The JBJS Quiz of the Month is a collection of 10 relevant questions from each orthopaedic subspecialty. The questions are drawn from JBJS Clinical Classroom, which houses over 4,500 questions and 3,100 learning resources. Take the Quiz to see how you score against your peers!

NOTE: This quiz does not earn users CME credits. The questions must be answered within Clinical Classroom to earn CME credits.

You are seeing a 20-year-old male patient who is collegiate baseball center fielder. The patient reports acute proximal thigh and groin pain that started when he was chasing a fly ball. Ultrasound of the proximal thigh reveals deep fiber disruption in the direct head of the rectus with a small hematoma. No defect is appreciated on examination. Which of the following is the most appropriate treatment?

  • Corticosteroid injection, and immediate return to play
  • Immobilization for 2 weeks, and a gradual return to play
  • Platelet rich plasma injection and a gradual return to play
  • Ice, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, progressive rehabilitation and return to play as symptoms allow