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1) The most likely diagnosis in this case is

  
flow related changes
necrotic nodes
bilateral carotid artery thrombus
bilateral jugular vein thrombosis
2) The most likely diagnosis for the abnormal left kidney is?

  
prior renal infarction
renal calcification
renal TB
vasculitis
3) The best diagnosis in this case is ?

  
Patent ductus arteriosus
aortic dissection
aortic fistulae
atherosclerotic disease
4) In this afebrile patient the most likely diagnosis would be?

  
renal abscess
renal infarction
splenic hemangioma(s)
hamartoma
5) The best diagnosis in this case is

  
foreign body perforation
CMV infection
diverticulitis
left sided appendicitis
6) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
SPEN tumor
Serous cystadenoma
Neuroendocrine tumor
Pseudocyst
7) In this patient with Hepatitis C the best diagnosis is?

  
regenerating nodule
hepatoma
AVM of the liver
hemangioma
8) The best diagnosis in this 50ish year old male is

  
pancreatic pseudocyst
main duct IPMN with high grade dysplasia
serous cystadenoma
MCN (mucinous cystic neoplasm)
9) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
hemangioma
hepatoma
AV malformation
FNH
10) The most likely cause for this case of pseudomyxoma peritonei is?

  
colon cancer
mucocele of the appendix
gastric cancer
ovarian cancer
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