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173 terms
pediatrics disorders
most common etiology of fever
suspected UTI in infant <28 days old tx
HSV tx
suspected meningitis in infant <28 day…
viral infection
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine
acyclovir
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine... IV gentamycin as well
most common etiology of fever
viral infection
suspected UTI in infant <28 days old tx
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine
173 terms
pediatrics disorders
most common etiology of fever
suspected UTI in infant <28 days old tx
HSV tx
suspected meningitis in infant <28 day…
viral infection
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine
acyclovir
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine... IV gentamycin as well
most common etiology of fever
viral infection
suspected UTI in infant <28 days old tx
IV ampicillin and IV cefotaxamine
26 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Developmental Dysplasia of Hip
Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
JRA
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Poor alignment of acetabulum and head of femur in developing…
Degeneration of femoral head causing pain, ↓ROM(abd, IR), gai…
Inflammation of connective tissue
Genetic disorder, abnormality in collagen gene causes fragile…
Developmental Dysplasia of Hip
Poor alignment of acetabulum and head of femur in developing…
Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
Degeneration of femoral head causing pain, ↓ROM(abd, IR), gai…
30 terms
Pediatric Disorders
3 major cardiovascular changes that mu…
Patent Ductus Arteriosus
Atrial Septal Deficits
Ventricular Septal Deficits
1. Hole between right and left atria close... 2. Ductus arterios…
Most common condition found in premature newborns... Increases…
Opening in the septum between the R and L atria... Results in "…
One or more openings in the muscular or membranous portions o…
3 major cardiovascular changes that mu…
1. Hole between right and left atria close... 2. Ductus arterios…
Patent Ductus Arteriosus
Most common condition found in premature newborns... Increases…
12 terms
Pediatric disorders
Common disorders include...
What is Cerebral Palsy (CP)?
Problems to anticipate in a child with…
Types of CP
cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, spinal musc…
neuro d/o resulting from damage to developing, immature brain…
dysphagia; increased risk for malnutrition; increased risk of…
Spastic... Athetoid... Ataxic... Mixed
Common disorders include...
cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, spinal musc…
What is Cerebral Palsy (CP)?
neuro d/o resulting from damage to developing, immature brain…
44 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Also called trisomy 21, trisomy G, mon…
Essential features include: impaired s…
Involves a persistent and frequent pat…
Infants whose: weight consistently is…
Down Syndrome
Autism
ADHD
Failure to thrive
Also called trisomy 21, trisomy G, mon…
Down Syndrome
Essential features include: impaired s…
Autism
150 terms
Pediatric Disorders
The parents of a pediatric client who…
When reviewing the management of sickl…
The nurse is caring for a child whose…
A community health nurse is conducting…
A. "It is caused by a recessive trait the primarily affects A…
C. Foods that are low in iron
D. Sickle cell anemia
D. A cough with the expectoration of mucoid sputum
The parents of a pediatric client who…
A. "It is caused by a recessive trait the primarily affects A…
When reviewing the management of sickl…
C. Foods that are low in iron
22 terms
Pediatrics Final- Endocrine Disorders
How much should a child grow in a year?
Congenital hypothyroidism
What age to symptoms of Congenital hyp…
Symptoms and physical findings of Cong…
At least 4.5 cm (1.7 inches)
insufficient hormone secretion or defect in receptor activity…
3-4 mts
persistent jaundice, constipation, poor feeding, lethargy, so…
How much should a child grow in a year?
