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Chest CT Summary Quiz
Try this quiz after working through the 8 Chest CT cases. Choose the one best answer.
A patient with know right upper lobe lung cancer presents for staging chest CT. Involvement of lymph nodes in which location makes this cancer unresectable? *
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What is the most common cause of a middle mediastinal mass? *
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What is the best clue that a patient with interstitial lung disease has scleroderma? *
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What is the most common primary neoplasm of the anterior mediastinum? *
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What anatomic structure plays a role in dividing all three divisions of the mediastinum from one another? *
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How do random pulmonary nodules reach the lungs? *
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A 60 year old man with a 50 pack year history of smoking presents with left upper lobe atelectasis. What is the most likely type of atelectasis in this case? *
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What is the most common cause of a posterior mediastinal mass? *
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