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Exam Title : Phenomena in Imaging and Perception/ Radiology’s Role in Medicine/treatment


Number Of Question : 20
Question #1: The MR Imaging in multiple sclerosis will show lesions in
White matter
Grey matter
Thalamus
Basal ganglia
Question #2: Focal and diffuse thickening of gall bladder wall with high amplitude reflections and ‘comet tail’ artifacts on USG suggest the diagnosis of
Xanthogranulomatous cholecysitis
Carcinoma of gall bladder
Adenomyomatosis
Cholesterolosis
Question #3: A 7-year old patient presents with severe headache, paralysis of upward gaze, loss of light perception and accommodation, nystagmus and failure of convergence. CT scan showed homogenous hyperdense lesion above the sella and in the posterior part of the third ventricle. MRI showed that the lesions were homogenous and isointense on T1 weighted imaging, and isointense on T2 weighted imaging with intense contrast enhancement. The most likely diagnosis is
Teratoma
Germinoma
Dermoid
Choroid plexus carcinoma
Question #4: A 70 years old female is on treatment with Alendronate for 7 years for osteoporosis. Now she complains of pain in right thigh. What is the next investigation to be performed?
DEXA scan
X-ray
Serum Vitamin D levels
Serum alkaline Phosphate levels
Question #5: Investigation of choice for detection and characterization of interstitial lung disease is
MRI
Chest X-ray
High Resolution CT Scan (HRCT)
Ventilation Perfusin Scan (VP Scan)