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CME TEST
Year : 2021  |  Volume : 29  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 233

CME Test


Date of Web Publication15-Sep-2021

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DOI: 10.4103/0929-6441.326009

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound 2021;29:233

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2021 [cited 2021 Dec 6];29:233. Available from: http://www.jmuonline.org/text.asp?2021/29/3/233/326009



  1. What is the possible findings that extended FAST can detect?


    1. Ascites
    2. Pericardial effusion
    3. Pleural effusion
    4. All of the above


  2. What is the condition that influence the sensitivity and specificity of extended FAST?


    1. Obesity
    2. Subcutaneous emphysema
    3. Operator
    4. All of the above


  3. What is the difference between traditional FAST and extended FAST?


    1. FAST detects only ascites
    2. Extended FAST detects only pneumothorax
    3. FAST can detect pericardial effusion
    4. Extended FAST detects only pleural effusion


  4. Which patient may have the negative finding of extended FAST?


    1. Liver cirrhosis with ascites
    2. Lung cancer with pleural effusion
    3. A motorcyclist with rib fracture
    4. Breast cancer with pericardial effusion


  5. What kind of probe do we use for abdominal aorta scanning?


    1. A 2.5–5.0 MHz convex transducer
    2. A 1-5 MHz sector transducer
    3. A 5-12 MHz linear transducer
    4. None of the above
    5. What is the diameter of the abdominal aorta aneurysm?


    1. 2 cm
    2. 3 cm
    3. 4 cm
    4. 5 cm


  6. Which one is not the branch of the abdominal aorta?


    1. Celiac artery
    2. Superior mesenteric artery
    3. Inferior mesenteric artery
    4. Left bronchial artery


  7. What is the diameter of the abdominal aorta aneurysm has the risk of rupture?


    1. 2 cm
    2. 3 cm
    3. 4 cm
    4. 5 cm


  8. Which one is not a common cause of anterior knee pain?


    1. Pre-patellar bursitis
    2. Patellar tendinopathy
    3. Deep infrapatellar bursitis
    4. Osteonecrosis of the fibula


  9. In patients with prepatellar bursitis, which treatment may be the most effective?


    1. Ultrasound guided aspiration and injection with corticosteroid
    2. Shock wave therapy
    3. Platelet rich plasma injection
    4. Oral acetaminophen







 

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