UT-15 LE part 2

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50 Questions - Developed by: Joel - Developed on: - 2.472 taken

Carpel Tunnel...

  • 1
    In b-mode imaging of the common femoral artery and its bifurcation into the profunda femoris and femoral arteries, the profunda femoris normally courses:
  • 2
    Which of the following does not generally occur as a result of trauma?
  • 3
    The tendency of objects to maintain their status quo is called:
  • 4
    Symptoms of advanced ischemia in the lower extremity include all of the following except:
  • 5
    At any given moment, how much of the body's blood volume is found in the veins?
  • 6
    The main power source for blood propulsion in the venous system is:
  • 7
    The blood supply to vascular tissue is provided by:
  • 8
    The term laminar flow describes the:
  • 9
    Patients presenting with a diagnosis of rest pain may complain of:
  • 10
    A vibration noted while palpating a mass is called a:
  • 11
    Pulse sites commonly palpated in the lower extremities include all except:
  • 12
    With severe lower extremity arterial occlusive disease, the dopller waveforms distally:
  • 13
    Which of the following entities is not a risk factor in peripheral arterial occlusive disease?
  • 14
    The smallest vessels in the body are:
  • 15
    The term tunica adventitia denotes:
  • 16
    Common signs of advanced arterial insufficiency of the lower extremity include which of the following:
  • 17
    Monophasic posterior tibial artery waveforms in an asymptomatic patient with normal ankle/arm indicies most likely indicate that:
  • 18
    Ankle / arm indices in claudicating patients are usually:
  • 19
    Of the following vien segments, which is imaged least commonly
  • 20
    Common sites for ausculation of bruits in the lower extremity circulation include all fo the following except:
  • 21
    A velocity obtained in the femoral artery is 225mm/sec, while a measurement just proximal to this site gives 90mm/sec. this suggest:
  • 22
    A patient's segmental pressure readings are as follow:
    RT brachial: 144 mmHg
    LT brachial: 140 mmHg
    RT high thigh: 110 mmHg
    LT high thigh: 164 mmHg
    These findings could result from all of the following except:
  • 23
    The ankle/arm index is obtained by dividing:
  • 24
    Which sign or symptom is least likely to be associated with arterial emobolization?
  • 25
    The combination of neuropathy and periopheral atherosclerosis makes the diabetic patient especially vulnerable to:
  • 26
    Distal to an aortoiliac occlusion, the common femoral artery signal is typically
  • 27
    All of the changes below can be attributed to incompetent venous valves following venous thrombosis except:
  • 28
    Diastolic reversal of flow is most likely found in:
  • 29
    The most common source of upper or lower extremity peripheral arterial embolus is:
  • 30
    The great saphenous vein:
  • 31
    The term tunica intima denotes:
  • 32
    The common radiologic terms "inflow" "outflow" "runoff" refer respectively to:
  • 33
    At the inguinal ligament, the external iliac artery becomes the:
  • 34
    Ischemic ulcers are:
  • 35
    The right high-thigh pressure measurement is 108 mmHg, while the left high-thigh is 142 mmHg. Brachial pressure is 122 mmHg. Of the following, this most likely represents:
  • 36
    Which of the following is not correct of the great saphenous vein?
  • 37
    Doppler venous signals typically are low-frequency and vary with respiration, whereas normal arterial signals in the legs and arms are:
  • 38
    What doppler finding would not be evident in acute traumatic arteriovenous fistula?
  • 39
    Which of the following statements about the dorsalis pedis artery is not true
  • 40
    Ausculation of the abdomen, aortoiliac and common femoral areas is important because:
  • 41
    Unilateral claudication in the calf and foot of a young patient suggest:
  • 42
    The most common presenting symptoms in acute arterial occlusion include all of the following except:
  • 43
    A pulsatile mass in the groin after catheterization of a cardiac patient most likely will be:
  • 44
    Early atherosclerosis of the lower extremities will be associated with:
  • 45
    The term "cyanosis" describes:
  • 46
    The layer of arterial or venous wall composed entirely of endothelial cells is the:
  • 47
    A common evaluation for advanced lower extremity ischemia involves raising the supine patient's leg and then having the patient sit and dangle the leg. a positive result is described as:
  • 48
    The etiology of arterial aneurysms include all of the following except:
  • 49
    Which statement probably does not describe aspects of raynaud's disease?
  • 50
    Compared to arteries, veins have:

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