At least 4.5 cm (1.7 inches)
Congenital hypothyroidism
insufficient hormone secretion or defect in receptor activity…
21 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Predominant Pediatric Disorders
IDEA
Internal Forces
External Forces
-cerebral palsy... -spina bifida... -muscular dystrophy
individuals w/ disabilities education act
-fascia tightness... -genetic makeup... -body size
-gravity... -others... -environment
Predominant Pediatric Disorders
-cerebral palsy... -spina bifida... -muscular dystrophy
IDEA
individuals w/ disabilities education act
35 terms
Pediatric disorders
4-6 weeks of pregnancy
submucous clefts
bifid uvula
occult submucous cleft
Embryonic period; the greatest threat for embryonic disruptio…
occut cleft palate; surface tissue of the soft or hard palate…
may be present in a submucous cleft;
only detectable by X-ray and nasopharyngoscopy; treatment thr…
4-6 weeks of pregnancy
Embryonic period; the greatest threat for embryonic disruptio…
submucous clefts
occut cleft palate; surface tissue of the soft or hard palate…
31 terms
pediatric disorders
Charcot-Marie-Tooth
Pediatric seizures
pediatric medulloblastoma
Rett Syndrome
o Kid is falling when walking or running; kid has weakness in…
o Child not paying attention to therapist; stares and doesn't…
o Generalized weakness, decreased static and dynamic balance,…
o Developing slowly, hypotonic, child not talking, child cons…
Charcot-Marie-Tooth
o Kid is falling when walking or running; kid has weakness in…
Pediatric seizures
o Child not paying attention to therapist; stares and doesn't…
33 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Specific Learning Disabilities definit…
Diagnostic Criteria of SLD
OT interventions for SLD
Clinical Presentation of ADHD
- a group of problems that affect a child's ability to master…
1. persistent difficulty learning academic skills for at leas…
1. controlling task difficulty... 2. controlling the learning en…
- preschool years = excessive activity level and impulsivity…
Specific Learning Disabilities definit…
- a group of problems that affect a child's ability to master…
Diagnostic Criteria of SLD
1. persistent difficulty learning academic skills for at leas…
44 terms
Pediatric disorders
Individuals with Disablilities Educati…
Newborn to 1 month
2-3 months
4-5 months
federal legislation that mandates children with disablilities…
prone "physiologic flexion, lifts head briefly... supine "physio…
prone lifts head to 90 deg, chest up with weight on forearm... s…
prone bears weight on extended arms... *ulnar palmar grasp
Individuals with Disablilities Educati…
federal legislation that mandates children with disablilities…
Newborn to 1 month
prone "physiologic flexion, lifts head briefly... supine "physio…
25 terms
Pediatric Disorders
language... reading ... speech ... cognition
SLI... specific language impairment
TBI ... traumatic brain injurty
Dyslexia
4 categories of pediatric disorders
disorder characterized by delayed speech in the absence of ot…
disorder characterize by cognitive deficits: distractibility,…
disorder marked by deficits with word recognition, reading co…
language... reading ... speech ... cognition
4 categories of pediatric disorders
SLI... specific language impairment
disorder characterized by delayed speech in the absence of ot…
16 terms
Pediatric Disorders
esophageal atresia & transesophageal f…
VATER (vertebral defects, imperforate…
pathophysiology of of EA/TEF
cough, choking, cyanosis
failure of the esophagus to develop as a continuous passage s…
association of EA/TEF
development anomaly/birth defect... improper embryonic development
3 C's of EA/TEF
esophageal atresia & transesophageal f…
failure of the esophagus to develop as a continuous passage s…
VATER (vertebral defects, imperforate…
association of EA/TEF
50 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
Internal forces affecting development
External forces affecting development
Development of motor control proceeds:
Federal legislation that mandates... children with disabilities…
Fascia tightness, body size and proportions, muscle makeup, d…
gravity, movement surface, encouragement from others, environ…
(1) From head to toe (cephalocaudal)... (2) From proximal to dis…
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
Federal legislation that mandates... children with disabilities…
Internal forces affecting development
Fascia tightness, body size and proportions, muscle makeup, d…
17 terms
Pediatric disorders
Tetrology of Fallot
PDA
Growth Hormone Deficiency
spina bifida
patho: right to left shunt due to 4 congenital heart defects:…
patho: failure of ductus arteriosus to close in response to i…
patho: inadequate production of growth hormone causing poor g…
Patho-- occurs the 4th week of gestation, failure of the osse…
Tetrology of Fallot
patho: right to left shunt due to 4 congenital heart defects:…
PDA
patho: failure of ductus arteriosus to close in response to i…
14 terms
pediatric disorders
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Blood tests to diagnose osteosarcoma
x-ray to diagnose osteosarcoma
Homan's sign
diagnosed at the age of 3-5 years in boys. Presents with a wa…
lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP)
plain film of the suspected lesion with 2 views will show cha…
pain with forceful dorsiflexion of the patient's foot, used t…
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
diagnosed at the age of 3-5 years in boys. Presents with a wa…
Blood tests to diagnose osteosarcoma
lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP)
17 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Non-Syndromic HL
Syndromic HL
CHARGE
Waardenburg's Syndrome
Cases of hereditary HL and no associated abnormalities
Hereditary HL associated with other abnormalities, such as th…
C=Coloboma of the eye, H= Heart defects, A= Atresia of nasoph…
Site of Pathology: Integument (skin), ocular, craniofacial, g…
Non-Syndromic HL
Cases of hereditary HL and no associated abnormalities
Syndromic HL
Hereditary HL associated with other abnormalities, such as th…
89 terms
Pediatric disorders
As OTs, we do not treat the diagnosis.…
What areas should we assess?
