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Question 1
Sonographically Echinococcus cysts (Hydatid disease) will have what characteristics?
A
Numerous cysts seen close together
B
Cystic structure with no visible capsule
C
Homogenous/echogenic internal echos
D
Cystic structure with a double wall
Question 2
What is the most common age to contract a seminoma?
A
36-45
B
0-6
C
15-35
D
46-65
Question 3
Membranous obstruction of the IVC, hypercoagulation states, compression of Hepatic Veins (liver tumors and cirrhosis) or tumor invasion. These are all causes of what syndrome?
A
Kaposi's sarcoma
B
Budd-Chiari syndrome
C
Portal Hypertension
D
Turner Syndrome
Question 4
Name the "sign" associated with a dilated common bile duct. Dilated Common Bile Duct
A
Murphy's
B
Shotgun
C
Trademark
D
Too many tubes
Question 4 Explanation: 
Typically the "shotgun" sign refers to the Common Bile Duct (CBD) specifically. "Too many tubes" refers to intrahepatic ductal dilatation, this is generally the Right Lobe of the Liver and the Left Lobe of the Liver.
Question 5
Using Ultrasound Harmonics what change do we see in the wavelength?
A
It is quartered
B
It is doubled
C
It is halved
D
It is quadrupled
Question 6
A benign mass composed of a tangle of blood vessels in the liver is called?
A
Ewing’s angioma
B
Hamartoma
C
Hemangioma
D
Adenoma
Question 7
Focal fatty infiltration, focal fatty sparing, enlarged caudate lobe and an increase in liver echogenicity are all indicators of what?
A
Focal Nodular Hyperplasia
B
Fatty Liver Disease (FLD)
C
Cirrhosis
D
Hepatitis
Question 8
It is the most common organism causing opportunistic infection in patients with AIDS.
A
Kaposi's sarcoma
B
Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP)
C
Tuberculosis (TB)
D
Bacterial pneumonia (BP)
Question 8 Explanation: 
Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), as the condition is commonly termed (although the causative organism has been renamed Pneumocystis jiroveci [pronounced “yee-row-vet-zee”]), is the most common opportunistic infection in persons with HIV
Question 9
Relating to the thyroid if the lab value for T3 and T4 is increased the value for TSH will be?
A
Increased
B
These lab values are independent of each other.
C
Decreased
D
No change
Question 9 Explanation: 
TSH is inversely related to T3 and T4.http://www.examrefresh.com/everything-you-have-ever-wanted-to-know-about-thyroid-lab-values/
Question 10
What structure may cause the IVC to be pushed anteriorly?
A
Small Bowel
B
Renal Artery
C
Spine
D
Lymph Nodes
Question 10 Explanation: 
A lymph node will displace the IVC, whereas the renal artery will be displaced posteriorly.
Question 11
The majority of secretions of the Adrenal Medulla and Cortex is what?
A
Bilirubin
B
TSH
C
Creatinine
D
Epinephrine
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