Amedco - Quiz

Southern California Vascular Surgery Society Annual Meeting 2019 MOC

 
 

A   - Aorto-bifemoral bypass
B   - Axillo-femoral bypass
C   - Endovascvular recanalization with stent
D   - All of the above

A   - 15mm
B   - 50mm
C   - 25mm
D   - 40mm

A   - Use of aortic stent graft with diameter > 30mm
B   - Circumferential thrombus in the neck
C   - Neck length of 15mm or greater
D   - Neck angulation > 60 degrees

A   - New collateral formation
B   - Visceral branch component stenosis or instability
C   - Separation of components (Type III endoleak)
D   - Loss of proximal seal (Type Ia endoleak)

A   - Renal Failure
B   - Mortality
C   - Stroke
D   - Bowel ischemia

A   - Renal Failure
B   - Mortality
C   - Stroke
D   - Bowel ischemia

A   - Operative times under local are longer
B   - Operative times under general are significantly longer
C   - Operative times under regional are significantly shorter
D   - There is no significant difference in operative times

A   - Follow-up in vascular surgery clinic after discharge with follow-up CT scan in 6 months
B   - Open surgical repair of the dissecting celiac artery
C   - Endovascular stenting of the dissecting celiac artery
D   - Discharge home and follow-up with regular primary care physician

A   - 0-1%
B   - 1-5%
C   - 10-20%
D   - 35%

A   - 10%
B   - 30%
C   - 50%
D   - 90%

A   - previous abdominal surgery
B   - ureteral stents
C   - pelvic malignancy
D   - pelvic radiation

A   - Plain films
B   - Physical Exam
C   - CT Angiography
D   - MRI

A   - Re-intervention to prevent limb loss
B   - Infection
C   - Above-knee amputation
D   - Venous ulcerations

A   - 5 to 10 percent
B   - 10 to 20 percent
C   - 20 to 30 percent
D   - 30 - 40 percent

A   - saphenous vein grafts
B   - paneled saphenous vein grafts is associated with longer operative times
C   - internal jugular vein grafts superior to paneled saphenous vein grafts
D   - paneled saphenous vein grafts is an acceptable alternative to internal jugular vein grafts

A   - Dyspareunia
B   - Dysmenorrhea
C   - Pelvic varices
D   - Pelvic pain

A   - Pelvic venous congestion syndrome is a non-cyclical pain that last for at least six month duration.
B   - The left ovarian vein drains into the left renal vein.
C   - The right ovarian vein usually drains into right renal vein.
D   - Normal ovarian veins are usually less than 5mm in diameter and have functional valves.