What physicians will we work with?
Acute episodic care
The occupational deficit
cognition, gross/fine motor, sensory, ADL function, coordinat…
- Early year physician... - teachers... - psychologists... - parents... -…
- most common in pediatrics... - burns, fractures, ER surgery, h…
As OTs, we do not treat the diagnosis.…
The occupational deficit
What areas should we assess?
cognition, gross/fine motor, sensory, ADL function, coordinat…
34 terms
PEdiatric Disorders
Cerebral Palsy
Congenital CP
CP any condition that...
Prenatal CP caused by
Posture and movement disorder secondary to damage of the imma…
Before or during birth
produces anoxia, hemorrhage, or damage to the brain
inflamed placenta 50-80% premature births... *****rH Factor in…
Cerebral Palsy
Posture and movement disorder secondary to damage of the imma…
Congenital CP
Before or during birth
20 terms
pediatric disorders
mucopolysaccharidoses
Hurler's Syndrome
airway
Hunter's Syndrome
genetic liposomal disorder... deficiency of alpha L iduronidase
autosomal recessive... -coarse facial features, macroglossia, sh…
anesthetic implications for hurler's syndrome
x-linked recessive... -only affects males; women are carriers... -c…
mucopolysaccharidoses
genetic liposomal disorder... deficiency of alpha L iduronidase
Hurler's Syndrome
autosomal recessive... -coarse facial features, macroglossia, sh…
13 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Apparent Life Threatening Event
Kawasaki Disease
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
Biliary Atresia
A syndrome in infants that cuase apnea, skin becomes pale or…
Autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of blood vessels
Sudden death of an infant unexpectedly
Rare condition in infants in which the common bile duct betwe…
Apparent Life Threatening Event
A syndrome in infants that cuase apnea, skin becomes pale or…
Kawasaki Disease
Autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of blood vessels
35 terms
Pediatric disorders
Also called trisomy 21, trisomy G, mon…
Essential features include: impaired s…
Involves a persistent and frequent pat…
Infants whose: weight consistently is…
downs syndrome
autism
ADHD
FTT
Also called trisomy 21, trisomy G, mon…
downs syndrome
Essential features include: impaired s…
autism
6 terms
6 - Clotting disorders - Pediatrics***
Inherited Causes of Thrombophilia (DVT…
Inherited Causes of Thrombophilia (DVT…
Acquired Causes of Thrombophilia (DVT/…
4 Myeloproliferative disorders with hi…
These 2 (+) clotting... - Factor V Leiden mutation (HIGH)... - Prot…
These 3 (-) clotting ... - Protein S deficiency... - Protein C defi…
Malignancy... Presence of a central venous catheter... Surgery, esp…
1) Polycythemia vera (too many RBCs)... 2) Essential thrombocyto…
Inherited Causes of Thrombophilia (DVT…
These 2 (+) clotting... - Factor V Leiden mutation (HIGH)... - Prot…
Inherited Causes of Thrombophilia (DVT…
These 3 (-) clotting ... - Protein S deficiency... - Protein C defi…
45 terms
Pediatric Disorders
intussesception
intussesception
imaging (US, CT, Xray)... air or barium e…
abdominal pain, bloody stools (current…
telescoping of one portion of the intestine into another... typi…
believed to be secondary to imbalance in intestinal muscle st…
intussusception diagnosis
triad of symptoms of intussesception
intussesception
