Quiz: Working through Ascites by the Probe: 20-749865

Quiz: Working through Ascites by the Probe: 20-749865

20-749865
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Quiz

When the hepatic veins and vena cava are dilated when clear ascites is present, what is the significance?(Required)
When the hepatic veins and vena cava are dilated when clear ascites is present, what pathology can cause this?(Required)
When the hepatic veins and vena cava are contracted and clear ascites is present, what is the definitive significance of the cause of 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 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)
When the liver is evidencing minor disease and clear ascites is present with a portal vein velocity of 22 cm/sec, normal BUN, 3+ proteinuria with isosthenuria, no GI disease, albumin of 1.4 g/dl, what could be the cause of ascites?(Required)
Which of the following can be a cause of hemoabdomen?(Required)
When the liver is normal and clear ascites is present with a portal vein velocity of 22 cm/sec, normal BUN, 1+ proteinuria with USG of 1.030, mucosal striations are present in the intestine, albumin of 1.4 g/dl, what is the cause of ascites?(Required)
What is the most frequent organ of origin in Carcinomatosis presentations?(Required)
When the sonogram demonstrates a clear ascites, what level does albumin need to be for cause of ascites to be purely protein losing disease?(Required)