1. Routine Abd, discover several small lymph nodes adjacent to AO. What should you do? Doppler each node, measure each node, graded compress each node, evaluate pelvice, roll pt to prone.
    Diameter measurement.
  2. What is most helpful differentiating between a renal and adrenal mass?
    Scan pt in both deep inspiration and expiration.
  3. What is most useful criterion for assessment of nodal disease?
    Only > 1 cm (diameter) are considered abnormal,
  4. Following renal tx, anechoic mass w/ multiple septations lateral to midline 2 cm below abdominal wall is most likely: lymphocele, varices, panc pseudocyst, hematoma, exophytic renal cyst.
  5. Which retroperitoneal compartment contains no solid organs? Anterior pararenal, perirenal, post. Pararenal, retrofascial, post para+ retrofascial.
    E. post. Pararenal + retrofascial
  6. Which retroperitoneal compartment contains the psoas and quadratus lumborum? Post pararenal, retrofascial, none
    Retrofascial space
  7. A good hi-res transducer will image how many gut layers? 1,2,3,4,5.
  8. Which describes an abnormal sonographic appearance of the gut? Target, asymmetric target, pseudokidney, A & B, all of the above.
    All of the above
  9. What laboratory values are pathognomonic for acute appendicitis?
    There are no pathognomonic lab values �
  10. Crohn�s disease, hyperechoic �mass effect� w/ �thyroid-like� appearance is most consistent w/ which of the following? Creeping fat, fistula, stricture, appendicitis, adenocarcinoma.
    Creeping fat
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