Journal of Medical Ultrasound

CME TEST
Year
: 2020  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 280-

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. CME Test.J Med Ultrasound 2020;28:280-280


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In the treatment mechanism of LIPUS, which of the following is wrong?

Generation of various growth factorsReduction of inflammatory reactionsThermal therapyAll of the above

According to the current LIPUS research, what type of disease is not among the possible treatment options for LIPUS?

Neurodegenerative diseaseTraumatic brain injuryPsychiatric disorders.Neurological Infections

Which of the following is not a possible problem caused by neonatal ischemic-hypoxia encephalopathy?

Cerebral palsyCongenital heart diseaseThe financial burden of the patient's familyEpilepsy

Which of the following is the current treatment for neonatal ischemic-hypoxia encephalopathy?

LIPUSTherapeutic hypothermiaNone of the aboveAll of the above

In benign neck cysts, which kind of cyst have the highest rate of recurrence after ultrasound-guided-fine-needle aspiration drainage (US-FNAD)?

Thyroid cystThyroglossal duct cystPlunging ranulaBrachial cleft cyst

Ultrasound-guided-fine-needle aspiration drainage (US-FNAD) is an effective tool in the management of benign neck cysts with a recurrence rate of:

7%.38%.73%.81%.

Which statement about the benign neck cysts is true?

Ultrasound-guided-percutaneous ethanol injection (US-PEI) is effective for most recurrent neck cysts after repeated US-FNADThe overall success rate of US-PEI for most recurrent neck cysts after repeated US-FNAD was 94%Mild pain and swelling sensation might occur after US-PEIAll of the above

Classification of choledochal cyst is based on site of the cyst or dilatation. The most common type is:

Type I: Involving saccular or fusiform dilatation of a portion or entire common bile duct (CBD) with normal intrahepatic ductType II: These cysts are present as an isolated diverticulum protruding from the CBDType III or Choledochocele: Arise from dilatation of duodenal portion of CBD or where pancreatic duct meetsType IVa: Characterized by multiple dilatations of the intrahepatic and extrahepatic biliary tree

The symptoms of choledochal cyst have classic triad except:

Clay color stoolIntermittent abdominal painJaundiceRight upper quadrant abdominal mass

What causes epigastric pain? except

Acid reflux (stomach acid flowing up into the esophagus)Inflammation of the pancreasGallstoneConstipation