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Quiz of the Month ❯ June 2018
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1) In this patient with RUQ pain the best diagnosis is?

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diverticulitis
ischemic bowel
crohns disease
carcinoid syndrome
2) The most critical diagnosis in this case is?

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cirrhosis
portal hypertension
hepatoma
varices
3) . In this patient several days post laparoscopic cholecystectomy the best diagnosis is?

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normal post operative changes
active bleeding probably from cystic artery
AV fistulae
retained stone near gall bladder fossa
4) The best diagnosis in this case is

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normal aortic valve
diseased aortic valve
bicuspid aortic valve
aortic stenosis
5) The most likely diagnosis in this 60ish year old male is?

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metastatic colon cancer
hemangioma
hepatoma
hepatic adenoma
6) In this patient with spontaneous adrenal bleed the least likely underlying mass is?

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metastatic lung cancer to the adrenal
pheochromocytoma
myelolipoma
adrenal adenoma
7) In this patient with a history of breast cancer the best dx is?

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primary gastric cancer
linitis plastica of the stomach due to breast cancer
gastritis
gastric under distension
8) The best diagnosis in this case of pelvic pain is?

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osteomyelitis
chondrosarcoma
chordoma
lymphoma
9) The best diagnosis in this case is?

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hepatic artery aneurysm
splenic artery aneurysm
renal artery aneurysm
aortic pseudoaneurysm
10) The most likely syndrome in this patient is?

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MEN 1
MEN 2
Sturge Weber Syndrome
von-Hippel Lindau Syndrome
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