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272 terms
USMLE Step 2: Pediatrics
In what two circumstances should child…
What are the three main risk factors f…
What are some of the medical symptoms…
What are the biggest two findings on *…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
Apnea... Seizures... Feeding intolerance... Excessive irritability... Som…
Poor hygiene... Behavioural abnormalities
In what two circumstances should child…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
What are the three main risk factors f…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
1,025 terms
USMLE Step 2 Pediatrics
Q001. vaccinations given at birth
Q002. vaccinations given at 1 month
Q003. vaccinations given at 2 months
Q004. what is in pediarix
A001. hepatitis B
A002. hep B, only if not given at birth
A003. Pediarix (HBV, DTaP, IPV); Prevnar (pneumococc); Rotavi…
A004. HBV; DTaP; IPV
Q001. vaccinations given at birth
A001. hepatitis B
Q002. vaccinations given at 1 month
A002. hep B, only if not given at birth
USMLE step3: pediatrics
neonatal conjugated hyperbilirubinemia
neonatal unconjugated hyperbilirubine
infant with serum billlirubin >25
febrile seizure
biliary atresia; tx surgery
decreased UGT enzyme
risk of neurological dysfunction
age<6, no past h/o afebrile seizure, temp>38, no cns infectio…
neonatal conjugated hyperbilirubinemia
biliary atresia; tx surgery
neonatal unconjugated hyperbilirubine
decreased UGT enzyme
74 terms
USMLE STEP 3: pediatrics
CHARGE syndrome
aniridia is asso with what condition?
umbilical hernia is asso with what con…
inguinal bulge or reducible scrotal sw…
coloboma, heart defects, atresia of the nasal choanae, growth…
wilm's tumor, must screen with abd ultrasound every months un…
congenital hypothyroidism
indirect inguinal hernia
CHARGE syndrome
coloboma, heart defects, atresia of the nasal choanae, growth…
aniridia is asso with what condition?
wilm's tumor, must screen with abd ultrasound every months un…
272 terms
USMLE Step 2: Pediatrics
In what two circumstances should child…
What are the three main risk factors f…
What are some of the medical symptoms…
What are the biggest two findings on *…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
Apnea... Seizures... Feeding intolerance... Excessive irritability... Som…
Poor hygiene... Behavioural abnormalities
In what two circumstances should child…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
What are the three main risk factors f…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
USMLE Step 2: Pediatrics
In what two circumstances should child…
What are the three main risk factors f…
What are some of the medical symptoms…
What are the biggest two findings on *…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
Apnea... Seizures... Feeding intolerance... Excessive irritability... Som…
Poor hygiene... Behavioural abnormalities
In what two circumstances should child…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
What are the three main risk factors f…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
178 terms
USMLE Step 2CK Pediatrics
70% whey, 30% casein
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Coagulase-negative staphylococcus
Deregulation of imprinted gene express…
Protein composition of human milk
Fetal macrosomia, rapid growth until late childhood, omphaloc…
Pathogen that causes neonatal bacterial sepsis in infants wit…
Pathogenesis of Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
70% whey, 30% casein
Protein composition of human milk
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Fetal macrosomia, rapid growth until late childhood, omphaloc…
211 terms
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
211 terms
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
290 terms
USMLE Step 3 Pediatrics
at delivery of newborn
before discharge of newborn
apgar
mongolian spots
give 0.5% erythromcyin opthalmic ointment... 1mg of vitamin K I…
hep B vaccine if mother if HBsAg negative... hepatitis IVIG wit…
1 minutes- idea of what labor like... 5 minutes- response to th…
blue/gray macules, fade in first few years, rule out child ab…
at delivery of newborn
give 0.5% erythromcyin opthalmic ointment... 1mg of vitamin K I…
before discharge of newborn
hep B vaccine if mother if HBsAg negative... hepatitis IVIG wit…
74 terms
USMLE STEP 3: pediatrics
CHARGE syndrome
aniridia is asso with what condition?
umbilical hernia is asso with what con…
inguinal bulge or reducible scrotal sw…
coloboma, heart defects, atresia of the nasal choanae, growth…
wilm's tumor, must screen with abd ultrasound every months un…
congenital hypothyroidism
indirect inguinal hernia
CHARGE syndrome
coloboma, heart defects, atresia of the nasal choanae, growth…
aniridia is asso with what condition?
wilm's tumor, must screen with abd ultrasound every months un…
114 terms
USMLE Step 3 - Pediatrics
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
C/c omphalocele with gastroschisis.
What is the management of an undecende…
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
Wilms tumor.
Omphalocele = GI tract protrusion WITH sac (screen for trisom…
Associated with malignancy if > 1 year of age. No treatment u…
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
Wilms tumor.
117 terms
USMLE Step 3 - Pediatrics
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
C/c omphalocele with gastroschisis.
