Online Test

Osteogenesis Imperfecta - OT - 4 Hour


You will need to answer 14 questions correctly to pass the test.

1. Osteogenesis imperfecta is also known as _________. (p. 3)

2. Osteogenesis imperfecta does not affect cognitive abilities. (p. 3)

3. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic typically associated with OI? (p. 3-4)

4. Individuals with _____________ OI typically do not survive beyond infancy. (p. 4-6)

5. Which type of OI does NOT involve a defect of type 1 collagen? (p. 5-6)

6. With rare exceptions, OI results from mutations in the type I collagen genes and is considered to be a dominantly inherited disorder. (p. 7)

7. Protein, RNA, and DNA can all be tested to diagnose OI. (p. 10)

8. A DXA z-score of -1 to +1 standard deviations is considered positive for diagnosing OI. (p. 11)

9. Which prenatal test(s) may be utilized to assess the fetus for OI? (p. 11-12)

10. Which of the following supplements has proven to be effective for treating OI? (p. 13)

11. Touching and holding of the infant by parents and caregivers should be strictly limited. (p. 14)

12. Most babies with OI are capable of being breastfed. (p. 15)

13. Waterbeds or very soft bedding is recommended to prevent pressure points and resultant fractures. (p. 16

14. In adults after puberty, the fracture rate usually decreases as a consequence of hormonal and other metabolic changes affecting collagen and bone. (p. 18)

15. Individuals with OI typically feel less pain than most other people do. (p. 22)

16. Passive rotational ROM of the limbs is a benign way to initiate therapy on a child with OI. (p. 29)

17. Which developmental progression sequence is correct per the King recommendations? (p. 31)

18. Braces for individuals with OI should be ________. (p. 35)

19. ________ is an associated health issue frequently seen in adults with OI. (p. 42-46)

20. Which one of the following statements is TRUE? (p. 47-48)

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