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1

A Wilms' tumor can be found:

In a pediatric kidney

2

Which is the optimal imaging plane for visualization of the pancreas

Axial

3

Which protocol would be selected for an exam requiring attention to the parotid gland?

Soft tissue neck

 

4

All of the following comprise the biliary tree EXCEPT:

Mesenteric duct

5

A prescription requesting an MRI to evaluate an islet cell tumor would indicate a study of the ________?

Pancreas

6

The ____________ is the largest organ in the abdominal cavity.

Liver

7

The ________ is a small vein whose function is to drain the posterior abdominal and thoracic wall.

Azygos vein

 

8

The prostate gland is located __________ and __________ to the bladder.

Posterior; inferior

9

: All of the following structures are seen on MRCP EXCEPT:

Liver

10

All of the following join to form the hepatic portal vein EXCEPT

: Inferior vena cava

11

What is defined as the innermost lining of the uterus?

Endometrium

12

What protocol would be selected to rule out islet cell tumor?

Pancreas

13

____________ is used as an anti-peristalsis agent in MR Enterography procedures.

Glucagon

 

14

A patient presenting with an elevated PSA would have a study with attention to the _________.

Prostate gland

15

: Limitations in abdominal MRI can include all of the following except:

CSF pulsation

16

Corrective measures in abdominal MR imaging to reduce artifact and improve image quality include

A & C

Corrective measures in abdominal MR imaging to reduce artifact and improve image quality include respiratory triggering and parallel imaging, which shortens breath hold times

17

Hemosiderin is defined as the abnormal accumulation of:

Iron in blood cells

18

Hemosiderin appears ______________ to surrounding tissues on T2 weighted images.

Hypointense

19

The best view to visualize the epiglottis and the base of the tongue would be

Sagittal

20

When imaging the female pelvis, the plane best suited for uterine anatomy would be:

Sagittal

21

Letter A in Image 179 is pointing to

Right renal artery

22

Letter B in Image 179 is pointing to:

Branches of mesenteric artery

23

: Letter C in Image 179 is pointing to

External iliac artery

24

Letter D in Image 179 is pointing to

Left renal artery

25

Letter E in Image 179 is pointing to

Abdominal aorta bifurcation

26

Letter F in Image 179 is pointing to:

: Pulmonary arteries

27

: Letter H in Image 179 is pointing to:

: Mesenteric artery

28

Letter K in Image 179 is pointing to:

Splenic artery

29

Letter L in Image 179 is pointing to:

Common iliac artery

30

Letter M in Image 179 is pointing to:

Hepatic artery