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Quiz of the Month ❯ February 2021
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1) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

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clot in right atrium
lymphoma
angiosarcoma of the right atrium
metastases to the heart
2) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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Lymphoma
Small cell carcinoma
Spindle Cell Sarcoma of Left Atrial Appendage
atrial myxoma
3) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

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thrombus
flow related change
Papillary Fibroelastoma
aortic sarcoma
4) The best diagnosis in this incidental finding is?

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Calcified thrombus
Myxoma left ventricle
Metastases to the heart
flow related pseudo-lesion
5) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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lymphoma
pericardial effusion
pericardial cyst
old hematoma
6) The best diagnosis this patient being screened for CAD is?

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normal coronary arteries
minimal plaque in the RCA
prior infarct left ventricle
broken needle in right ventricle
7) In this patient with prior CABGs the best diagnosis is?

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Failed CABG grafts
Calcified Intra-Pericardial Hematoma
calcific pericarditis
prior radiation therapy sequelae
8) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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Pulmonary embolism
Normal pulmonary arteries
Takayasu's aortitis
Pulmonary Artery Sling
9) In this thirtyish year old male with chest pain and SOB the best diagnosis is?

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aortic dissection
vasculitis
prior trauma
coarctation of the aorta
10) The most likely diagnosis in the patient with chest pain is?

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Lymphoma
Leukemic Infiltration of the heart
Malignant pericardial effusion
Incidental pericardial effusion
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