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Quiz of the Month ❯ August 2018
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1) The most likely diagnosis for this incidental pancreatic mass is?

  
adenocarcinoma of the pancreas
neuroendocrine tumor pancreas
metastatic renal cell carcinoma
IPMN
2) In this LVAD patient with drop in hematocrit the best diagnosis is

  
no evidence of bleed
bleeding duodenal ulcer
gastric ulcer
duodenal cancer
3) The most likely diagnosis in this patient in their 30’s is?

  
hepatoma
pheochromocytoma
primary adrenal carcinoma
pancreatic cancer
4) In this patient with GI bleed the cause is most likely

  
carcinoid tumor
GIST tumor
metastases to the small bowel
active ulcer
5) The mass near the splenic hilum is?

  
enlarged node
Neuroendocrine tumor
accessory spleen
duplicate spleen
6) In this patient with a low grade fever the best dx is?

  
liver metastases
lymphoma
hepatoma
liver abscess
7) The best diagnosis in this patient who is short of breath is?

  
IPMN
MCN (mucinous cystic neoplasm)
serous cystadenoma
lymphoepithelial cyst
8) In this patient with VHL the best diagnosis is?

  
renal cell carcinoma
serous cystadenoma
pancreatitis
hemangioblastoma spine
9) In this patient with a history of distal pancreatectomy the best diagnosis is?

  
recurrent pancreatic cancer
abscess in the LUQ
splenic infarct
omental infarct
10) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
lymphoma
Gastric GIST tumor
serous cystadenoma
splenic cyst
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