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  1. Bouchard's nodes are most commonly found at the proximal inter-phalangeal joints
  2. Staph aureus is the most common organism causing osetomylelitis in children under 3 years of age
  3. Damage to the posterior cruciate ligament causes difficulty in squatting and descending down stairs
  4. Damage to both the median and ulnar nerve causes complete claw hand
  5. Posterior hip dislocation is more common than anterior hip dislocation
  6. The most common site of obtaining bone graft is the iliac crest
  7. Fractures of the shaft of the humerus produce median nerve palsy
  8. The junction between the medial two-thirds and the outer one third is the most common site for clavicle fractures
  9. The ligamentum teres is the main blood supply for the head of the femur
  10. Congenital dislocation of the hip produces a positive Trendelenberg's sign
  11. The 'Dinner Fork' deformity is seen in Smith's fracture
  12. Dupuytren's contracture most commonly starts at the index finger
  13. Women have a greater carrying angle of the elbow than men
  14. Axillary nerve plasy most commonly occurs in anterior dislocation of the shoulder
  15. Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of monoarthritis


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