Cancer Rehab Board Review. Question # 1. You are examining a breast cancer patient whose upper extremity lymphedema has a brawny texture . Which of the following statements is true ? A) The edema is likely to be reversible with retrograde massage. B) The edema is irreversible
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You are examining a breast cancer patient whose upper extremity lymphedema has a brawny texture . Which of the following statements is true ?
2) Post mastectomy symptoms of patchy numbness in the medial and posterior upper arm may be secondary to sacrifice of which of the following nerves ?a) Intercostal brachial nerveb) Musculutaneous nervec) Axillary nerved) Long thoracic nerve
a) Most lower extremity metastases involve the hip or femur
b) Most upper extremity metastases involve the humerus
c) Lytic lesions are more prone to fracture than blastic lesions
d) Osteosarcomas in children most frequently involve the hip and the proximal humerus