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Quiz of the Month ❯ August 2017
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1) The most likely diagnosis to explain the renal findings is?

  
acute pyelonephritis
renal infarct
incidental renal cell carcinoma
chronic pyelonephritis
2) In this 40ish year old female with hypotension and GI bleed the best dx is?

  
lymphoma
chrons disease
(PMC) pseudomembranous colitis
ischemic bowel
3) The most likely diagnosis in this case is

  
carcinoid tumor
lymphoma
desmoplastic reaction
ischemic colitis
4) In this patient with multiple vascular insertions the best dx is?

  
carotid artery pseudoaneurysm
leaking carotid artery
glomus tumor
carotid dissection
5) In this 30 year old with hematuria the best diagnosis is?

  
transitional cell carcinoma
XGP
renal cell carcinoma
renal abscess due to E Coli
6) In this patient with back pain the best diagnosis is?

  
metastatic disease to the spine
T-spine fracture
extramedullary hematopoiesis
osteomyelitis with epidural abscess
7) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

  
neuroendocrine tumor of the pancreas
IPMN
lymphoepithelial cyst
adenocarcinoma of the pancreas
8) In this patient with ESRD and flank pain the best diagnosis is?

  
renal cell carcinoma
perirenal hematoma
renal pyelonephritis
renal failure
9) In this patient with Crohns disease the ”sign” illustrated is called the?

  
fibrofatty proliferation
comb sign
target sign
bowel sign
10) In this 5 week old with cough the best dx is?

  
pneumonia
swallowing a foreign body like a nut
Congenital Lobar Emphysema
sequestration
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