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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. hypospadias
  2. choanal atresia
  3. pneumothorax
  4. club foot
  5. sexual ambiguity
  1. a meatus of penis may be abnormally located on the underside of the penis
  2. b sex is not certain by exam
  3. c closure of one or both nasal cavities
  4. d sole of foot points medially, forefoot in curving an ankle in postion of toes pointing down and heel pointing up
  5. e collapsed lung

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. small, white, hard inclusion systs found on the hard palate and gums
  2. congenital defect in which the mouth is unusually small
  3. failure of the anterior neural tube to close due to genetic, toxic or infectious reasons. the brain is actually outside the skull in a skin covered sack. Surgery can be performed to put the protruding sack back into the skull
  4. benign, self-limited rash marked by firm, yellow-white papules or pustules from 1 to 2mm in size present in about 50% of full term infants. The cause is unknown, and the lesions disappear without the need for treatment.
  5. results from an aseptic nature and usually occurs with the induction of silver nitrate which is used prophylactic in the newborn for infectious conjunctivitis

5 True/False questions

  1. strabismusabnormal, painful and continued erection of the penis usually without sexual desire

          

  2. retractionswhen soft tissue around bones of chest are drawn in with the effort of pulling air into the lungs

          

  3. sextrophy of bladderfailure of the anterior neural tube to close due to genetic, toxic or infectious reasons. the brain is actually outside the skull in a skin covered sack. Surgery can be performed to put the protruding sack back into the skull

          

  4. dextrocardialocation of the heart in the right hemithorax instead of the left

          

  5. ortolani maneuverabduct the thighs and apply pressure forward over the greater trochanter. a clunking indicates a dislocated femoral head

          

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