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Multiple Choice Question 1 of 5
Regarding imaging for small bowel obstruction, which of the following is correct?CorrectIncorrect
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For accurate T staging of an early gastric cancer (T1/2), which is the best imaging modality?CorrectIncorrect
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The easiest and most accurate imaging test to diagnose a joint effusion is …CorrectIncorrect
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A patient has been involved in a road traffic accident and has sustained multiple injuries to the body. To exclude a cervical spine injury, the best imaging test is …CorrectIncorrect
Multiple Choice Question 5 of 5
Which of the following is not suited to being assessed using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)?CorrectIncorrect
Produced by the UK’s Royal College of Radiologists, this website gives advice on which imaging modality is best suited to answer various clinical questions.
The European Society of Radiology has a large resource of educational exhibits and lectures.
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