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1.What is the primary advantage of an US interventional procedure?

Provides for continuous real time visualization of the biopsy

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2. Common indication for a biopsy

Confirm a malignancy in a mass

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3. what are some contradictions for biopsies

If she is looking for except it is dehydration

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4. what lab test is to evaluate hemprine anihistaminces, on the blood clotting process

PTT

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5. National Patient safety standards, timeout at beginning of procedure?

If she is looking for the except answer: Patients name is recited by a team member

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6. Post biopsy complications?

Except Heart failure

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7. Higher percentage of positive cells is observed in what portion of the thyroid?

Small calcification's

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8. the best way to recognize the tip of a needle with US

Except The needle tip appears as a hypoechoic area

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9. Renal transplant procedure which part of the kidney is typically biopsied

upper pole

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10. Advantages of using US guided procedures include all except?

Fixed angles when using needle guides

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11. What are the limitations of US guided procedures

if an except question... shorter procedure times

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12. International normal ratio (INR) was developing b/c of variable results of what lab test?

PT

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13. What needle gauge is used for FNA?

20-25

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14. Which one of the following biopsy uses an automatic spring device?

core biopsy

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Ensure enough diagnostic tissue is obtained, increase the percentage of successful biopsies, & minimize the number of core samples.

15. what is the role of cytopathology team

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16. Wait time after discontinuing wait after using asprin?

5 to 7 days

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17. Preprocedural image should document name and what?

Time, date, needle path

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18. What is the most common organ biopsy?

Liver

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19. If we are doing a renal parenchymal biopsy what is the reason we would be doing that for

Proteinuria

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20. When we do that which part of the kidney are we biosping (following question 19)

lower pole

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21. there is a specific complication of the renal biopsy (following question 19, 20)

hematuria

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22. What is the position of a patient undergoing thorcentisis

sitting

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23. Biopsies of the spleen carry increased risk for? (in the book)

hemorrhage

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24. What patient position is commonly used for a prostate biopsy

left lateral decubitus

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25. Which laboratory test would indicate a liver lesion?

Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)

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26. Bursa provides what function

it provides fluid protection to areas that are subject to friction

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27. If you see a baker’s cyst what would that be an example of?

communicating bursa

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28. infridement of the median nerve in the wrist is what disorder?

carpel tunnel syndrome

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29. Tendon responsible for plantar flexion of the foot

achilles tendon

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30. What type of tendonitis causes pain over lateral wrist?

De Quervain tendinitis

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31. Complete tear of the muscle of with straight forward appearance retracted muscle surrounded by hematoma?

Clapper in the bell sign

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32. Support and strength of a joint resolve from what structure?

ligament

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33. Compared with muscle, a normal nerve is what type of sonographic appearance?

hyperechoic

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34. Artifacts in MSK US include what?

reverberation
shadowing
anisotroph

Not mirror image

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35. Achilles tendon increase risk for injury because why?

limited blood supply

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36. Indications for risked US include what?

swelling
foreign body
tinels sign

not thompsons sign

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37. Acute rotator cuff tear maybe caused by what?

bicep tendon rupture
fall
shoulder dislocation

not years of playing tennis

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38. Proximal portion of a muscle? Insertion, anastomosis, bifurcation, orgin are the choices for this question

origin

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39. Tenditis is seen more often in shoulder wrist and what other joint?

elbow

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40. What is the easiest tendon to image in the adult shoulder?

biceps

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41. Most common site for Achilles tendon tear?

distal

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42. Largest tendon in the body?

achilles

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43. Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome the pain is called a certain pain sign?

tinels sign

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44. Sonographic normal appearance of a muscle?

homogenous

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45. Hypoechoic halo around a tendon?

normal synovial sheath