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CME TEST
Year : 2019  |  Volume : 27  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 166

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound 2019;27:166

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2019 [cited 2022 Nov 29];27:166. Available from: http://www.jmuonline.org/text.asp?2019/27/3/166/265867

  1. Gout is a common type of inflammatory arthritis characterized by the deposition of:


  2. A. Monosodium urate

    B. Calcium pyrophosphate dehydrate

    C. Calcium carbonate

    D. Basic calcium phosphate

  3. Based on musculoskeletal ultrasound observations, MSU crystal deposition would typically presents as:


  4. A. Hypoechoic spots

    B. Double contour sign

    C. Anechoic masses

    D. The yin?yang sign

  5. The characteristic "snowstorm appearance":


  6. A. Is the gold standard for the diagnosis of gout.

    B. May provide evidence for establishing a diagnosis in patients who conceivably may have gout.

    C. Can exclude infection.

    D. Can only be found at the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint.

  7. Ultrasound elastography uses shear wave velocity to measure which of the following:


  8. A. Liver fibrosis

    B. Liver stiffness

    C. Liver steatosis

    D. Liver congestion.

  9. Which of the following disease has lowest cutoff value of elastography for making diagnosis of liver cirrhosis?


  10. A. Chronic hepatitis B

    B. Chronic hepatitis C

    C. Non?alcoholic steatohepatitis

    D. Autoimmune liver disease

  11. Which of the following disease has the lowest sensitivity and specificity when using elastography in diagnosis of liver cirrhosis?


  12. A. Chronic hepatitis B

    B. Chronic hepatitis C

    C. Non?alcoholic steatohepatitis

    D. Autoimmune liver disease

  13. According to the anterior cruciate ligament injury, it can be


  14. A. Only can be diagnosed through the MRI.

    B. It cannot be treated through the PRP injection for the partial tear injury.

    C. Under ultrasonography, the ACL is hyperechoic structure.

    D. The anteromedial and posterolateral shall be investigated.

  15. According to the anterior cruciate ligament injury, which is wrong:


  16. A. It is an intraarticular and extrasynovial structure.

    B. The anterior drawer test can be used as the physical examination.

    C. The linear and curve transducer can be chosen for the investigation according to different patients.

    D. When put the transducer between the patella and tibial, the transducer shall be rotated clockwise in 45 degree, and then the ACL can be viewed.

  17. Which one is the possible etiology of trapped temporal horn of lateral ventricle (TTHLV) ?


  18. A. Postventriculitis or choroid plexitis.

    B. Hemorrhage obstructing exit pathway.

    C. Complications after lateral ventricular shunting.

    D. All of the above.

  19. Which one of the following surgical managements is ever suggested for trapped temporal horn of lateral ventricle (TTHLV)?


  20. A. Ventriculoperitoneal shunt.

    B. Neuroendoscopic cystoventriculostomy.

    C. Temporal to frontal horn shunt.

    D. All of the above.






 

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