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Neuroradiology Summary Quiz
Try this quiz after working through the 10 Neuroradiology cases. Choose the one best answer.
What type of intracranial hemorrhage is most likely secondary to an aneurysm in the circle of Willis? *
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The head CT report on your patient describes an "extra-axial mass with a dural tail and hyperostosis." What is the most likely diagnosis? *
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What type of intracranial hemorrhage is intra-axial? *
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What type of intracranial hemorrhage is most commonly associated with a skull fracture? *
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What is the most common source/route for bacteria to spread into the brain and cause an abscess? *
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What is the single best finding that favors intracranial metastatic disease over a primary neoplasm? *
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What would you expect this patient's head CT to look like in one week in the absence of treatment? *
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What type of intracranial hemorrhage is most commonly described as crescent shaped? *
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What would you expect the history to be for the patient with the brain MRI below? *
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From: https://radiopaedia.org/cases/multiple-sclerosis (Thanks again Radiopaedia!)
From: https://radiopaedia.org/cases/multiple-sclerosis (Thanks again Radiopaedia!)
The brain MRI report on your patient describes a "mass invading and crossing the corpus callosum". What is the most likely diagnosis? *
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