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Congenital Disorders Of Spleen Part 2

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Congenital Disorders Of Spleen Part 2

  
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1.  HematomaThe clot quickly organizes and resembles _____________ tissue.
2.  ______________ is when amyloid proteins are deposited in organs.
3.  ________________ _______________are common in patients with bacterial endocarditis, leukemia, lymphoma, sickle cell anemia, splenic artery aneurysms, or tumor embolus (traveling thrombus)
4.  Sono Appearance Splenic InfarctionClassic presentation of infarct is a ___________-shaped ______________ area with widest portion continuous with the ________________.
5.  ___________ is a disorder of bone marrow where marrow undergoes fibrosis.
6.  A ______________ or very ___________ hematoma may look calcified.
7.  ______________ causes splenomegaly, and is multiple granulomas.
8.  _____________ refers to excessive macrophages.
9.  ******Splenic rupture can occur from ______________ or ________________, which can be a result of _______________, _______________, or a _______________ _________________.
10.  If the spleen is involved in blunt abdominal trauma, there can be two outcomes. One is __________________ or __________________ hematoma where the capsule remains intact.
11.  Sono Appearance Splenic InfarctionA fresh hemorrhagic infarction (Acute) appears ___________. As the infarct heals, scar tissue develops (chronic), which appears _____________. As infarction continues to necrose, it may enlarge and become more ______________. There may be a possible ___________ appearance.
12.  The spleen is more likely to be injured if a ______________ splenic condition is present.
13.  _______________ ________________ is usually an incidental finding and there may be sudden LUQ pain.
14.  Splenomegaly is _____________ but the degree can help narrow down a ______________.
15.  Two types of extramedullary hematopoiesis that cause splenomegaly are ___________ and _____________
16.  _______________ ________________ is the same type as Gaucher.
17.  Which of the following are neoplasmic diseases that cause splenomegaly?
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F.
18.  TraumaThe spleen is more likely to be injured if ____________ splenic disease is present. ________ is the imaging modality of choice.
19.  Causes of Congestive Splenomegaly include:
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20.  An _________________ is necrosis of tissue resulting from insufficient blood supply.
21.  The most common cause of splenomegaly in adults is what?
22.  ____________ means outside the bone
23.  HematomaAfter the clot organizes, it then turns ____________ then back to _______________ because of the complete liquification into a ______________.
24.  Rupture of the spleen is associated with a _______________ _______________ ______________.
25.  Hematomas are characterized on the basis of ________________ and ________________.
26.  Immunologic inflammatory conditions that cause splenomegaly include-
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B.
C.
D.
27.  With __________ ___________ there is massive enlargement of the spleen.
28.  ______________ is another cause of splenomegaly, where blood is filtered outside of the body.
29.  ____________ is a condition where the body attacks cells and tissues resulting in inflammation. It is a chronic condition.
30.  HematomaAfter a traumatic incident, blood appears ____________.
31.  ____________ refers to excessive iron accumulation in tissue.
32.  A _____________ is a bleed, or a collection of blood usually confined to an organ, tissue or space.
33.  The opposite of splenomegaly is ______________ which is an almost complete disappearance of the spleen through progressive _____________ and ______________, such as with __________ __________ ___________.
34.  Splenic infarctions are one of the most common causes of ________________ _______________ ______________.
35.  Symptoms of a hematoma-
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36.  ________________ ________________ is the most common feature of splenic disease.
37.  If the spleen is involved in blunt abdominal trauma, there can be two outcomes. One is _______________ or _______________ hematoma where the capsule ruptures causing a bleed into areas surrounding the spleen. The bleed may be surrounding the spleen or throughout the LUQ. Fluid may also be found in the flanks or in Morrison's pouch. The spleen presents with poorly defined borders.
38.  A type of hemolytic anemia in which the blood cells are sphere shaped is called...
39.  __________________ management is preferred to __________________ if the patient is clinically stable.
40.  ____________ _____________ is when there is massive destruction of blood cells.
41.  The hereditary blood disorder in which there are abnormal hemoglobin molecules is called...
42.  Ultrasound is useful and highly accurate in diagnosing splenic _____________ and ________________.
43.  A hematoma can result from rupture of _________________, _______________ or _______________ secondary to interventional complications or from _______________ abdominal trauma.
44.  ___________ _____________ is a lysosomal storage disease where fatty material collects in organs.
45.  CT imaging and MRI are the modalities of choice for the spleen.
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B.
46.  Which of the following are types of infection/splenitis that cause splenomegaly?
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B.
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H.
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47.  Sono appearance of hematomas depend on the _______ of the bleed. It is important to consider the timing of the exam in respect to ___________ for correct appearance.
48.  Hemolytic anemia can cause splenomegaly. Choose all of the following that cause this.
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B.
C.
D.
49.  Sono Appearance of splenomegaly-
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50.  Choose all of the storage diseases that cause splenomegaly
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B.
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D.
E.
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G.
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