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RIU 436 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Vertebral Artery, Deflation, PseudoaneurysmExam


Department
Radiation and Imaging - Ultrasound
Course Code
RIU 436
Professor
Miram Teft
Study Guide
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1. How does an intra-aortic balloon pump supply the coronary arteries of the
heart with increased blood flow?
1. Deflation of the intra-aortic balloon in diastole
2. Inflation of the intra-aortic balloon in diastole
3. Inflation of the intra-aortic balloon in systole
d. Deflation of the intra-aortic balloon in systole
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2. Which of the following will cause tardus parvus waveforms systemically
within all arteries of the body?
1. Congestive heart failure
2. Atherosclerosis
3. Aortic root stenosis
4. Diabetes
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3. Where is vertebral artery stenosis most likely to occur?
a. Distal
b. Proximal
c. Origin
d. Mid
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4. What complication of dissection might cause hemodynamically significant
stenosis?
1. Thrombosed false lumen
2. Blood in false lumen re-entering true lumen through a secondary tear
3. Retrograde flow in the false lumen
4. To-fro-flow in the false lumen
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5. Which cerebrovascular pathology is characterized by arm claudication and
absent radial pulses?
1. Takayasu’s arteritis
2. Giant cell arteritis
3. Radiation induced arterial injury
4. Fibromuscular dysplasia
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6. Which cerebrovascular pathology is characterized by jaw claudication and
headaches?
1. Takayasu’s arteritis
2. Giant cell arteritis
3. Radiation induced arterial injury
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