telescoping of one portion of the intestine into another... typi…
intussesception
believed to be secondary to imbalance in intestinal muscle st…
28 terms
Neuromuscular Disorders Pediatrics
What are physical features of a child…
How so you feed a child with Down Synd…
What is the nursing goal for a child w…
How would you feed an infant with Cere…
-Simian creases in palms... -Hypotonia... -Protruding tongue... -Upwar…
Feed to the back and side of the mouth
Help the child reach his or her optimal level of funcitoning
Prevent aspiration; sit the child upright and support the low…
What are physical features of a child…
-Simian creases in palms... -Hypotonia... -Protruding tongue... -Upwar…
How so you feed a child with Down Synd…
Feed to the back and side of the mouth
34 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Prenatal etiology for CP
Perinatal (during labor/delivery) etio…
postnatal (post delivery) etiology for…
What is cerebral palsy
- Rh factor exposure... - Fetal exposture to teratogens (radioat…
- anoxia... - prematurity... - low birth weight
- cerebral hemorrhage... - trauma: MVA, shaken baby syndrome... - i…
disorder of posture & movement that occurs secondary to damag…
Prenatal etiology for CP
- Rh factor exposure... - Fetal exposture to teratogens (radioat…
Perinatal (during labor/delivery) etio…
- anoxia... - prematurity... - low birth weight
102 terms
Pediatric disorders
This section covers:
What is Arthrogryposis Multiplex Conge…
There are more than __ joints affected…
What joints can be affected?
Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita... Cerebral Palsy... Development…
Multiple joint contractures at birth
3,2
Any, including jaw and spine
This section covers:
Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita... Cerebral Palsy... Development…
What is Arthrogryposis Multiplex Conge…
Multiple joint contractures at birth
99 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Pediatric disorders focus on:
The general goal of pediatric health-c…
As OT's, we don necessarily treat a di…
What areas would an OT assess?
the condition, symptoms/causes, precautions and THE OCCUPATIO…
HAVE EACH CHILD ENTER ADULT HOOD AT HIS OPTIMAL STATE-->physi…
occupational deficit
cognition, gross motor/fine motor, sensory issues, ADL functi…
Pediatric disorders focus on:
the condition, symptoms/causes, precautions and THE OCCUPATIO…
The general goal of pediatric health-c…
HAVE EACH CHILD ENTER ADULT HOOD AT HIS OPTIMAL STATE-->physi…
15 terms
6 - Metabolic Disorders - Pediatrics***
Newborn Infant... - "Burned caramel smell…
Cause of Maple Syrup Urine Disease
TX; Maple Syrup Urine Disease
Infant - "mousy"/musty body odor... - Ski…
Maple Syrup Urine Disease... - branched chain ketoaciduria ... - au…
Inability to break down amino acids... - Isoleucine, Leucine, Va…
I Love Vermont... - Avoid Isoleucine, Leucine, Valine... - meat, so…
PKU (phenyl-ketonuria)... - can't convert Phenylalanine to Tyros…
Newborn Infant... - "Burned caramel smell…
Maple Syrup Urine Disease... - branched chain ketoaciduria ... - au…
Cause of Maple Syrup Urine Disease
Inability to break down amino acids... - Isoleucine, Leucine, Va…
28 terms
Barkley- Hematological Disorders in Pediatrics
What are the microcytic/hypochromic an…
What are the normocytic/normochromic a…
What are the labs of iron deficiency a…
How is IDA treated?
