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24. Which symptoms meet the diagnostic criteria for Kawasaki disease in a child? (Select all that apply.) a. Fever for 5 days or longer b. ÒStrawberry tongueÓ c. Peripheral edema d. Inguinal lymphadenopathy e. Bilateral conjunctival infection ANS: A, B, C, E The child must exhibit five of the following six criteria: (1) fever for 5 days or longer, (2) bi- lateral conjunctival infection without exudation, (3) changes in oral mucus such as strawberry tongue, (4) a polymorphous rash, (5) cervical lymphadenopathy, and (6) changes in the ex- tremities such as peripheral edema.
PTS: 1 REF: Page 1218 | Box 33-3 25. Which statements related to the ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) system with children are true ? (Select all that apply.) . .
PTS: 1 REF: Page 1221 | What's New box MATCHING Match the phrases with the corresponding terms. ______ A. Causes atrial separation ______ B. Gap between the septum primum and the septum secundum ______ C. Conal portion of the ventricular septum ______ D. Abnormal communication between the atria ______ E. Allows right-to-left shunting 26. Atrial septal defect 27. Foramen ovale 28. Septum secundum 29. Ostium primum 30. Bulbus cordis 26. ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: Page 1196 MSC: An atrial septal defect is an abnormal communication between the atria.
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MSC: The nonfused septum secundum and ostium secundum result in the formation of a flapped ori- fice known as the foramen ovale, which allows the right-to-left shunting necessary for fetal circulation. 28. ANS: A PTS: 1 REF: Pages 1195-1196 MSC: The septum secundum is also a fenestrated, membranelike structure located anteriorly that grows toward the endocardial cushions. During fetal development, this structure does not completely fuse with the endocardial cushions, which results in atrial separation. 29. ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: Page 1195 MSC: The septum primum forms along the posterior wall of the common atrium and grows downward toward the septum secundum. The gap between the two structures, known as the ostium primum, nor- mally closes by extensions from the endocardial cushions. 30. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: Page 1196 MSC: The conal portion of the ventricular septum that separates the aorta from the pulmonary artery forms from the bulbus cordis.

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