Radiology I Quiz-Arteriography

Radiology I Quiz-Arteriography - a Poor as there are...

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Radiology I Arteriography Practice Quiz 1. The following is an example of: a. Digital subtraction arteriography b. Conventional arteriography c. Magnetic resonance arteriography 2. Identify the vessel. a. Abdominal aorta b. Superficial femoral c. Left common iliac d. Right common femoral
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3. Identify the vessel a. Common iliac b. Superficial femoral c. Deep femoral d. Medial circumflex 4. Characterize the run off in this lower extremity.
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Unformatted text preview: a. Poor, as there are multiple stenoses and substantial collateralization b. Good because the distal flow appears normal c. Good because the posterior tibial artery can clearly be seen d. Good because collateralization has restored flow to the foot 5. Complications associated with conventional arteriography include: a. Aortic aneurysm b. Nephropathy c. Arterial wall calcification...
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