- 1 What is the Diagnosis of the IMAGE?
- 2 Dawson’s fingers attributed to –
- 3 What is the pathological basis of Dawson fingers?
- 4 Ovarian Failure
- 5 Dermatomyositis Autoantibodies
- 6 Physical Examination -VI
- 7 Stove-in Chest
- 8 Image Question-10
- 9 Hospital-acquired AKI
- 10 Chest radiograph signs of Pulmonary Embolism
- 11 Vascular Function MCQs
- 12 Raised intracranial pressure
- 13 Mitral valve prolapse
- 14 Intrauterine contraceptive devices
- 15 Early Pregnancy Loss
- 16 Oncology MCQs -4
- 17 Medicine Review MCQs- II
- 18 Sacrum
- 19 Development of the Bone
- 20 Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy
- 21 Uterine Fibroid
What is the Diagnosis of the IMAGE?
A. Salt and pepper sign
B. Dawson fingers
C. Dot-Dash sign
D. Empty delta sign
Dawson’s fingers attributed to –
A. Perilymphatic inflammation
B. Periarterial inflammation
C. Perineuronal inflammation
What is the pathological basis of Dawson fingers?
Dawson fingers – result of inflammation or mechanical damage by blood pressure around long axis of medullary veins.