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Quiz of the Month ❯ November 2017
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1) In this patient a week s/p distal pancreatectomy and splenectomy the best dx is?

  
pancreatic pseudocyst
splenic artery bleed
hematoma at surgical bed
normal post-op appearance
2) The most likely diagnosis for the 1cm left renal mas is?

  
papillary renal cell carcinoma
clear cell renal cell carcinoma
high density cyst
angiomyolipoma of the kidney
3) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with RUQ pain is?

  
mild SBO
active bleed from jejunal artery
gall bladder disease
pseudo bleed in bowel
4) In this patient presenting with symptoms of SBO the best diagnosis is?

  
duodenal cancer
GIST tumor
pancreatic adenocarcinoma
carcinoid tumor
5) The key finding in this patient with known pancreatic cancer is?

  
carcinomatosis
liver metastases
vascular encasement
renal metastases
6) The most likely diagnosis in this patient with hematuria is?

  
normal study
blood clot in left renal pelvis
right renal cell carcinoma
TCC of the left kidney
7) The most likely diagnosis for the bilateral adrenal lesions is?

  
bilateral pheochromocytomas
bilateral adrenal carcinomas
bilateral adrenal adenomas
bilateral adrenal metastases from renal cell carcinoma
8) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
IPMN
pseudocyst from prior pancreatitis
lymphoepithelial cyst
Lymphangioma
9) The most likely diagnosis in this case is?

  
gastric GIST tumor
gastric adenocarcinoma
gastric lymphoma
metastases from breast cancer to the stomach
10) The best diagnosis in this case is?

  
small bowel intussusception
internal hernia
small bowel lipoma
duplication cyst
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