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SON 250 23-34

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  • Q1

    The spectral waveforms observed in the proximal aorta will have different characteristics from the distal aorta due to: 

    the proximal aorta is larger than the distal aorta, which impacts the diastolic components 

    the proximal aorta is closer to the heart, which will impact the flow during diastole. 

    The proximal aorta supplies the visceral arteries, which supply lower resistant vascular beds like the liver and kidneys. 

    there are more branches in the distal aorta 

  • Q2

    A type 1 endoleak refers to:

    Flow at the attachment/fixation site(s)

    inferior mesenteric artery or lumbar artery branch flow

    graft porosity 

    enlarging aneurysmal size 

  • Q3

    The most accurate aortic measurement is made when:

    The diameter measurement includes anterior to posterior wall measurement from a perpendicular approach to the ao

    plaque is not present within the ao lumen

    trans left to right

    the transucer is in a true trans or long position to the patient

  • Q4

    What is the term applied to the ao where there are areas of dilation less than 3cm or irregular margins and a nontapering profile?





  • Q5

    What percentage of patients with aaa may also have pop artery aneurysms? 





  • Q6

    Which of the following anatomical landmarks is important when determining the management of patients with lower extremity ischemia?

    the bifurcation of the common iliac vessels 

    the bifurcation of the common iliac artery into the external and internal iliac arteries 

    the level of the superficial and profunda bifurcation 

    the inguinal ligament 

  • Q7

    A stent that appears elliptical is most likely due to :

    partial stent compression

    a tortuous vessel

    kinking of the vessel 

    normal vessel 

  • Q8

    The most common endoleaks observed with EVAR are

    Types 3 and 4

    Types 2 and 4

    Types 1 and 3

    Types 1 and 2

  • Q9

    The preprandial duplex evaluation of a normal SMA has

    only trace flow until after a meal

    biphasic Doppler spectrum with low resistance and high end diastolic flow

    Triphasic Doppler spectrum with high resistance and low end diastolic flow with a brief phase of reversed flow below the baseline

    monophasic Doppler spectrum with low resistance and moderate end diastolic flow

  • Q10

    When assessing for celiac artery compression during the duplex ultrasound, one should compare:

    pre and postprandial doppler waveforms

    Doppler waveforms taken during inhalation and during complete exhalation

    Doppler waveforms taken in the standing and seated positions

    waveforms at rest and with Valsalva maneuver 

  • Q11

    Which of the following statement best describes the occurrence of symptoms with intestinal ischemia 

    epigastric pain starting about 2 hrs after eating 

    RUQ pain starting 30 mins after eating

    generalized abdominal pain and bloating starting 10 to 15 mins after eating 

    epigastric or periumbilical pain starting about 30 mins after eating

  • Q12

    The normal Doppler waveform of the celiac artery is:

    a multiphasic pattern with antegrade flow in systole, reversed flow in early diastole

    high resistance flow with no flow through diastole 

    Low resistance with antegrade flow through systole and diastole 

    high resistance flow with reversed flow in early diastole 

  • Q13

    The criterion for a greater than or equal 70% stenosis in the celiac artery is

    PSV greater than or equal 125 cm/s

    PSV greater than or equal 200cm/s

    PSV greater than or equal 150cm/s

    PSV greater than or equal 175cm/s

  • Q14

    In cases of renal vein thrombosis, the Doppler spectral waveform exhibits:

    delayed diastolic run off 

    reverse, blunted diastolic flow

    absent reverse flow component forward diastolic flow 

    forward diastolic flow

  • Q15

    Which of the following best improves the accuracy of measuring kidney length?

    use of harmonic imaging 

    measuring kidney length during exhalation 

    use of power Doppler

    Averaging three separate measurements


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