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5 Matching questions

  1. craniosynostosis
  2. cephalohematoma
  3. opthalmia neonatorum
  4. microsephaly
  5. lacerations
  1. a adnormal smallness of the head; often seen in mental retardation
  2. b premature fusion of 1 or more cranial sutures resulting in an abnormal head shap
  3. c a wound or irregular tear of the flesh
  4. d purulent destructive eye disease (conjunctivitis)
  5. 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

  1. neural tube defect where the end of the neural tube fails to close resulting in the absence of amajor portion of the brain, skull and scalp
  2. enlarged veins of the spermatic cord commonly above the left testicle; sometimes purple and feel like a bundle of worms
  3. anus without an opening
  4. collapsed lung
  5. herniation of intra abdominal viscera through a defect in the abdominal wall around the umbilicus

5 True/False questions

  1. club footsole of foot points medially, forefoot in curving an ankle in postion of toes pointing down and heel pointing up


  2. hematoma of the sternocleodomastoid musclefirm, non tender mass in the midportion of the muscle. Usually seen with torticollis


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


  4. bleeding of the cordcongestion causing distention of the blood vessels. in the newborn often caused by excessive RBC's; sking color very red, ruddy


  5. strawberry hemoangiomadull red benign lesion, usually present at birth or appearing withing 2-3 months after. This type of birthmark is usually found on the face or neck and is well demarcated from the surrounding skin. It grows rapidly then regresses. It is caused by the proliferation of immature capillary vessels in active stroma.