5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- thyroid-single nodule
- pilar cyst (wen)
- allergic salute and crease
- a hypothyroidism
- b cancerous nodules tend to be hard and are fixed to surrounding structures.
- c smooth, firm, fluctuant swelling on the scalp. tense pressure of the contents causes overlying skin to be shiny and taut. it is a benign growth.
- d obstruction of the drainage of CSF results in excessive accumulation, increasing intracranial pressure, and enlargement of the head.
- e the transverse line formed when child pushes nose up and back to relieve itching and to free swollen turbinates
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a localized bone disease of unknown etiology that softens thickens, and deforms bone. occurs more in males. characterized by bowed long bones, sudden fractures, frontal bossing, and enlarging skull bones that form an acorn-shaped cranium.
- most are benign, although a solitary one poses a greater risk of malignancy than do multiple nodules and poses a greater risk in a young person
- flat face, expressionless, "mask-like" with elevated eyebrows, staring gaze, oily skin, and drooling
- head size is normal, but the anterior and posterior fontanels are wide open
5 True/False Questions
torticollis → feel a firm, discrete, nontender mass in mid muscle on the involved side.
bell's palsy → cranial nerve 7 paralysis. complete paralysis of one side of face.
hydrocephalus → increasing pressure also produces dilated scalp veins, frontal bossing, and downcast or "setting sun" eyes where the sclera is visible above the iris
cachectic appearance → excessive secretion of growth hormone from the pituitary after puberty creates an enlarged skull and thickened cranial bones
thyroid-multiple nodules → multiple nodules usually indicate inflammation or a multi-nodular goiter rather than a neoplasm. However, suspect any rapidly enlarging or firm nodule