The distant metastasis of bone can be best detected by:
B. Bone scan
D. Intravenous venogram
1. Ans. B. Bone scan
Dose of radiation required for development of haematological syndrome is?
A. 2 to 5 Gy
B. 10 Gy
C. 100 Gy
D. 200 Gy
3. Ans. A. 2 to 5 Gy
Which among the following is preferred in a patient with decreased renal function to avoid contrast nephropathy?
A. N acetylcysteine
C. Low osmolar contrast media
3. Ans. C. Low osmolar contrast media
Earliest to be diagnosed by USG is?
D. Spina bifida
4. Ans. A. Anencephaly
Aortic knob shillouette on chest X ray, PA view is obliterated by consolidation of which portion of lung?
A. Apicoposterior segment of left upper lobe
B. Superior lingual segment of left upper lobe
C. Apical segment of left lower lobe
D. Inferior lingular segment of left upper lobe
5. Ans. A. Apicoposterior segment of left upper lobe
CT scan is least accurate for diagnosis of:
A. 1 cm size aneurysm in hepatic artery
B. 1 cm size lymph node in para aortic region
C. 1 cm size mass in tail of pancreas
D. 1 cm size gall stone
6. Ans. D. 1 cm size gall stone
Differentiating feature of ASD from VSD in Chest X-ray?
A. Pulmonary hypertension
B. Absence of left atrium enlargment
C. Pulmonary congestion
D. Aortic shadow
7. Ans. B. Absence of left atrium enlargment
Which of the following is true about contrast radiography
A.In conventional monomeric iodinated contrast media the iodine molecule to solute particle ratio is 3:2.
B.Injection into artery is associated with 3 times more complication than injection into a vein
C.Test dose should be performed if a contrast reaction is suspected
D.Gadolinium DTPA crosses blood brain barrier
8. Ans. A. In conventional monomeric iodinated contrast media the iodine molecule to solute particle ratio is 3:2