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  • Preferred diagnostic modality for melanoma region lymph node involvement
    Sentinel lymph node mapping.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Liver segments II and III?
    Lateral division of left lobe. II-superior. III-inferior.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Deems a superior sulcus tumor unresectable
    Any involvement of vertebral body, brachial plexus, subclavian artery.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • When do hematomas and lymphoceles appear in renal transplant patients?
    Hematoma: Immediately after transplant Lymphocele: 1 to 2 months posttransplant
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • These histologic terms provide the most precise method of classifying the idiopathic interstitial pneumonias
    UIP. Acute interstitial pneumonia (AIP). COP. Respiratory bronchiolitis-associated interstitial lung disease (RB-ILD). DIP. Nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP).
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Through what does a Zenker`s diverticulum protrude?
    Killian`s dehisence.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Causes of childhood Miliary Nodules
    Infection: Tuberculosis, Histoplasmosis, Viral. Idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis. Metastatic disease.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Common fetal unilateral renal anomalies?
    Multicystic dysplastic kidney. Reflux. UPJ obstruction.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Pancreatic and islet cell tumors are generally hypoechoic. T/F?
    TRUE
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Parosteal osteosarcoma features?
    Arises from periosteum. Grows outside one, often wrapping around diaphysis without breaking cortex. Occurs in older age group than central osteosarcomas. Not as aggressive central osteosarcomas. Posterior distal femur is common location.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Right lower lung lobe segments?
    Superior Anterior Medial Lateral Posterior
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • SVC syndrome manifestations
    Headache. Epistaxis. Cyanosis. Jugular venous distention. Edema.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Riedel thyroiditis
    Rare inflammatory fibrosiS that involves thyroid and commonly extends into neck. Radionuclide uptake is absent (cold) in involved areas.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Partial congenital absence of the pericardium findings:
    Leftward deviation of the heart without deviation of mediastinum. Prominent left atrial appendage. Lung located between aorta and pulmonary artery confirms diagnosis.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Tracheobronchomegaly (Mounier-Kuhn syndrome)
    Congenital. Associated with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Men under age 50. Trachea and central bronchi measure greater than 3.0 cm and 2.5 cm.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Vascular pattern of FNH at ultrasound?
    Spokewheel pattern.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Congenital Hutch diverticulum
    Adjacent to ureterovesical junction. Increased incidence of VUR.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • CT findings of pyelonephritis?
    Renal enlargement. Multifocal wedge-shaped hetergeneous areas. Parenchymal striations.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Myelination Landmarks by Age 11 months
    Low T2 signal: Anterior limb internal capsule.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Secondary Spontaneous Pneumothorax
    COPD. Asthma. Valsalva (cocaine, marijuana, labor). Sarcoidosis. Langerhans cell histiocytosis. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis. Necrotizing pneumonia. Abscess. Mechanically ventilated patients.
    Author: Radiolopolis


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1. Body Imaging

2. CNS

3. CNS Imaging

4. CT

5. Chest

6. Child

7. Computed Tomography

8. GI

9. GU

10. Gastrointestinal Imaging

11. General Radiology

12. Genitourinary Imaging

13. MSK

14. Molecular Imaging

15. Musculoskeletal Imaging

16. Neuro

17. Neuroradiology

18. Nuclear Medicine

19. Nucs

20. Pediatric Radiology

21. Pediatrics

22. Sonography

23. Thoracic Imaging

24. US

25. Ultrasound

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