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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 58

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound 2020;28:58

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. CME Test. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2020 [cited 2022 Aug 13];28:58. Available from: http://www.jmuonline.org/text.asp?2020/28/1/58/280903

  1. What kinds of disorder can be evaluated by Head-and-Neck Ultrasound?

    1. Thyroid gland
    2. Major salivary gland
    3. Cervical lymph node
    4. All of above

  2. What kinds of procedure can be assisted by Head-and-Neck Ultrasound?

    1. Fine needle aspiration for thyroid tumor
    2. Core needle biopsy for cervical lymph node
    3. Percutaneous drug injection for head and neck cystic lesion
    4. All of above

  3. What kind of tissue is difficult to evaluate by Head-and-Neck Ultrasound?

    1. Neck soft tissue
    2. Bone and cartilage
    3. Major salivary gland
    4. Great vessel

  4. For thyroid gland/disorder, what kind of diagnostic tool is mostly helpful?(C)

    1. CT
    2. MRI
    3. Ultrasound
    4. X-ray

  5. About prospects and future of Head and Neck Ultrasonography, which one is right?

    1. Three-dimensional ultrasonic imaging can be obtained for accurate volume measurements.
    2. Ultrasound elastography is mainly used to evaluate tissue consistency to determine whether masses are benign or malignant.
    3. In the head-and-neck field, Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) can be used for locating salivary stones and for tracking lymph node metastasis in head-and-neck cancer.
    4. All of above.

  6. Which is the ultrasonographic sign of nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve:

    1. Negative Y sign
    2. Positive Y sign
    3. Halo sign
    4. None of the above

  7. Which vascular anomaly is associated with the nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve:

    1. aberrant subclavian artery
    2. aberrant superior thyroid artery
    3. aberrant lingual artery
    4. None of the above

  8. Which side of the nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve is more common:

    1. Right
    2. Left
    3. Both equal
    4. Unknown

  9. Which artery composed the Y sign:

    1. Subclavian artery
    2. Common carotid artery
    3. Brachiocephalictrunk
    4. All of the above

  10. Comparing with the recurrent laryngeal nerve, the vocal palsy rate of the nonrecurrent laryngeal nerve during thyroidectomy is:

    1. Lower
    2. Higher
    3. Same
    4. Unknown


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