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Quiz of the Month ❯ December 2017
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1) 1. In this patient with hematuria the best diagnosis is?

  
renal cell carcinoma
metastases to the kidney
multifocal transitional cell carcinoma
TB of the ureter
2) 2. In this patient a week post op with fever the best diagnosis is?

  
retained sponge
perforated colon with an abscess
ischemic bowel
small bowel obstruction
3) In this teenager with abdominal pain and nausea and vomiting the best diagnosis is?

  
SMA syndrome
Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome
Crohns Disease
Gastritis
4) The most likely diagnosis in this incidental mass is?

  
enlarged node
bronchogenic cyst
thymoma
lymphoma
5) The most likely diagnosis in this 58 year old male is?

  
SPEN tumor
chronic pancreatitis
calcified IPMN
neuroendocrine tumor
6) The most likely diagnosis in this patient is?

  
clear cell RCC
papillary cell RCC
chromophobe adenoma
metastases to the kidney from hepatoma
7) The least likely diagnosis in this case is?

  
paraganglioneuroma
neuroendocrine tumor
pheochromocytoma
primary adrenal carcinoma
8) In this patient with pancreatic adenocarcinoma the 2cm enhancing lesion in the duodenum is?

  
pancreatic adenocarcinoma
heterotopic pancreas
GIST tumor
carcinoid tumor
9) In this patient with abdominal pain and hypotension the best diagnosis is ?

  
sprue
SMA occlusion
small bowel obstruction
enteritis
10) In this elderly woman with back pain the best diagnosis is?

  
insufficiency fractures
metastases to the sacrum
acute fracture
osteomyelitis
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