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  • Contraindications to TIPS
    Hepatic failure. Severe right heart failure.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • ARDS
    Respiratory failure due to increased capillary permeability edema. Associated with increased lung stiffness (noncompliance).
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Most common site for coalition?
    Calcaneonavicular joint.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Reiter syndrome causes identical changes in every respect to psoriatic arthritis, with the exception that
    Reiter syndrome involves the feet more commonly than the hands. Interphalangeal joint of great toe is commonly affected.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • _________ is the radionuclide procedure of choice for diagnosing osteomyelitis.
    Three-phase bone scintigraphy.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Pathognomonic for hyperparathyroidism?
    Subperiosteal bone resorption. Most commonly involves radial aspect of middle phalanges of hand.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Jefferson fracture features?
    Blow to top of head. C1 ring fracture, lateral masses of C1 must extend beyond margins of C2 body.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Senescent periventricular hyperintensity
    Age-related high T2 signal along entire length of lateral ventricles.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Findings on CT that are fairly specific for the presence of an exudative pleural effusion
    Thickening and enhancement of parietal pleura. Loculations. Soft tissue lesions along parietal pleura outlined by pleural fluid.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • ICA peak systolic velocities and associated stenoses?
    Normal less than 125cm/s. 50-69% stenosis 125-230 cm/s. >70% stenosis >230 cm/s. Near occlusion variable. Complete occlusion no flow.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Most common site for upper-extremity atherosclerotic involvement is the
    Proximal left subclavian artery. Can result in subclavian steal.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Common sites of osteochondritis dessicans?
    Medial epicondyle of knee. Dome of talus. Capitellum.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Thoracic vessels. Takayasu arteritis involvement
    Aorta. Right common carotid.Subclavian arteries. Pulmonary arteries.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Lung disease correlate with gestational age: Premature (24-34 weeks)
    Immature lung. Hyaline membrane disease. Persistent pulmonary hypertension.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy occuring at term
    Watershed infarcts. Ulegyria. Variable deep, superficial white matter gliosis and atrophy. Myelination delay. Injury to hippocampus and pons.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Factors that increase chance of scrotal malignancy?
    Intratesticular. Palpable. Solid or complex cyst. Detectable internal vascularity.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Micronodules, random distribution ILD DDx
    Miliary tuberculosis or histoplasmosis.  Hematogenous metastases.  Silicosis/coal worker`s pneumoconiosis (CWP).  EG.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • SVC syndrome is caused by
    SVC stenosis and or thrombosis. Extrinsic compression: Bronchogenic carcinoma (up to 82%). Granulomas (histoplasmosis and tuberculosis). Lymphoma. Intrinsic: Intravascular foreign bodies (pacemaker leads, central venous catheters), Venous stenoses caused by chronic dialysis and venous hypertension.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Pseudokidney sign?
    Extensive mesenteric adenopathy.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Hallmarks of DJD are?
    Sclerosis. Joint space narrowing. Osteophytosis.
    Author: Radiolopolis


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1. Body Imaging

2. CNS

3. CNS Imaging

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6. Child

7. Computed Tomography

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10. Interventional Radiology

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12. Molecular Imaging

13. Musculoskeletal Imaging

14. Neuro

15. Neuroradiology

16. Nuclear Medicine

17. Nucs

18. Pediatric Radiology

19. Pediatrics

20. Sonography

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22. US

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