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5 Matching questions

  1. micrognathia
  2. impetigo
  3. erthroblastosis fetalis
  4. hydrocephalus
  5. visible peristalsis
  1. a bacterial infection of the skin, caused by strptococci and marked by yellow to red, weeping and cristed or pustular lesions around the nose, mouth, cheeks or on the extremities.
  2. b underbite, receding chin, small size of lower jaw
  3. c hemolytic disease of the newborn marked by anemia, jaundice, enlargement of the liver and spleen, and generalized edema
  4. d accumulation of excessive amounts of cerebrospinal fluid withing the ventricles of the brain. May note increased head circumference size.
  5. e a sign of pyloric stenosis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. results from an aseptic nature and usually occurs with the induction of silver nitrate which is used prophylactic in the newborn for infectious conjunctivitis
  2. small, white, hard inclusion systs found on the hard palate and gums
  3. intermittent tonic spasms that are usually paroxysmal and invole the extremities.
  4. cloudiness of the newborns lens
  5. sole of foot points medially, forefoot in curving an ankle in postion of toes pointing down and heel pointing up

5 True/False questions

  1. erythema toxicum neonatorumbenign, 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.


  2. tracheo-esophageal fistulaabnormal communication between the trachea and esophagus. air enters the stomach via the fistula causing the stomach to dilate, diaphragm to elevate impeding respirations. When infant eats, liquid may enter trachea causing aspiration, cyanosis


  3. hydroceleenlargement of one or both sides of the scrotum


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


  5. cyanosisblue, gray, slate, or dark purle discoloration of the skin or mucous membranes caused by deoxygenated or reduced hemoglobin in the blood.