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1) A patient with extravasation of IV contrast is at greatest risk for which of the following complications:

Uticaria
Hypertension with reflex bradycardia
Seizure
Compartment syndrome


2) The second most commonly injured abdominal organ following trauma is the:

Kidney
Spleen
Liver
Pancreas


3) Injury to the kidney which includes damage to the capsule and disruption of the vascular pedicle would be categorized as what class of renal injury:

I
II
III
IV
V


4) Identify the object labeled "4" in the above image.

Ascending aorta
Right atrium
Right hilum
Right ventricle


5) Given the following image, the most likely diagnosis is



Hemoperitoneum
Splenic fracture
Splenic laceration with active bleeding
Inverse s sign


6) The greatest percentage of deaths related to pancreatic trauma are due to:

Pancreatitis
Acute peripancreatic fluid collection
Acute formation of a pancreatic pseudocyst
Visceral hemorrhage with hypovolemic shock


7) Surgical management is most likley indicated for which classes of renal injury

I, II, III, and IV
II, III, and IV
III and IV
I and II


8) Upon examination of a CT following a motor vehicle accident, free air is found in the retroperitoneal space. Which segement of the bowel is most likely to have been injured?

First portion of the duodenum
Fourth portion of the duodenum
Second portion of the duodenum
Jejunum


9) Given the following image, the most likely diagnosis is



Pancreatitis
Peptic ulcer disease
Colitis
Pyelonephritis


10) Given the following image, the most likely diagnosis is:



Colitis
Small bowel obstruction
Ileus
Leaking aortic aneurysm


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