GASTROINTESTINAL IMAGING

Colon and Appendix

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A.  No intervention needed, the study is normal B.  Diet modification with course of oral broad-spectrum antibiotics C.  Colonoscopy to evaluate for suspected malignancy D.  Urgent surgical consultation E.  Single-contrast enema to assess for degree…

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Bile Ducts and Gallbladder

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A.  Common hepatic duct B.  Main portal vein C.  Gastroduodenal artery D.  Inferior vena cava E.  Proper hepatic artery F.  Middle hepatic vein 2  A 55-year-old woman with right upper quadrant pain undergoes an MRCP. What is…

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Small Bowel

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A.  Jejunal diverticulosis B.  Ischemic small bowel strictures C.  Carcinoid D.  Crohn disease 2  A 56-year-old patient presents with a long-standing history of diarrhea (12 months). Colonoscopy was reported as unremarkable. What is most likely…

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Liver

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2  What is the most likely cause of the liver abnormality in this patient with cardiac disease? A.  Radiation therapy B.  Total parenteral nutrition C.  Hepatorenal syndrome D.  Iodine deposition For patients in questions 3…

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Pharynx and Esophagus

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A.  Type I hiatal hernia B.  Type II hiatal hernia C.  Type III hiatal hernia D.  Type IV hiatal hernia 2  A 63-year-old female presents with epigastric pain and nausea. A double-contrast upper GI study…

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Stomach

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A.  Chemotherapy toxicity B.  Gastric ulcer C.  Linitis plastica D.  Gastric volvulus 2  A 67-year-old patient presents with hematemesis. Endoscopic evaluation demonstrates marked fold thickening with ulcerations, and biopsy is consistent with lymphoma. The CT…

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Multisystem and Miscellaneous

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Patient 2: Axial, coronal, and sagittal contrast-enhanced CT images. Patient 3: Patient 4: Patient 5: Initial radiograph on the left, radiograph 2 months later on the right. 2  A 45-year-old man…

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Pancreas

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A.  Ampullary stenosis B.  Chronic pancreatitis C.  Pancreatic ductal carcinoma D.  Duodenal carcinoma 2  Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors are associated with which of the following syndromes? A.  Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 B.  Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2a…

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Spleen

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A.  PET/CT scan B.  Percutaneous biopsy C.  Antifungal treatment D.  No further workup or treatment 2  In patients 40 years or older, what is the most common etiology of the splenic finding on the following…

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