5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- congenital glaucoma
- diaphragmatic hernia
- pilonidal dimple
- a dimple present at the base of the spine
- b diaphragm fails to fuse and a large or small part of abdominal contents moves into the chest cavity.
- c adnormal smallness of the head; often seen in mental retardation
- d improper aqueous outflow causes intraocular pressure resulting in vision loss
- e collection of blood under the scalp usually located over the parietal bone. Large neonatal birth wiight, forceps delivery and mother's first pregnancy
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- premature fusion of 1 or more cranial sutures resulting in an abnormal head shap
- obstruction of blood flow from left side of heart or a defect that causes increased blood flow to the lungs.
- meatus of the penis located on the upper side of the penis
- drooping mouth, diminished movement of the tongue nad difficulty with closing eyes. Asymmetrical facial movement
5 True/False questions
grunting → a skin fold that runs along the sides of the neck down to shoulders
pathological jaundice → nonpathological jaundice affecting newborns. It manifests 48 to 72 hours after birth, lasts only a few days, and does not require therapy
opthalmia neonatorum → purulent destructive eye disease (conjunctivitis)
retractions → sleepiness, drowsiness, somnolence, or mental sluggishness
hypospadias → meatus of penis may be abnormally located on the underside of the penis