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A 9-year-old is diagnosed with dyspepsia without hematemesis, melena, or occult blood. Themost appropriate next step is:a.Refer for endoscopy of the upper gastrointestinal tractb.Trial of omeprazole (Prilosec)c.Trial of ranitidine (Zantac)d.Upper GI series with contrastThe most common presentation of Hirschprung disease is which of the following?a.An abdominal massb.Diarrheac.Infrequent bowelmovementsd.Sepsis1.A healthy, thriving 4-month-old male has had sudden episodes of drawing his knees tohis chest and crying like he is in acute pain for the last 5 hours. These episodes areseparated by quiet times when he appears normal and comfortable. He is not vomitingand has not had a bowel movement today. What is the most likely diagnosis?2.3.a.4.Gastroenteritis5.6.b.7.Pyloricstenosis8.9.c.10.Intussusception11. 12.d.13.Hirschprungdisease1.An adolescent female presents with a 2-day history of increasing lower abdominal pain.