Flashcards in Study guide biospy procedures Deck (45)
1.What is the primary advantage of an US interventional procedure?
Provides for continuous real time visualization of the biopsy
2. Common indication for a biopsy
Confirm a malignancy in a mass
3. what are some contradictions for biopsies
If she is looking for except it is dehydration
4. what lab test is to evaluate hemprine anihistaminces, on the blood clotting process
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
6. Post biopsy complications?
Except Heart failure
7. Higher percentage of positive cells is observed in what portion of the thyroid?
8. the best way to recognize the tip of a needle with US
Except The needle tip appears as a hypoechoic area
9. Renal transplant procedure which part of the kidney is typically biopsied
10. Advantages of using US guided procedures include all except?
Fixed angles when using needle guides
11. What are the limitations of US guided procedures
if an except question... shorter procedure times
12. International normal ratio (INR) was developing b/c of variable results of what lab test?
13. What needle gauge is used for FNA?
14. Which one of the following biopsy uses an automatic spring device?
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
16. Wait time after discontinuing wait after using asprin?
5 to 7 days
17. Preprocedural image should document name and what?
Time, date, needle path
18. What is the most common organ biopsy?
19. If we are doing a renal parenchymal biopsy what is the reason we would be doing that for
20. When we do that which part of the kidney are we biosping (following question 19)
21. there is a specific complication of the renal biopsy (following question 19, 20)
22. What is the position of a patient undergoing thorcentisis
23. Biopsies of the spleen carry increased risk for? (in the book)
24. What patient position is commonly used for a prostate biopsy
left lateral decubitus
25. Which laboratory test would indicate a liver lesion?
26. Bursa provides what function
it provides fluid protection to areas that are subject to friction
27. If you see a baker’s cyst what would that be an example of?
28. infridement of the median nerve in the wrist is what disorder?
carpel tunnel syndrome
29. Tendon responsible for plantar flexion of the foot
30. What type of tendonitis causes pain over lateral wrist?
De Quervain tendinitis
31. Complete tear of the muscle of with straight forward appearance retracted muscle surrounded by hematoma?
Clapper in the bell sign
32. Support and strength of a joint resolve from what structure?
33. Compared with muscle, a normal nerve is what type of sonographic appearance?
34. Artifacts in MSK US include what?
Not mirror image
35. Achilles tendon increase risk for injury because why?
limited blood supply
36. Indications for risked US include what?
not thompsons sign
37. Acute rotator cuff tear maybe caused by what?
bicep tendon rupture
not years of playing tennis
38. Proximal portion of a muscle? Insertion, anastomosis, bifurcation, orgin are the choices for this question
39. Tenditis is seen more often in shoulder wrist and what other joint?
40. What is the easiest tendon to image in the adult shoulder?
41. Most common site for Achilles tendon tear?
42. Largest tendon in the body?
43. Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome the pain is called a certain pain sign?
44. Sonographic normal appearance of a muscle?