What is the management of an undecende…
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
Wilms tumor.
Omphalocele = GI tract protrusion WITH sac (screen for trisom…
Associated with malignancy if > 1 year of age. No treatment u…
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
Wilms tumor.
104 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK - Pediatrics
3 y/o presents with palpable anterior…
Treatment for unilateral lymphadenitis
Patient with fever, tonsillar exudates…
In a child with croup, what measure sh…
Unilateral lymphadenitis. S. aureus.
Clindamycin
EBV
Racemic epinephrine
3 y/o presents with palpable anterior…
Unilateral lymphadenitis. S. aureus.
Treatment for unilateral lymphadenitis
Clindamycin
70 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK Pediatrics
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
USMLE PEDIATRICS UWORLD
USMLE Crush Pediatrics
11.5, testicle enlarge, (testicular en…
breast development, (10.5yo, breast de…
m no testicle enlarge at 14, f no brea…
constitutional
Tanner stages. First development in males?
Tanner stages. First development in females?
Delayed puberty
MCC delayed puberty
11.5, testicle enlarge, (testicular en…
Tanner stages. First development in males?
breast development, (10.5yo, breast de…
Tanner stages. First development in females?
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
R>>>rare illness seen in children < who are treated with sali…
R>>>earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickl…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
211 terms
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
211 terms
USMLE World Pediatrics
What is metatarsus adductus?
How does phenylketonuria present?
What is Reye syndrome?
What is dactylitis?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
rare illness seen in children < who are treated with salicyla…
earliest manifestation of vaso-occlusive disease in sickle ce…
What is metatarsus adductus?
congenital foot deformity that tend to spontaneously resolve…
How does phenylketonuria present?
AR disorder... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (phenylal…
36 terms
Pediatrics, USMLE World
Gross motor milestones at 2 months?
Gross motor milestones at 4 months?
Gross motor milestones at 6 months?
Gross motor milestones at 9 months?
-lifts head/chest in prone position
-sits with trunk support ... -begins rolling
-sits momentarily propped on hands
-pulls to stand ... -cruises
Gross motor milestones at 2 months?
-lifts head/chest in prone position
Gross motor milestones at 4 months?
-sits with trunk support ... -begins rolling
114 terms
USMLE Step 3 - Pediatrics
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
C/c omphalocele with gastroschisis.
What is the management of an undecende…
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
Wilms tumor.
Omphalocele = GI tract protrusion WITH sac (screen for trisom…
Associated with malignancy if > 1 year of age. No treatment u…
What does CHARGE syndrome stand for?
Coloboma, Heart defects, Atresia of the nasal choanae, Retard…
BONUS: what is aniridia a/w?
Wilms tumor.
428 terms
Step 2 CK USMLE Prep - Pediatrics
What complications happen to infants t…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
What does increased AFP levels mean in…
How are umbilical hernias different fr…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
Either neural tube defects or bowel issues (ie. gastroschisis…
1. Generally are covered by skin, not peritoneum... 2. Can resol…
What complications happen to infants t…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
428 terms
Step 2 CK USMLE Prep - Pediatrics
What complications happen to infants t…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
What does increased AFP levels mean in…
How are umbilical hernias different fr…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
Either neural tube defects or bowel issues (ie. gastroschisis…
1. Generally are covered by skin, not peritoneum... 2. Can resol…
What complications happen to infants t…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
428 terms
Step 2 CK USMLE Prep - Pediatrics
What complications happen to infants t…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
What does increased AFP levels mean in…
How are umbilical hernias different fr…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
Either neural tube defects or bowel issues (ie. gastroschisis…
1. Generally are covered by skin, not peritoneum... 2. Can resol…
What complications happen to infants t…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
72 terms
BC USMLE Step 2 Pediatrics (Kaplan)
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
75 terms
USMLE STEP 2 CK: Pediatrics
how much does an infant gain weight pe…
difference between alpha thalassemia a…
why does a pertussis infection have ly…
Fanconi anemia
20-30 grams per day
HbA2 is elevated in beta thalassemia.
the pertussis toxin stimulates the lymphocytes to proliferate.
defect in DNA repair resulting in bone marrow failure - loss…
how much does an infant gain weight pe…
20-30 grams per day
difference between alpha thalassemia a…
HbA2 is elevated in beta thalassemia.
