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Quiz of the Month ❯ April 2020
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1) The most likely diagnosis for the left renal mass is?

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papillary renal cell carcinoma
clear cell renal cell carcinoma
lymphoma
renal abscess
2) The best diagnosis in this patient with a family history of VHL is?

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bilateral adrenal hyperplasia
bilateral adrenal adenomas
bilateral pheochromocytomas
bilateral adrenal adenocarcinoma
3) The least likely diagnosis in this case is?

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lymphoma
sclerosing mesenteritis
carcinoid tumor
mesenteric panniculitis
4) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

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retroperitoneal fibrosis
lymphoma
testicular cancer
TB
5) The most likely diagnosis in this 60ish year old is?

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pancreatic pseudocyst
serous cystadenoma
MCN (mucinous cystic neoplasm)
necrotic pancreatic adenocarcinoma
6) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

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GIST tumor duodenum
neuroendocrine tumor duodenum
lymphoma duodenum
pancreatic NET (neuroendocrine tumor)
7) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with an FUO is?

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splenic abscess
lymphoma
TB
angiosarcoma spleen
8) The best diagnosis for this left renal mass is?

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papillary renal cell carcinoma
high density renal cyst
angiomyolipoma
lymphoma
9) The most likely dx in this patient with RUQ pain is?

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adrenal myelolipoma
adrenal bleed
liposarcoma
mesenteric infarction
10) The least likely diagnosis in this case is

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necrotic hepatoma
metastatic neuroendocrine tumor
primary neuroendocrine tumor
hemangioma
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