Measurement of the Aorta should be…
a. Inner wall to inner wall
b. Inner to outer
c. Outer to inner
d. Outer to outer
What is considered the anchor for finding the aorta?
a. The aorta
b. The SMA
c. The IVC
d. The vertebral body
What is the Seagull sign?
a. The SMA
b. The celiac plexus
c. The renal artery
d. The IMA
The transverse aorta should be measured in all areas EXCEPT
All can help image the abdominal aorta except
a. Placing patient in left lateral decubitus
b. Pressing firmly and “milking” the bowel gas
c. Have the patient swallow
d. Have patient bend their knees
In regards to risk of rupture which is true?
a. > 4cm risk of rupture less than 2 % yr
b. < 7cm risk of rupture 20% per year
c. > 7cm risk of rupture 20-50% per year
d. Sensitivity of US for rupture is >95%
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