Week 9 Quiz failed .docx - 0 1 point A client presents to clinic for the first time The provider discovers that the client was diagnosed with

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0 / 1 point A client presents to clinic for the first time. The provider discovers that the client was diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome. What symptoms does the provider expect to find during this encounter? Hyperphasia, obesity, and strabismusLethargy, stridor, and irritabilityLow-set ears, short stature, and webbed neckFlat nasal bridge, epicanthal folds, and heart murmur Question 20 / 1 pointA client with Prader-Willi syndrome, well-known to the clinic, presents today for an annual physical. This client isat higher risk and should be screened for what medical condition? Question 3 0 / 1
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pointA new client presents to the clinic to establish care. On exam, the provider notes the following: a long narrow face, high-arched palate and dental crowding, prominent ears, strabismus, macroorchidism, short stature, cognitive impairments and stereopathies. What would be the most likely diagnosis?
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