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Quiz of the Month ❯ October 2016
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Quiz Discussion

1) The best diagnosis in this middle aged patient with abdominal pain is?

gastric lymphoma
gastric adenocarcinoma
GIST tumor
pancreatic cancer
2) The most likely diagnosis in this case is

sickle cell disease (SS)
thorotrast exposure
3) The best diagnosis in this case is?

transitional cell carcinoma
papillary necrosis
acute pyelonephritis
chronic pyelonephritis
4) The classic dx in this patient post MVA is ?

chest wall abscess
anterior S/C dislocation
posterior S/C dislocation
5) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

crohns disease
colon cancer with carcinomatosis and nodal disease
6) In this patient with RUQ pain the best diagnosis is?

Duodenal Ulcer
Duodenal Adenocarcinoma
Pancreatic cancer
7) In this female teenager the best diagnosis for the study is?

pancreatic pseudocyst
serous cystadenoma
SPEN tumor
8) In this patient with pelvic pain the best diagnosis is?

tubo-ovarian abscess
dermoid of the ovary
ovarian cancer
9) The most likely diagnosis in this case of hematuria is?

normal renal arteries
FMD of the right renal artery
atherosclerosis renal arteries
Takayasu’s disease
10) In this patient with chest pain the best diagnosis is?

normal coronary arteries
atherosclerotic changes in the LAD
anomalous origin of the RCA off the left coronary artery
anomalous origin of the LAD off the RCA
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