UT-15 Upper Extremity

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The Upper Extremity Q-banks minus one picture question.

  • 1
    In the calculation of ankle/brachial systolic pressure ratios, the following arm pressure is commonly selected as the denominator?
  • 2
    Takayasu’s arteritis is most often found in:
  • 3
    The term cyanosis describes:

  • 4
    The most common source of lower or upper extremity arterial embolus is:
  • 5
    A vibration noted while palpating pulses is called a:
  • 6
    Select the factor least likely to contribute to deep vein thrombosis:

  • 7
    The great vessels arising from the aortic arch include all of the following except the:
  • 8
    The vertebral artery usually arises from the:
  • 9
    The etiology of arterial aneurysms includes all of the following except
  • 10
    Which of the following are not associated with chronic venous disease?

  • 11
    An occlusive disease of medium and small arteries in the upper distal upper ad lower limbs of primarily young male heavy smokers is:
  • 12
    Patients with advanced peripheral arterial occlusive disease exhibit which of the following skin changes?
  • 13
    The term tunica adventitia denotes:
  • 14
    The term tunica intima denotes
  • 15
    The ankle/arm index is obtained by dividing the
  • 16
    Diastolic reversal of flow is most likely in

  • 17
    Which of the following is not a deep vein of the upper extremity
  • 18
    A patient complains of digital pallor or cyanosis induced by cold exposure or emotional stimuli. These symptoms are characteristic of:
  • 19
    During a duplex venous exam, which of the following findings is the least likely to be associated with acute DVT
  • 20
    Which vein in the antecubital fossa connects the cephalic and basilica veins

  • 21
    Which of the following is a continuation of the axillary artery
  • 22
    Which of the following causes changes in arterial blood flow to the arms by intermittent compression of the brachial nerve plexus, subclavian artery or subclavian vein at the region where these structures exit the thoracic cavity and course peripherally toward the arm?
  • 23
    Which of the following is a branch of the brachial artery that runs parallel to the ulnar artery in the forearm?
  • 24
    All of the following are risk factors for peripheral occlusive disease except
  • 25
    Which of the following originates on the thumb side of the dorsum of the hand and joins the axillary vein just below the clavicle?
  • 26
    The _________________ vein is a continuation of the axillary vein that joins the internal jugular vein to form the innominate vein.

  • 27
    The factors of Virchow’s triad that are associated with thrombus formation include all of the following except:
  • 28
    Which of the following originates on the small finger side of the dorsum of the hand and enters the brachial veins in the upper arm?
  • 29
    Which of the following statements regarding he importance of early assessment of the presence of PAD is false?
  • 30
    Presentation of thoracic outlet syndrome may include all of the following except:

  • 31
    Which of the following is not a prominent etiology of arterial disease in the upper extremities?
  • 32
    Which of the following can not cause compression of the subclavian artery?

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