Module 4

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Module 4
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2010-11-11 17:19:57
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  1. What does ERCP stand for?
    Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography
  2. Another term for hepatopancreatic ampulla:
    Ampulla of Vater
  3. In ERCP, contrast is injected into the:
    common bile duct
  4. Injected contrast should drain from the bile ducts within:
    5 minutes
  5. Why is sonography of the upper abdomen often recommended before ERCP?
    to assure than no pancreatic pseudocysts are present
  6. Radiologic gynecologic examinations should be scheduled approximately:
    10 days after onset of mestruation
  7. What position is the patient placed in for an HSG?
    lithotomy position

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