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Oct 2019

 16-18 May 2019




Video CEs

Please read the question and choose the correct answer from the drop box below.  When finished, click the submit button.  The test answers will be sent tfor review.  After submitting the test, you will be directed to the payment page (using the PayPal system).  You may make your payment using a credit card or a PayPal account.
A minimum of 80% correct is required to be awarded CEs

1.  Common symptoms of Pheochromocytoma include (Choose one):

2.  Potential differential diagnoses include (Choose one):

3. Signs and symptoms of pheochromocytoma are a result from excessive catecholamine secretions r     regulated by the adrenal tissue

4.  Pheochromocytoma is a neuroendocrine neoplasm that arises from the chromaffin cells along the adrenal medulla and sympathetic ganglia

5.  Biologic effects of Catecholamines include:

6.  The incidence of Pheochromocytoma is equal between men and women and equal in both adrenal      glands

7. The 10% rule for pheochromocytoma includes:

8.MRIs and CT scans have similar sensitivities an specifities when localizing a pheochromocytoma.  Which    test provides the best anatomic detail?

9. When is the best time to use Beta blockers when treating hypertension secondary to a     pheochromocytoma?

10. Significant intra-operative risks for pheochromocytoma include:

Faculty/Presenter Effectiveness:           Learner Achievement of Objectives:

1. The presentation was clear
and to the point —––––––––––>

2. The presenter demonstrated mastery of the topic —––-–––>

1. Discuss the signs and symptoms of Pheochromocytoma —––––––––>

2  Review the pathophysiology of Pheochromocytoma —––––––––––>

3  Discuss diagnostic tests and treatment protocols for —–––––––> Pheochromocytoma


Pheochromocytoma - A Hypertension Zebra

0 = Not Effective–>>Very Effective = 5