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5 Matching questions

  1. distention
  2. congenital glaucoma
  3. priapism
  4. encephalocele
  5. cleft lip/palate
  1. a swelling, a newborns abdomen often looks "big", distention is markedly big and feels tense
  2. b 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
  3. c improper aqueous outflow causes intraocular pressure resulting in vision loss
  4. d abnormal, painful and continued erection of the penis usually without sexual desire
  5. e separation in the oral facial region involving 1 or all of the following: lip, hard palate and soft tissue in the back of the mouth

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. narrowing of the pysloric sphincter at the outlet of the stomach causing an obstruction that blocks the flow of food into the small intestine
  2. collapsed lung
  3. sleepiness, drowsiness, somnolence, or mental sluggishness
  4. small, white, hard inclusion systs found on the hard palate and gums
  5. accumulation of excessive amounts of cerebrospinal fluid withing the ventricles of the brain. May note increased head circumference size.

5 True/False questions

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


  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. hypospadiasmeatus of penis may be abnormally located on the underside of the penis


  4. umbilical herniasoft, skin covered protrusion of intestine and omentum through a weakness in the abdominal wall around the umbilicus


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


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