Abdomen Exams Pt. 3

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Abdomen Exams Pt. 3
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  1. What type of artifact is indicated by the arrows?
    Reverberation

  2. The sonographic patterns displayed in this image are most typical for:
    Cirrhosis

  3. This patient presents with nausea, vomiting and right upper quadrant pain. Which of the following clinical laboratory test results would provide the MOST USEFUL information for the interpreting physician?
    WBC count

  4. This patient is 100 pounds overweight and presents with mild elevation of ALT/AST. Based on this image, the area indicated by the arrow most likely represents:
    Focal sparing - fatty infiltration

  5. This sonographic pattern in the right lobe of the liver is most frequently associated with:
    Biliary obstruction


  6. This sonographic pattern is most often associated with:
    Cholesterosis

  7. The star in this image indicates the ______ space.
    Morrison's pouch

  8. This sonographic pattern is most typical for:
    Metastasis

  9. This patient presents with nausea and vomiting for the past 24 hours. Based on this image, the MOST USEFUL clinical laboratory result for the interpreting physician would be:
    Serum amylase

  10. This patient presents with clinical symptoms of shock and a decreased red blood cell count. Based on this image, this most likely represents:

  11. Based on this image of a hepatic vein entering the IVC, the sonographer should be most suspicious of:
    Budd-Chiari syndrome

  12. The artifact indicated by the arrow is due to:
    Large acoustic impedance mismatch

  13. This sonographic pattern excludes which of the following conditions?
    Porcelain gallbladder

  14. This patient was involved in a motorcycle accident one week ago. She now presents with residual right upper quadrant pain. Based on this image and the clinical history, this most likely represents:
    Hematoma

  15. This patient presents with shortness of breath and mild elevation of AST/ALT. Based on this image, the sonographer should next check for;
    Pleural effusions and ascities

  16. This 45 year old patient presents with elevation of AST/ALT. Based on these images of the liver, this most likely represents:
    Autosomal dominant polycystic disease

  17. This patient presents with right upper quadrant discomfort. Based on this image, this most likely represents:
    Chronic cholecystitis

  18. This patient suffered 3rd degree burns over 50% of his body a week ago. He now presents with right upper quadrant pain, fever and an elevated WBC count. Based on these images, this most likely represents:
    Acute cholecystits

  19. The sonographic patterns displayed in this image are most typical for:
    Congestive heart failure

  20. Which of the following actions will minimize/eliminate the displayed artifact?
    Change the scanning angle

  21. Based on this liver pattern in a 36 year old patient, the sonographer should next examine the:
    Kidneys

  22. This patient had a laparoscopic cholecystectomy 5 days ago. She now presents with fever, chills and an elevated WBC count. Based on this history and this image, this most likely represents:
    Abscess

  23. This sonographic pattern is most frequently associated with:
    Chronic pancreatitis

  24. This patient has a history of acute pancreatitis 7 weeks prior to this sonographic examination. Based on this image, this most likely represents:
    Pseudocyst

  25. Based on the abnormal sonographic pattern indicated by the arrows, the most typical clinical laboratory test finding that correlates with the most likely type of pathology would be:
    Increased direct bilirubin (in the case of obstructive jaundice due to CA of the pancreatic head)

  26. This patient presents with a history of food poisoning traced to the local Mexican restaurant. she now presents with jaundice and severe elevation of ALT/AST. Based on the sonographic pattern and history, this most likely represents:
    Hepatitis A

  27. This patient presents with epigastric pain radiating to the back and is clinically jaundiced. Based on this history and the pattern indicated by the arrows, this most likely represents:
    Malignancy

  28. In this longitudinal image, lable structures 1-4:
    • 1 Common hepatic duct
    • 2 Hepatic artery
    • 3 PV
    • 4 IVC

  29. In this transverse image, the structure labeled are:
    • A: Ligamentum teres
    • B: Main portal vein
    • C: IVC
    • D: AO

  30. The small arrows in this transverse image indicate the:
    Ligamentum venosum



  31. In this transverse image, label the structures:
    • A: Common hepatic artery
    • B: Splenic artery
    • C: Celiac trunk
    • D: AO
    • E: IVC

  32. In this transverse image, the structure labeled #7 is:
    • 1: Ligamentum teres
    • 2: Pancreatic body
    • 3: Splenic vein
    • 4: AO
    • 5: IVC
    • 6: SMV
    • 7: Common bile duct
    • 8: GDA

  33. In this longitudinal image, label the structures:
    • 1: Left lobe of the liver
    • 2: Pancreatic body
    • 3: Splenic vein
    • 4: IVC
    • 5: Celiac trunk
    • 6: SMA
    • 7: Left renal vein
    • 8: Stomach

  34. In this transverse image, label the structures:
    • A: Right portal vein
    • B: Anterior branch RPV
    • C: Hepatic artery or bile duct
    • D: Posterior branch RPV

  35. In this transverse image, label the structures:
    • A: GDA
    • B: SMA
    • C: Left renal vein
    • D: AO
    • E: IVC

  36. In this transverse image, the numbered segments and veins are:
    • 1: LHV
    • 2: MHV
    • 3: RHV
    • 4: Posterior right lobe of the liver
    • 5: Anterior right lobe of the liver
    • 6: Medial left lobe of the liver
    • 7: Lateral left lobe of the liver

  37. In this transverse image inferior to the porta hepatis, the structure labeled #1 is:
    • 1: Portal vein
    • 2: CBD
    • 3: HA

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