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Cardiac/Coronary CT Summary Quiz
Try this quiz after working through the 8 Cardiac/Coronary CT cases. Choose the one best answer.
A 20 year old man has the coronary CTA shown below. What is the most likely etiology of the abnormality?
What two coronary arteries run in the atrioventricular grooves?
The right coronary and circumflex arteries
The posterior descending and left anterior descending arteries
The left anterior descending and right coronary arteries
The left anterior descending and circumflex arteries
Which anomalous coronary artery course is considered malignant?
Where do most coronary artery fistulae terminate?
Right sided cardiac chambers
Left sided cardiac chambers
The azygos veins
The pulmonary veins
Your patient's coronary CTA report states, "The right coronary artery is dominant." What does that mean?
The right coronary artery courses between the aorta and the pulmonary artery.
The right coronary artery courses behind the aorta.
The right coronary artery gives rise to the posterior interventricular artery.
The right coronary artery gives rise to the left anterior descending artery.
For coronary arteries other than the left main, what degree of stenosis is considered hemodynamically significant?
What group of patients presenting to the ED with acute chest pain are appropriate candidates for coronary CT angiography?
Those at high risk for coronary atherosclerotic disease.
Those with known coronary atherosclerotic disease.
Those at low to intermediate risk for coronary atherosclerotic disease.
Those at intermediate to high risk for coronary atherosclerotic disease.
What degree of stenosis is considered hemodynamically significant when the left main coronary artery is involved?
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