58 terms
Pediatrics - USMLE Step 2 Secrets
1-2 mo
2-4 mo
3-4 mo
5 mo
Social smile... Age: __________
Cooing... Age: __________
While prone, lifts head up 90 degrees... Age: __________
Voluntary grasp (no release)... Age: __________
1-2 mo
Social smile... Age: __________
2-4 mo
Cooing... Age: __________
70 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK Pediatrics
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
694 terms
Master the Boards USMLE Step 2CK - Pediatrics
Routine management of newborn
First thing done for a newborn
What is done after suctioning the mout…
What is done after clamping and cuttin…
- Physical examination... - APGAR scoring... - Eye care... - Disease s…
Suction mouth and nose
Clamp and cut umbilical cord
Dry, wrap, and place newborn under warmer
Routine management of newborn
- Physical examination... - APGAR scoring... - Eye care... - Disease s…
First thing done for a newborn
Suction mouth and nose
USMLE Step 2 CK Pediatrics
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
17 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - NEUROLOGY
CEREBRAL PALSY
- Risk Factors
- Categories
- History
- A RANGE of Non-Hereditary, Non-Progressive disorders of Mov…
- Low Birth Weight... - Intra-Uterine Exposure to Maternal infec…
Pyramidal (spastic) - Most Common:... - Spastic Paresis of any o…
May be associated with:... - Seizure Disorders... - Behavioral diso…
CEREBRAL PALSY
- A RANGE of Non-Hereditary, Non-Progressive disorders of Mov…
- Risk Factors
- Low Birth Weight... - Intra-Uterine Exposure to Maternal infec…
38 terms
BC USMLE Step 2 Pediatrics (Kaplan)
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
What Dx of Newborn:... Cretinism
What is Dx?... cyanosis of lips and extre…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Congenital hypothyroidism... Tx: replace hormone
Tetralogy of Fallot
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
7 terms
USMLE - MSK --> Pediatric orthopedic injuries
Clavicular fracture ... mechanics... Tx
Greenstick fracture... mechanics... Tx
Nursemaid's elbow... mechanics... Tx
Torus Fracture... mechanics... Tx
mechanics... - most common fracture long bone in children... - may…
mechanics... - incomplete fracture involving cortex of one 1 sid…
mechanics... - radial head subluxation... - typically occurs as a r…
mechanics... - buckling of compression side of cortex of long bo…
Clavicular fracture ... mechanics... Tx
mechanics... - most common fracture long bone in children... - may…
Greenstick fracture... mechanics... Tx
mechanics... - incomplete fracture involving cortex of one 1 sid…
USMLE Step 2 CK Rapid Review: Pediatrics
Nontender abdominal mass associate wit…
The most common type of tracheoesophog…
Not contraindications to vaccination.
Tests to rule out shaken baby syndrome.
Neuroblastoma
Esophageal atresia with disal TEF (85%). Unable to pass NG tu…
Mild illness and/or low grade fever, current antibiotic thera…
Ophtalmologic exam, CT and MRI.
Nontender abdominal mass associate wit…
Neuroblastoma
The most common type of tracheoesophog…
Esophageal atresia with disal TEF (85%). Unable to pass NG tu…
Pediatrics-USMLE World Step 2
Cystic fibrosis flareup tx
Intussuception
Meckel's diverticulum
Double bubble sign
IV Ceftazidime and gentamicin to cover P. aeroginosa
Most common cause of intestinal obstruction in first 2 yrs of…
Presents at 2 yo w/ painless rectal bleeding
Duodenal atresia
Cystic fibrosis flareup tx
IV Ceftazidime and gentamicin to cover P. aeroginosa
Intussuception
Most common cause of intestinal obstruction in first 2 yrs of…
51 terms
Pediatrics-USMLE World Step 2
Cystic fibrosis flareup tx
Intussuception
Meckel's diverticulum
Double bubble sign
IV Ceftazidime and gentamicin to cover P. aeroginosa
Most common cause of intestinal obstruction in first 2 yrs of…
Presents at 2 yo w/ painless rectal bleeding
Duodenal atresia
Cystic fibrosis flareup tx
IV Ceftazidime and gentamicin to cover P. aeroginosa
Intussuception
Most common cause of intestinal obstruction in first 2 yrs of…
9 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - Genetic Diseases
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
PATAU'S SYNDROME... - Trisomy 13
KLINEFELTER'S SYNDROME (male)... 47 XXY
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Cause of mental retardat…
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
- Presents with Severe Mental Retardation... - Microphthalamia…
- Presence of INACTIVATED X Chromosome (Barr Body)... - One of t…
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Cause of mental retardat…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
11 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - Developmental Milestones
2 MONTHS
4-5 MONTHS
6 MONTHS
9-10 MONTHS
- Lifts head / chest when prone... - Tacks past midline... - Alerts…
- Rolls front-to-back... - Grasps rattle... - Orients to Voice... - Be…
- Sits unassisted... - Transfers objects... - Raking grasp... - Babble…
- Crawls... - Pulls up to stand... - Uses three finger grasp... - Says…
