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Quiz of the Month ❯ February 2018
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1) The most likely diagnosis in this 50ish year old female is?

  
IVC sarcoma
liposarcoma
renal cell carcinoma
lymphoma
2) In this patient with Myeloma and abdominal pain the best dx is?

  
small bowel lymphoma
diverticulitis
thyphlitis
ischemic bowel
3) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with abdominal pain is?

  
appendicitis
small bowel carcinoid tumor
lymphoma
adenocarcinoma
4) The best diagnosis in this 40ish year old female is?

  
IPMN
serous cystadenoma
mucinous cystic neoplasm (MCN)
cystic PNET
5) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with endocarditis is?

  
renal abscess
renal and splenic infarcts
acute pyelonephritis
perfusion changes in multiple organs
6) The best diagnosis in this patient with flank pain is?

  
retroperitoneal bleed
spindle cell sarcoma
neurofibroma
liposarcoma
7) The most likely diagnosis in this 30 ish year old is

  
Ischemic bowel
GVH Disease
Crohns Disease
Small Bowel Diverticulitis
8) The most specific diagnosis in this case is?

  
acute pancreatitis
autoimmune pancreatitis
pancreatic pseudocyst
pancreatic necrosis
9) In this patient with FUO and weight loss the best diagnosis is?

  
lymphoma
tuberculosis
melanoma
angiosarcoma
10) In this patient post stab wound the best diagnosis is?

  
thrombus in the axillary artery
laceration of the axillary artery with active bleed
spasm in the axillary artery
active bleed with no site of bleed
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