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Radiology Quizzes & Trivia

GI TRACT


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  • 1. 
       This modality allows for evaluation of abdominal pain or nausea and vomiting. Indicated for bowel obstruction, viscus perforation and foreign body ingestion, it is usually the initial evaluation of abdominal pain or nausea and vomiting: a. Enteroscopy b. Video Esophogram c. Plain abdominal film
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      This modality produces high resolution images of the bowel wall revealing distinct layers such as: Mediastinum, pancreas, liver, gall bladder and mesenteric vessels.  Used in Fine needle aspirations: a. EGD b. Endoscopic US c. Angiogram
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    3)   The following indications are for which of the following modalities: Obstructive jaundice,Neoplastic biliary stricture, spincter of oddi pressure.   a. MRA   b. ERCP   c. EGD  
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    1)   This modality is used for bowel cleansing and requires sedation . CAN VISUALIZE ENTIRE LARGE BOWEL AND SEVERAL CM OF TERMINAL ILEUM   a. Colonoscopy   b. Sigmoidoscopy   c. Video capsule endoscopy      
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    2)   Tis modality is used in acute and chronic diarrhea, rectal bleeding and for evaluating responses to therapies for colitis   a. Colonoscopy   b. ERCP   c. Sigmoidoscopy   d. Enteroscopy  
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    3)   This modality is the Gold standard for visualizing small GI bleeding and IBD and is also used to visualize reflux esophagitis and Barrets esophagus   a. CT scan   b. CT angiography   c. Video capsule endoscopy   d. MRCP
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    4)   This contrast type allows for visualization of obstructive lesions and motility disturbances   a. Single contrast   b. Double contrast   c. Triple contrast   d. No contrast
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    5)   This contrast type allows for visualization of more subtle findings such as small uclerations and polyps   a. Single contrast   b. Double contrast   c. Triple contrast   d. No contrast
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    This contrast study allows for visualization of oral cavity and pharynx, assessment of manipulation of food bolus, swallowing effectively and is indicated for Oropharangeal dysphagia and recurrent aspiration pneumonia Barium Swallow/Esophagram CT scan Video Esophagram None of the Above
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    4)   This contrast study uses fluoroscopy and is used to detect esophageal rings, webs, strictures, motility problems that endoscopy might miss. Very useful for evaluating nonoropharangeal dysphagia as well as Odynophagia.   a. Barium Swallow/Esophagram   b. CT scan   c. Video Esophagram   d. None of the above
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    4)   Corkscrew and Rosary bead are words used to describe:   a. IBD   b. Barrets Esophagus   c. Erosive Esophagitis   d. Diffuse Esophageal Spasm
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    4)   This modality is used to study the distal esophagus, stomach and duodenum and is indicated for abdominal pain and suspected gastric outlet obstruction   a. EGD   b. Upper GI series   c. Video capsule endoscopy   d. A & B
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    This modality is the Gold standard of assessment and diagnosis of Acute Abdomen and it is used to rule out acute pancreatitis, appendicitis, SBO and Colitis. MRCP Abdominal CT Upper GI series Lower GI series
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    4)   CT enteroclysis and enterography are modalities used to evaluate what   a. Large intestine   b. Rectum   c. Esophagus   d. Small intestine
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      This modality allows for visualization of the jejunum & ileum and is indicated for suspected small bowel obstruction or partial obstruction from any cause, Crohns disease and Obscure GI loss a. Upper GI series b. CT enterography c. Small bowel follow through d. ERCP
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    4)   This imaging modality is usefull in evaluating vascular leaks, aneurysms and bowel infarctions   a. CT angiograms   b. CT enterography   c. Abdominal CT   d. MRA
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    4)   This imaging modality is useful in the diagnosis of Achalasia as it appears as a distinct ‘Birds Beak’ at the distal esophagus.   a. Enteroscopy   b. Upper GI series   c. Barium Esophagogram   d. ERCP
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    4)   This imaging modality allows for visualization of the colonic lumen and is very sensitive for detecting polyps, it is also used in the setting of an incomplete endoscopic colonoscopy   a. MRCP   b. CT Colography (virtual Colonoscopy)   c. CT enterography   d. Colonoscopy
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    4)   This imaging modality is the MRI of the biliary and pancreatic ducts and fails to visualize small bile duct stones less than 4 mm   a. MRI of abdomen   b. MRCP   c. MRA   d. MRSB
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    4)    CT Enterography modality is useful in evaluating   a. Vascular leaks   b. Aneurysms   c. IBD   d. Bowel infarctions
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    4)   The first imaging study obtained in evaluation of suspected biliary colic, jaundice and abnormal liver tests, it is also used to guide needle placement for biopsy or fluid aspiration   a. MRA   b. Transabdominal Ultrasound   c. Edoscopy Ultrasound   d. Abdominal CT
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    4)   This Imaging modality is used in visualizing parenchymal lesions such a s masses and cysts, hemangiomas and fistulas on chrohns disease and used for tumor staging in rectal cancer   a. CT Abdomen   b. MRI   c. MRA   d. MRCP
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    4)   This invasive imaging tool allows for the visualization of the vessel lumen and is used in evaluating mesenteric vessels in GI bleeding and Mesenteric Ischemia.  Sensitive to detect 1 to 1.5ml per min of blood loss   a. MRA   b. MRI   c. CT angiography   d. Visceral Angiography
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    4)   TC sulfur colloid and RBC scanning are done before angiography to asses what?   a. GERD   b. Hiatal Hernias   c. GI bleeding   d. All of the above
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    TC labled RBC scan that can diagnose a hepatic hemangioma with an almost 100% positive predictive value Cholescintigraphy Hemangioma Liver Scan Both A & B None of the above
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