Overview

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cori920
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255048
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Overview
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2014-01-03 18:39:00
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ARDMS Abdomen Ultrasound
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Ultrasound,ARDMS,Review
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Chapter 1 overview
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  1. Transitional cell carcinoma is commonly found in
    Bladder, ureter and kidney
  2. The neuroblastoma is a malignant pediatric mass commonly found in
    Adrenal gland
  3. The pheochromocytoma is a benign mass commonly located in
    Adrenal gland
  4. Intraperitoneal organs
    • Gall bladder
    • Liver
    • Ovaries
    • Spleen
    • Stomach
  5. Retroperitoneal organs
    Abd lymph nodes, Adrenal glands, Aorta, Ascending/ descending colon, Duodenum, IVC, Kidneys, Pancreas, Prostate gland, Ureters, Urinary bladder, Uterus
  6. Hypernephroma may also be referred to as
    Renal cell carcinoma
  7. A type of reverberation artifact caused by several small, highly reflective interfaces, such as gas bubbles
    Comet tail artifact
  8. Cholangiocarcinoma denotes
    Bile duct carcinoma
  9. Hepatoma is
    • Malignant tumor of liver
    • (hepatocellular carcinoma)
  10. Malignant tumor of pediatric liver
    hepatoblastoma
  11. A Wilms tumor may also be referred to as
    nephroblastoma- kidney
  12. An angiosarcoma would most likely be discovered in the
    spleen
  13. A gastrinoma would most likely be discovered in the
    Pancreas
  14. The space located behind the liver and stomach, and posterior to the pancreas
    Lesser sac
  15. Malignant testicular neoplasm
    yolk sac tumor
  16. Oncocytoma is a mass noted more commonly in the
    kidney
  17. These potential spaces extend alongside the ascending and descending colon on both sides of the abdomen
    Paracolic gutters
  18. This common tumor of the kidney consists of blood vessels, muscle and fat
    Angiomyolipoma
  19. Pediatric malignant masses
    • Neuroblastoma- adrenal gland
    • nephroblastoma- kidney
    • hepatoblastoma- liver
  20. A tumor that consists of tissue from all three germ cell layers is the
    Teratoma
  21. Benign tumor that consists primarily of blood vessels
    Hemangioma
  22. Benign pancreatic tumor
    Insulinoma
  23. Tumor that consists of a group of inflammatory cells best describes
    Granuloma
  24. Tumor that consists of a focal collection of blood
    Hematoma
  25. A malignant testicular tumor that consists of trophoblastic cells
    Choriocarcinoma
  26. Which lab value would be the most helpful in evaluating a patient with recent trauma
    Hematocrit
  27. Artifact most commonly encountered posterior to a gall stone
    Shadowing
  28. Collection of abdominal fluid within the peritoneal cavity often associated with cancer
    Exudate ascites

    (transudate ascites= benign)
  29. Which lab value would be most helpful in evaluating a patient with an infection
    White blood cell count

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