5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- diaphragmatic hernia
- undescended testes
- chemical conjunctivitis
- a no testicle in the scrotum by 39 weeks; empty sac or only one teste in the sac
- b adnormal smallness of the head; often seen in mental retardation
- c premature fusion of 1 or more cranial sutures resulting in an abnormal head shap
- d diaphragm fails to fuse and a large or small part of abdominal contents moves into the chest cavity.
- e 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 Multiple choice questions
- underbite, receding chin, small size of lower jaw
- adduction of hips produce a clunking only if instability is present
- blue, gray, slate, or dark purle discoloration of the skin or mucous membranes caused by deoxygenated or reduced hemoglobin in the blood.
- abnormally small at birth
- obstruction of the small intestine in newborn caused by impaction
5 True/False questions
polydactyly → enlargement of one or both sides of the scrotum
pyloric stenosis → blue, gray, slate, or dark purle discoloration of the skin or mucous membranes caused by deoxygenated or reduced hemoglobin in the blood.
hydrocephalus → enlargement of one or both sides of the scrotum
variocele → enlarged veins of the spermatic cord commonly above the left testicle; sometimes purple and feel like a bundle of worms
cyanotic defect → decrease blood flow to the lungs. decreased oxygen carried to tissues