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CME TEST
Year : 2019  |  Volume : 27  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 118

CME Test


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How to cite this article:
. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound 2019;27:118

How to cite this URL:
. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2019 [cited 2021 Jan 20];27:118. Available from: http://www.jmuonline.org/text.asp?2019/27/2/118/247294

  1. Fusion image can use image data of


  2. A. CT

    B. MRI

    C. PET

    D. All of above

  3. Fusion imaging is most often used in the treatment


  4. A. Of disease foci that can be detected via CT/MRI/PET but not confirmed using ultrasound alone

    B. Of residual viable part of ablated tumor that can be detected via CT/MRI/PET but not confirmed using ultrasound alone

    C. Of tumors along the hepatic margin, where virtual CT images can be used to understand the characteristics of nearby organs, thereby ensure safer ablation

    D. All of above

  5. To improve indications and safety of radiofrequency ablation (RFA), we can use technique as


  6. A. Fusion image

    B. Artificial ascites/pleural effusion

    C. Contrast enhance ultrasound

    D. All of above

  7. For new technologies and techniques, which one is corrected?


  8. A. Ultrasound to ultrasound (US-US) fusion image can be used to compare pre-RFA tumor and post-RFA ablation zone

    B. New generation ultrasound machine with auto-registration function of fusion image is available

    C. Even when all available technologies and technique are employed together, mistargeting may still occur, or ablation may still not be feasible

    D. All of above

  9. About the description of Ludwig's angina, which one is false?


  10. A. It's one of the severe soft-tissue infections of the inguinal and perineal area

    B. Its characteristic is oral pain, difficulty swallowing and managing oral secretions, elevation of the tongue, and trismus

    C. The potential mortality rate is approximately 8%

    D. The worst complication is upper respiratory tract obstruction with asphyxiation

  11. The therapeutic strategies for Ludwig's angina include:


  12. A. Adequate airway management

    B. Aggressive intravenous antibiotics

    C. Surgical intervention if necessary

    D. All of the above is true

  13. About the description of focused ultrasound for airway management, which one is false?


  14. A. Focused ultrasound could be a valid and reliable tool for imaging the oral and oropharyngeal parts of the airway

    B. Focused ultrasound in the emergency airway management is without restriction

    C. The reliability and validity of focused ultrasound depend on the provider's skills and experiences

    D. Focused ultrasound could be the alternative tool to assess patients while computed tomography was not available or not suitable

  15. Which facet of the greater trochanter does the gluteus minimus tendon attach to?


  16. A. Anterior facet

    B. Lateral facet

    C. Superior posterior facet

    D. Posterior facet

  17. Which facet of the greater trochanter does the anterior bundle of the gluteus medius tendon attach to?


  18. A. Anterior facet

    B. Lateral facet

    C. Superior posterior facet

    D. Posterior facet

  19. Which muscle does not have an attachment to the iliac crest?


  20. A. Gluteus minimus muscle

    B. Anterior bundle of the gluteus medius muscle

    C. Posterior bundle of the gluteus medius muscle

    D. Gluteus maximus muscle





 

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