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Quiz of the Month ❯ May 2018
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1) The most likely diagnosis of the mass in the head of the pancreas is?

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adenocarcinoma of the pancreas
IPMN
neuroendocrine tumor
serous cystadenoma
2) In this patient with hematuria the best diagnosis is?

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stone in ureter
blood clot ureter
TCC in left ureter
spasm of the left ureter
3) The most likely diagnosis in this case with flank pain is?

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TCC right ureter
stone in the right ureter
UPJ Obstruction on the right
obstructing bladder cancer
4) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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gastric adenocarcinoma
perforated ulcer with abscess
gastric GIST tumor
gastric lymphoma
5) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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colon cancer
bladder cancer
bladder perforation
colovesicle fistulae
6) The least likely diagnosis in this case is?

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duodenal GIST tumor
neuroendocrine tumor
metastatic tumor to duodenum
pancreatic adenocarcinoma
7) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

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adenocarcinoma
serous cystadenoma
neuroendocrine tumor
lymphoma
8) The abscess in the right groin is most likely a sequelae of?

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IV drug abuse
vascular access
vascular graft
spider bite
9) The most likely diagnosis for this incidental liver mass in this 30 year old female is?

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hepatic adenoma
FNH
hepatoma
abscess
10) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with chest pain is?

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coronary artery disease
coronary artery aneurysm RCA
fistulae involves the RCA
high grade stenosis RCA
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