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Quiz of the Month ❯ March 2019
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1) The most likely diagnosis for the left adrenal mass is?

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lymphoma
adenoma
primary adrenal carcinoma
myelolipoma
2) The gastric mass in this case is due to a

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adenocarcinoma
lymphoma
metastatic melanoma
GIST tumor
3) In this 30ish year old female with abdominal pain the best dx is?

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ovarian cancer
pelvic abscess
complex ovarian cysts
endometriosis
4) The most likely diagnosis for the pancreatic lesion is?

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IPMN
mucinous cystic neoplasm
serous cystadenoma
IPMN with high grade dysplasia
5) The most likely diagnosis in this patient is?

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lymphoma
melanoma
neurofibromatosis
allergic reaction to medication
6) In this patient s/p partial right nephrectomy who now has hematuria the best dx is?

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pseudoaneurysm right renal artery
active bleed in kidney
renal infarction
renal artery occlusion
7) In this patient with abdominal pain the least likely dx is?

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gastric diverticulum
perforated gastric ulcer
ulcerating gastric cancer
foreign body perforation
8) The least likely diagnosis in this patient with abdominal pain is?

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infectious enteritis
drug related enteritis
GVH disease
bowel changes due to peristalsis
9) In this patient who presented with suspected pancreatic adenocarcinoma the best dx is?

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pancreatic adenocarcinoma
neuroendocrine tumor
lymphoma
metastatic melanoma
10) In this patient with LUQ pain the least likely diagnosis is?

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CLL with spontaneous bleed
mononucleosis with spontaneous bleed
sarcoidosis with spontaneous bleed
normal spleen with spontaneous bleed due to mild trauma
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