2 MONTHS
- Lifts head / chest when prone... - Tacks past midline... - Alerts…
4-5 MONTHS
- Rolls front-to-back... - Grasps rattle... - Orients to Voice... - Be…
12 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - Neonatal Jaundice
NEONATAL JAUNDICE
- Subtypes
- DDx to Conjugated
Elevated Serum bilirubin concentration > 5 mg/dL... Due to: ... - I…
- Conjugated (direct) Hyperbilirubinemia - Always Pathologic…
Extrahepatic CholeStasis:... - Bilary atresia... - Choledochal Cyst…
NEONATAL JAUNDICE
Elevated Serum bilirubin concentration > 5 mg/dL... Due to: ... - I…
- Subtypes
- Conjugated (direct) Hyperbilirubinemia - Always Pathologic…
9 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - Genetic Diseases
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
PATAU'S SYNDROME... - Trisomy 13
KLINEFELTER'S SYNDROME (male)... 47 XXY
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Cause of mental retardat…
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
- Presents with Severe Mental Retardation... - Microphthalamia…
- Presence of INACTIVATED X Chromosome (Barr Body)... - One of t…
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Cause of mental retardat…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
15 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - Genetic Diseases
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
PATAU'S SYNDROME... - Trisomy 13
KLINEFELTER'S SYNDROME (male)... 47 XXY
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Associated with advanced…
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
- Presents with Severe Mental Retardation... - Microphthalamia…
- Presence of INACTIVATED X Chromosome (Barr Body)... - One of t…
DOWN SYNDROME... - Trisomy 21 (Most Comm…
- Most common CHROMOSOMAL disorder... - Associated with advanced…
EDWARDS SYNDROME... - Trisomy 18
- Presents with SEVERE mental retardation... - Rocker-bottom fee…
183 terms
USMLE study step 3-pediatric
WAGR syndrome
VACTERL abnormalities
Common variable immunodeficiency
Henoch-Schonlein Purpura
wilms's tumor, aniridia, GU anomalies, mental retardation... PAX…
Vertebral defects... anal atresia... cardiacabnormalities... tracheoes…
antibody deficiencies in CVID may be as profound as in XLA bu…
1) petechial rash-buttocks, 2) arthritis, and 3) abdominal or…
WAGR syndrome
wilms's tumor, aniridia, GU anomalies, mental retardation... PAX…
VACTERL abnormalities
Vertebral defects... anal atresia... cardiacabnormalities... tracheoes…
32 terms
PEDIATRICS from USMLE Step 2 - IMMUNOLOGY (Pediatric Congenital Immunodeficiencies)
THYMIC APLASIA (DiGeorge syndrome)... - D…
- Infection Risks
- Diagnosis
- Treatment
CATCH-22... C Cardiac abnormalities... A Abnormal facies... T Thymic…
- Variable risk of infections... - Greatly increased risk of inf…
- Absolute lymphocyte count... - Mytogen stimulation response... -…
- Bone marrow transplantation... - IVIG - IntraVenous ImmunoGlob…
THYMIC APLASIA (DiGeorge syndrome)... - D…
CATCH-22... C Cardiac abnormalities... A Abnormal facies... T Thymic…
- Infection Risks
- Variable risk of infections... - Greatly increased risk of inf…
428 terms
Step 2 CK USMLE Prep - Pediatrics
What complications happen to infants t…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
What does increased AFP levels mean in…
How are umbilical hernias different fr…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
Either neural tube defects or bowel issues (ie. gastroschisis…
1. Generally are covered by skin, not peritoneum... 2. Can resol…
What complications happen to infants t…
SGA definition: birth weight under 10th percentile for gestat…
Infant with bowel protrusion NOT cover…
Gastroschisis. Omphalocele is a defect covered by peritoneum.
32 terms
Rapid Review USMLE Step 2 CK - Pediatrics
Nontender abdominal mass associated wi…
Most common type of tracheoesophagal f…
Not contraindications to vaccination
Tests to rule out abusive trauma
Neuroblastoma
Esophageal atresia with distal TEF (85%)... Unable to pass NG tube
Mild illness and/or low-grade fever... Current antibiotic therap…
Ophthalmologic exam... CT... MRI
Nontender abdominal mass associated wi…
Neuroblastoma
Most common type of tracheoesophagal f…
Esophageal atresia with distal TEF (85%)... Unable to pass NG tube
72 terms
BC USMLE Step 2 Pediatrics (Kaplan)
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
72 terms
BC USMLE Step 2 Pediatrics (Kaplan)
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
What Dx of Newborn:... X-linked, hemolyti…
What Dx of Newborn:... AR, mental retarda…
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
G-6-PD... Tx: reduce oxidative stress and special diet
PKU... Tx: special diet low in phenylalanine for first 16 years
Normal Vital Signs Newborn... RR... HR... SBP... DBP
RR-40-60... HR-120-160... SBP-65... DBP-50
Conjunctivitis Cause:... Day 1-... Day2-7-... >…
Day 1- chemical irritation... Day 2-7- Neisseria gonorrhea... >7 Da…
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