Quiz: Sonographic Approach to the Liver

Quiz: Sonographic Approach to the Liver: 20-839854

20-839854
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Quiz

When clear ascites is present and the hepatic veins and vena cava are dilated, which is the most likely condition?(Required)
When clear ascites is present and the hepatic veins and vena cava are dilated, which pathology is likely to be the cause?(Required)
When clear ascites is present and the hepatic veins and vena cava are contracted, which is the most true statement of the cause of the ascites?(Required)
When the liver is small and irregular evidencing diffuse disease and clear ascites is present with a portal vein velocity < 18 cm/sec and albumin of 2.0 g/dl, what is the most likely cause of ascites?(Required)
When the liver is evidencing diffuse disease and clear ascites is present with a portal vein velocity of 22 cm/sec, subnormal BUN, negative proteinuria, no GI disease, albumin of 1.4 g/dl, what could be the cause of ascites?(Required)
Which of the following would best describe a liver that is uniformly enlarged, smooth parenchyma, has a gradually elevating alkaline phosphatase and minor excessive GB sludge?(Required)
On the image of the portal hilus in long axis position, the portal vein is in which position relative to the common bile duct?(Required)
Focal expansion of a nodule that deviates the hepatic capsule while losing the parenchymal infrastructure within the nodule is most consistent with:(Required)
Which diagnostic option can be used to assess if a gallbladder muccele is surgical or not?(Required)
Increased portal markings and areas of capsular retraction are most consistent with:(Required)