var NODE_TYPE_TEXT = 3; var QuizDiv = document.getElementById(QuizName); document.getElementById(QuizDiv.id + "_submit").style.display = "none"; document.getElementById(QuizDiv.id + "_reset").style.display = ""; var QuizNodes = QuizDiv.childNodes; for(x=0;x<QuizNodes.length;x++) { var currentNode = QuizNodes[x]; if(currentNode.nodeType == NODE_TYPE_ELEMENT && currentNode.id.indexOf(QuizDiv.id + "_q") == 0) { var QuestionDiv = currentNode; var ChoicesDiv = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "a"); var NoAnswerSpan = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "aNoAnswer"); var YourAnswerSpan = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "aText"); var CorrectAnswerSpan = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "aRightAnswer"); var ExplainSpan = document.getElementById(QuestionDiv.id + "Exp"); questionCount++; NoAnswerSpan.style.display = ""; // Assume they didn't answer the question. 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ChoicesDiv.style.display = "none"; } //Clear all "local" variables before iterating the loop. currentNode = null; QuestionDiv = null; ChoicesDiv = null; NoAnswerSpan = null; YourAnswerSpan = null; CorrectAnswerSpan = null; ExplainSpan = null; ChoicesNodes = null; YourAnswer = null; YourAnswerTextId = null; CorrectAnserTextId = null; ChoicesElement = null; YourAnswerText = null; CorrectAnswerText = null; } var Score = document.getElementById(QuizDiv.id + "_score"); Score.style.display = ""; Score.innerHTML += Math.round((correctCount / (questionCount/100))) + "%"; } --></script></div> <div id="topic_B1" class="COMPONENT-Bibliography"> <h2 class="Bibliography">Citations</h2> <div class="COMPONENT-Citation_website" id="Cite_1"> <h3>Web Site Citation</h3> <div> <p class="Citation_website"><a class="Citation-site_url" href="http://www.merckmanuals.com/home/injuries-and-poisoning/sports-injuries/shoulder-injuries" >http://www.merckmanuals.com/home/injuries-and-poisoning/sports-injuries/shoulder-injuries</a><span class="Citation-date_accessed">2018-11-30</span><span class="Citation-org_name" >Merck Manual Consumer</span><span class="Citation-article_title">Shoulder Injuries</span><span class="Citation-volume_issue"/><span class="Citation-pages" /><a class="Citation-PDF" href="Shoulder Injuries - 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