Orthopaedics – MCQ 40 – Heberden’s Arthropathy

Heberden’s Arthropathy affects:
A. Lumbar spine
B. Symmetrically large joints
C. Sacroiliac joints
D. Distal interphalangeal joints

Correct answer : D. Distal interphalangeal joints

Heberden’s nodes seen in distal interphalangeal joints is a characteristic feature of idiopathic osteoarthritis.

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