IDA, thalassemia, lead poisoning, G6PD
ACD, acute blood loss, early IDA
-Low H&H, MCV (size), MCHC (color), RBCs... -Increased RDW... -Incr…
-3 to 6 mg/kg/day elemental iron until Hgb is normal -then 2…
What are the microcytic/hypochromic an…
IDA, thalassemia, lead poisoning, G6PD
What are the normocytic/normochromic a…
ACD, acute blood loss, early IDA
12 terms
Pediatric Disorders
CP
Tonic Seizure
Clonic Seizure
Tonic Clonic Seizures (Grand mal)
CNS deficit that occurs before, during or shortly after birth…
Sudden stiffening movement... Consciousness is preserved... Person…
Rhythmic jerking movements of the arms and legs... Rare... Clonus... C…
Jerking then stiffening... 1-2 minutes... Change in mood prior to s…
CP
CNS deficit that occurs before, during or shortly after birth…
Tonic Seizure
Sudden stiffening movement... Consciousness is preserved... Person…
165 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Remember: we don't necessarily treat a…
Areas that we assess
Pediatric disorders focus on
General Goal of Pediatric Healthcare
occupational deficit
1. cognition... 2. Gross or fine motor... 3. Sensory issues... 4. ADL…
1. The condition ... 2. The symtpoms/causes... 3. Precautions ... 4. T…
*Allow each children to enter adulthood at its optimal state,…
Remember: we don't necessarily treat a…
occupational deficit
Areas that we assess
1. cognition... 2. Gross or fine motor... 3. Sensory issues... 4. ADL…
24 terms
Pediatric Disorders
What are the Average Growth Parameters…
What is the Gestational Age of a Pre-t…
What is the Gestational Age of a Term…
What is the Gestational Age of a Post-…
- Length... - Weight... - Head circumference
< 37 weeks
37-42 weeks
> 42 weeks
What are the Average Growth Parameters…
- Length... - Weight... - Head circumference
What is the Gestational Age of a Pre-t…
< 37 weeks
15 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Croup --> Identify
Croup --> Manage
Asthma --> Identify
Asthma --> manage
Laryngotracheobronchitis... Barky, Seal like cough... Horase voice…
No stridor at rest:... Keep the child calm ... Sitting up ... Decadron…
Wheezing; Home new or MDI; steroids; intubations; hospitaliza…
New onset:... Pulse oximetry ... O2 - face mask, nasal cannula, blo…
Croup --> Identify
Laryngotracheobronchitis... Barky, Seal like cough... Horase voice…
Croup --> Manage
No stridor at rest:... Keep the child calm ... Sitting up ... Decadron…
44 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Hole between right and left atria
Wet lung, poor exercise tolerance, sma…
Feeding problems, shortness of breath,…
Stage 1 HIV
PDA (Patent ductus arteriosus)
ASD
VSD
No symptoms, expect maybe flu like symptoms
Hole between right and left atria
PDA (Patent ductus arteriosus)
Wet lung, poor exercise tolerance, sma…
ASD
14 terms
Pediatric Disorders
individuals with disabilities educatio…
internal forces
external forces
primitive reflexes
federal legislation that mandates children with disabilities…
fascia tightness, body size and proportions, muscle makeup, d…
gravity, movement surface, encouragement from others, environ…
-present prior to or at time of birth... -usually integrated dur…
individuals with disabilities educatio…
federal legislation that mandates children with disabilities…
internal forces
fascia tightness, body size and proportions, muscle makeup, d…
11 terms
Pediatric Disorders
Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral Palsy Classifications
Associated Problems of Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral Palsy Managment
-Disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture that is caused…
-Muscle Tone: Spastic, Athetosis, Ataxic and flaccid... -Locatio…
-Cognitive... -Delays in speech... -Sensory deficits... -Feeding issues
-Medical Management... -Orthopedic Surgery... -Dorsal Rhictomy... -Gam…
Cerebral Palsy
-Disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture that is caused…
Cerebral Palsy Classifications
-Muscle Tone: Spastic, Athetosis, Ataxic and flaccid... -Locatio…
Pediatrics (GU Disorders)
T or F. The younger the child, the les…
What should always be r/o in a child w…
Who are UTIs more common in?
In males, when are UTIs most common?
True
UTIs
UTI's are more common (2:1) in males under 1 y.o. but more co…
10x more common in uncircumsized males in the first year of l…
T or F. The younger the child, the les…
True
What should always be r/o in a child w…
UTIs
21 terms
Pediatrics: Dermatological Disorders
The most common type of eczema is?
Atopic dermatitis has a high associati…
Folds under the eyelids of a child suf…
Med Tx of atopic dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis
IgE
Dennie-Morgan folds
Low dose topical corticosteroids
The most common type of eczema is?
Atopic dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis has a high associati…
IgE
59 terms
Pediatric Disorders
What is cerebral palsy?
Does damage spread?
Congential CP means?
Acquired CP means?
Disorders of posture and mvmt that occur 2nd to damage to the…
No once damage is done to an area that is it, it does not get…
Damage occurs before or during birth
Brain is damaged after birth
What is cerebral palsy?
Disorders of posture and mvmt that occur 2nd to damage to the…
Does damage spread?
