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CME TEST
Year : 2019  |  Volume : 27  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 60

CME Test


Date of Web Publication19-Mar-2019

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How to cite this article:
. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound 2019;27:60

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2019 [cited 2021 Apr 11];27:60. Available from: http://www.jmuonline.org/text.asp?2019/27/1/60/247294

  1. The gold standard in diagnosing the degree of hepatic fibrosis is based on


    1. Liver biopsy
    2. Ultrasound elastography
    3. Computed tomography
    4. Magnetic resonance imaging


  2. Which of the followings is not elastography-based method in hepatic fibrosis evaluation?


    1. Transient elastography (TE)
    2. Acoustic Radiation Force Imaging (ARFI)
    3. Shearwave Elastography (SWE)
    4. Computed tomography


  3. Ultrasound elastography is highly accurate in the diagnosis of


    1. Mild hepatic fibrosis
    2. Significant hepatic fibrosis
    3. Advanced hepatic fibrosis
    4. Hepatic cirrhosis


  4. Using ultrasound elasticity value to diagnose hepatic fibrosis, the confounding factors include


    1. Food intake
    2. Hepatic inflammation
    3. Bile duct blockage
    4. Heart failure
    5. All of above


  5. What is the threshold value of transient elastography (kPa)/platelet count to eliminate the invasive gastroscopic evaluation for patients with hepatic cirrhosis?


    1. 10 kPa/ 150,000
    2. 15 kPa/ 150,000
    3. 20 kPa/ 150,000
    4. 25 kPa/ 150,000


  6. Which following ultrasound features can predict the hardness of thyroid nodules?


    1. Gray scale ultrasound
    2. Color Doppler ultrasound
    3. Power Doppler ultrasound
    4. Real-time elastography


  7. Which ultrasound mode can quantitatively predict the hardness of thyroid nodules?


    1. Shear wave elastography
    2. Color Doppler ultrasound
    3. Power Doppler ultrasound
    4. Real-time elastography


  8. Which ultrasound features are suggested of thyroid papillary cancer?


    1. Taller-than-wide shape
    2. Micro-calcification
    3. Stiffer in elastography
    4. All above features


  9. Which ultrasound mode is the basic for thyroid nodules assessment?


    1. Gray scale ultrasound
    2. Color Doppler ultrasound
    3. Power Doppler ultrasound
    4. Real-time elastography


  10. Which is the unit for shear wave elastography?


    1. c.c./sec
    2. kPa
    3. ampere
    4. lumen





 

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