Journal of Medical Ultrasound

CME TEST
Year
: 2020  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 204-

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1. What is the most common malignant intra abdominal tumor of childhood?

A. Hepatoblastoma

B. Wilms tumor

C. Neuroblastoma

D. Teratoma

2. What is the rare tumor of childhood?

A. Hepatoblastoma

B. Lyphoma

C. Teratoma

D. Adrenocortical carcinoma

3. Differential diagnosis of children's right upper abdominal tumor except:

A. Hepatoblastoma

B. Pheochromocytoma

C. Leukemia

D. Adrenocortical carcinoma

4. What is the most common primary liver tumor in children?

A. Hepatocellular carcinoma

B. Hepatoblastoma

C. Sarcoma

D. Hamartoma

5. What is the positive rate for all the ultrasonography-guided intervention in the tertiary hospital?

A. 21%

B. 41%

C. 61%

D. 81%

6. What is NOT one of the advantages when using ultrasonography to guide an intervention?

A. Accuracy

B. Convenience

C. Expensive

D. Real-time imaging

7. What procedure has the highest positive rate among the ultrasonography-guided interventions?

A. Subacromial-subdeltoid bursa injection

B. Trigger point injection

C. Intra-articular injection

D. Hypertonic dextrose injection

8. Which is the gold standard imaging modality for PVNS?

A. Ultrasonography

B. MRI

C. Radiography

9. Which finding is not commonly found in a PVNS lesion?

A. Hemosiderin deposition

B. Synovial proliferation

C. Calcium pyrophosphate deposition

10. Can ultrasonography help guiding joint aspiration and injection?

A. Yes

B. No