No once damage is done to an area that is it, it does not get…
89 terms
Pediatrics - Neurosensory Disorders
Meningitis & Reyes Syndrome
Meningitis
Risk Factors for Viral Meningitis
Risk Factors for Bacterial Meningitis
Similar symptoms, both often preceded by viral infections (ne…
Inflammation of meninges (membranes that protect brain & spin…
Viral illness (mumps, measles, herpes)
- URI (otitis media, tonisllitis) caused by N.meningitides, S…
Meningitis & Reyes Syndrome
Similar symptoms, both often preceded by viral infections (ne…
Meningitis
Inflammation of meninges (membranes that protect brain & spin…
77 terms
Pediatrics - Cardiovascular & Hematologic Disorders
Congenital Heart Disease
Risk Factors for CHD
Types of CHD
VSD
- Anatomic defects of heart that prevent normal blood flow to…
Maternal factors ... - Rubella in early pregnancy... - Alcohol &/or…
- Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD)... - Atrial Septal Defect (ASD…
- Hole in septum btwn RV & LV that results in increased pulmo…
Congenital Heart Disease
- Anatomic defects of heart that prevent normal blood flow to…
Risk Factors for CHD
Maternal factors ... - Rubella in early pregnancy... - Alcohol &/or…
37 terms
Pediatric Disorder
Federal legislation that mandates serv…
Fascia tightness, body size and propor…
Gravity, movement surface, encourageme…
Development of motor control is from
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Internal Forces
External Forces
-Head to Toe (Cephalocaudal)... -Proximal to Distal... -Gross Motor…
Federal legislation that mandates serv…
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Fascia tightness, body size and propor…
Internal Forces
60 terms
Pediatric *Musculoskeletal* Disorders Hendriksz
*Most common form of scoliosis
Hip pain refers to the...
*A 10 year old male basketball player…
*A 7 year old male presents to your of…
Idiopathic scoliosis
KNEE (children with hip problems will often complain of knee…
spondylolisthesis
Legg-Calve-Perthes (avascular necrosis of the femoral head)
*Most common form of scoliosis
Idiopathic scoliosis
Hip pain refers to the...
KNEE (children with hip problems will often complain of knee…
13 terms
Pediatric Musculoskeletal & Mobility disorders
Signs of Developmental dysplasia of th…
Interventions for developmental dyspla…
Congenital Clubfoot (talipes valgus, t…
Signs of scoliosis
Shorter leg on the affected side... Unequal thigh and gluteal fo…
0-6 months- Pavlik harness ... 6-18 months - Hip spica cast for…
Deformity of the ankle and foot... Manipulation and casting of t…
Asymetry of the hips and ribs when child bends forward... Latera…
Signs of Developmental dysplasia of th…
Shorter leg on the affected side... Unequal thigh and gluteal fo…
Interventions for developmental dyspla…
0-6 months- Pavlik harness ... 6-18 months - Hip spica cast for…
37 terms
Cognitive disorders pediatrics
macrocephaly
microcephaly
dolichocephaly
epicanthal folds
big head
small head
toaster box head, taller than wide
macrocephaly
big head
microcephaly
small head
30 terms
Pediatrics Musculoskeletal Disorders
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
DDx JIA
systemic JIA
JIA Tx
-MC rheumatic peds dz... --age >6 weeks <16 yo... -autoimmune... -HLA-…
-DDx monoarthritis:... Lyme Dz, hypermobility, Legg-Calve-Perthe…
-morning stiffness... -rash... -high spiking fever... -TESTS: WBC and…
-NSAIDS 1st line (ibuprofen, naproxen, tolmetin, choline magn…
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
-MC rheumatic peds dz... --age >6 weeks <16 yo... -autoimmune... -HLA-…
DDx JIA
-DDx monoarthritis:... Lyme Dz, hypermobility, Legg-Calve-Perthe…
66 terms
Pediatrics: Neurologic & Sensory Disorders
What part of the brain controls walkin…
What part of the brain do cranial nerv…
There is an increased cerebral flow an…
____ is the growth process of the myel…
the cerebellum
the brain stem
twice
myelinization
What part of the brain controls walkin…
the cerebellum
What part of the brain do cranial nerv…
the brain stem
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