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Post Test Questions
1. Which of the following is a clinical scoring system for a patient with suspected PE?
2. Which are branches of the left anterior descending coronary?
- Balthazar Score
- Fishman Score
- Horton Score
- Wells Score
3. Which type of ECG-gating has a low pitch and is used for functional analysis with CT?
- acute marginals
- obtuse marginal
- posterolateral branches
4. Artifacts mimicking thrombus in the left atrial appendage are often seen in which scenario:
- prospective gating
- dual-source high pitch imaging
- retrospective gating
- step-and-shoot imaging
5. Which is true about lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum:
- venous phase exam
- non-contrast calcium scoring study
- coronary CT angiogram
- pulmonary embolism exam
- it usually causes symptoms due to caval obstruction
- it is considered a pre-malignant condition
- it is more common among young patients
- it can be hot on PET