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35 ms plaque formation in the tunica albuginea of the

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Unformatted text preview: city that exceeds? 35 m/s Plaque formation in the tunica albuginea of the corpora cavernosa? Peyronie's disease. Sonographic signs of acute pancreatitis? pancreatic echogenicity. Pancreatic enlargement. Peripancreatic fluid collection. Perivascular fluid collection. Periduodenal fluid collection. Perirenal fluid collection. Decreased or heterogeneous Complications of Pancreatitis? Pseudocyst formation. Bile duct obstruction. Pancreatic abscess. Venous thrombosis. Pseudoaneurysm. Causes of solid hypoechoic pancreatic masses? Carcinoma. Focal Pancreatitis. Lymphoma. Metastases. Islet cell tumors. Thrombosed aneurysm. Pancreatic cystic lesions? Pseudocyst. Macrocystic (mucinous) tumor. Microcystic (serous) tumor. Intraductal papillary mucinous tumor. Solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm. Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. von Hippel-Lindau disease. Cystic fibrosis. Aneurysm/pseudoaneurysm. Normal pancreatic duct should to 3 mm, but can enlarge with age. Less than or equal mearsure? Sonographic signs of chronic pancreatitis? dilation. Ductal irregularity. Parenchymal atrophy. Pancreatic calcification. Ductal Pancreatic and islet cell tumors are generally hypoechoic. T/F? TRUE Pancreatic neoplasm that contains serous fluid, consists of multiple small cystic elements, and is benign? Microcystic adenoma. Pancreatic neoplasm that contains mucinous fluid, large cystic elelements, thick septations, solid elements, and can be malignant or benign? Macrocystic tumors. Solid spleen lesions? Hemangiomas. Hamartomas. Lymphomas. Metastases. Infarcts. Abscesses. Sarcoidosis. Granulomas. Extramedullary hematopoiesis. Causes of splenomegaly? Heart failure. Portal hypertension. Leukemia. Lymphoma. Hepatitis. Mononucleosis. Generalized infections. Hemolytic anemias. Glycogen storage disease. Malaria. Myelofibrosis. Lymphoma Focal. Multifocal. Diffuse. Almost alwaysin the spleen? and leukemia sonographic appearance hypoechoic. Multiple small calcifications disease. Histoplasmo...
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