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Quiz of the Month ❯ November 2016
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1) The least likely diagnosis in this case is?

  
metastatic melanoma to the left ventricle
angiosarcoma
lymphoma
pseudolesion due to turbulent flow
2) The most likely diagnosis in this patient presenting with vomiting to the ER post drinking binge is?

  
tracheal perforation
Boerhave Syndrome
pneumomediastinum from lung cyst
aspiration pneumonia
3) The best diagnosis in this case is

  
adrenal adenoma
gastric GIST tumor
enlarged node
pheochromocytoma
4) The best diagnosis in this patient with vague abdominal discomfort is?

  
retained barium in the small bowel
small bowel GIST tumor
lymphoma
carcinoid tumor
5) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
multiple myeloma
fibrous dysplasia
metastatic renal cell carcinoma
Pagets Disease
6) The most likely diagnosis in this case is

  
adrenal myelolipoma
old adrenal hematoma
pancreatic pseudocyst
adrenal carcinoma
7) In this middle aged male with hematuria the most likely diagnosis is?

  
blood clot
renal cell carcinoma
focal pyelonephritis
transitional cell carcinoma
8) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with chest pain is?

  
vegetation on the aortic valve
blood clot
Papillary Fibroelastoma of aortic valve
pseudolesion due to motion
9) The key finding in this case is associated with all of the following but?

  
ASD
Turner’s syndrome
coarctation of the aorta
VSD
10) The key vascular finding in this post GSW patient is?

  
occlusion of the proximal anterior tibial artery
occlusion of the posterior tibial artery
active contrast extravasation
spasm of the anterior artery
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