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  • Tissue rim sign?
    Halo of soft tissue that surrounds ureter stone.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Hypereosinophilic syndrome
    Male predominance. Blood eosinophilia. Cardiomegaly. Pulmonary edema. Pleural effusions. Pulmonary parenchymal infiltration with eosinophils may produce interstitial or airspace opacities.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Features of Paget`s disease?
    Bony enlargement. thickened ileopectineal line. 3 distinct phases (lytic, sclerotic, mixed lytic-sclerotic,). Flame-shaped or blade-of-grass leading edge. Starts at end of a bone (except tibia).
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • CT findings of diffuse panbronchiolitis
    Tree-in-bud opacities. Bronchial dilation and thickening.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Azygos continuation of the IVC is caused by
    Absence of intrahepatic portion of the IVC. Failure of right subcardinal vein to anastomose with hepatic veins. Hepatic veins drain into RA. Renal and iliac veins drain via azygos and hemiazygos veins into SVC.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Most common cause of neuroforaminal stenosis
    Facet joint degenerative change with bony encroachment.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Fluid within calcified pleural layers seen on CT suggests
    Active empyema. Most commonly within patients with prior TB.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Other urinary tract abnormalities associated with horseshoe kidney?
    UPJ obstruction. Duplication anomalies. Stone formation. Pyeloureteritis cystica. Infection-based stone formation.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Alveolar microlithiasis
    Deposition of minute calculi within alveolar spaces. Confluent bilateral dense micronodular opacities. So-called black pleura sign. Apical bullous disease is common.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Characteristics of pseudoaneurysms on ultrasound?
    Complex fluid collection. Single of multiple loculations. Visible pulsations on gray-scale imaging. Internal luminal flow on color Doppler. To and fro flow in the neck.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Bilious vomiting in infants aged 2 months to 2 years
    Midgut volvulus. Small bowel obstruction. Intussusception
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Gliosis in the periatrial region (seen best on proton-density scans) is caused by injury to the developing brain at ______ gestational age or older.
    28 weeks .
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Complications of pancreatic trauma?
    Pseudocyst formation hemorrhagic pancreatitis Abscess Fistula
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • GI cystic masses
    Duplication cyst. Mesenteric cyst. Meconium pseudocyst. Lymphangioma. Appendiceal abscess.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • What obvious structures should be avoided while planning a TTNB (transthoracic needle biopsy)
    Interlobar fissures. Pulmonary vessels. Bullae. Areas of severe emphysema.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • DiGeorge syndrome
    Thymic aplasia. Absence of parathyroid glands. Cardiovascular anomalies. Faulty development of third and fourth pharyngeal pouches.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Children with hemihypertrophy have a predilection for what tumors?
    Wilms tumor. Hepatoblastoma.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Transverse knee ligament
    "Ligament running through Hoffa`s fat-pad connecting both meniscal anterior horns. May mimic an anterior horn lateral mensicus tear.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • Descriptors of breast margins (5)
    Circumscribed (>75%). Microlobulated (undulated). Obscured. Indistinct (ill-defined). Spiculated.
    Author: Radiolopolis
  • CT features of islet cell tumors?
    Small tumors (<4 cm) enhance. Large tumors heterogeneous with calcification, cysts, necrosis, vascular invasion, tumor extension (generally nonfunctioning)
    Author: Radiolopolis


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1. Body Imaging

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3. CNS

4. CNS Imaging

5. CT

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7. Child

8. Computed Tomography

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10. General Radiology

11. Genitourinary Imaging

12. IR

13. Interventional Radiology

14. MSK

15. Mammography

16. Mamms

17. Musculoskeletal Imaging

18. Neuro

19. Neuroradiology

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21. Pediatrics

22. Sonography

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24. US

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1. Body Imaging

2. Breast Imaging

3. CNS

4. CNS Imaging

5. CT

6. Chest

7. Child

8. Computed Tomography

9. GU

10. General Radiology

11. Genitourinary Imaging

12. IR

13. Interventional Radiology

14. MSK

15. Mammography

16. Mamms

17. Musculoskeletal Imaging

18. Neuro

19. Neuroradiology

20. Pediatric Radiology

21. Pediatrics

22. Sonography

23. Thoracic Imaging

24. US

25. Ultrasound

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