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Of the following, which is not a circumstance that influences the probability of teratogenic effects? A. Nutrition B. Sleep C. Chemical abuse D. Period of pregnancy E. Condition of fetus 2. A "teratogen" is: A. An 8-sided geometric shape commonly used in infant play B. Any substance capable of causing abnormal fetal development C. Any substance capable of causing abnormal childhood development D. A type of antigen E. All of the choices are correct. 4. Woman who do not get adequate folic acid in their diet prior to and during pregnancy, increase the chances of __________in their newborn. A. Fetal heart problems B. Spina Bifida C. Limb deformities D. Gestational diabetes E. Low birth weight 7. A potential birth problem associated with poorly controlled diabetes is: A. Nasal congestion B. Cretinism C. Convulsions D. Cleft palate E. Neural tube defects 9. Consumption of large quantities of alcohol is likely to result in: A. Central nervous system damage B. Hyperactivity C. Jitters D. Perceptual problems E. Heart defects 10. The leading cause of birth defects in the United States is: A. Maternal malnutrition B. Alcohol related C. Gestational diabetes D. Low-birth weight E. HIV at birth
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11. Down syndrome is caused by having: A. One #21 chromosomes B. Three #18 chromosomes C. Three #21 chromosomes D. One #18 chromosome E. Three #19 chromosomes 13. ___________ can be contracted during pregnancy, childbirth or through breast feeding, and results in fever, weight loss, lethargy, diarrhea, pneumonia and death. A. HIV/AIDS B. Syphilis C. Gonorrhea D. Chlamydia E. Genital herpes 16. The risk of congenital malformations is greatest during which period or process? A. Zygotic period B. Embryonic period C. Early fetal period D. Late fetal period E. The birth process 18. By the end of the sixth fetal month, which of the following is complete? A. Structure B. Circulatory system C. Vascular system D. Respiratory system E. Function 20. Infant birth weight is most closely associated with: A. Socioeconomic status B. Education level C. Environment conditions D. Maternal emotional state E. Prenatal stress level 22. When babies are born their head accounts for ¼ of their body, and the ratio of trunk-lower limb length are in a ratio of 3-4. After birth the head growth slows, trunk growth proceeds at a moderate rate, limb growth is faster and growth of the hands and feet are the most rapid. This is an example of what type of development? A. Proximodistal development B. Cephalocaudal development C. Proportionality development D. All of the choices are correct.
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E. Proximodistal development AND Cephalocaudal development 24. The period of time between disappearance of a reflex and appearance of a corresponding voluntary behavior is known as the: A. Period of exhibition B. Period of irregularity C. Period of mortification D. Period of inhibition E. Period of prohibition 25. Reflexes are sub-cortical, which means they are controlled in what area of the brain? A. Cerebellum
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course KIN 321M taught by Professor Jensen during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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