RSV bronchiolitis Question 35 1 out of 1 points Individuals with chronic

Rsv bronchiolitis question 35 1 out of 1 points

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RSV bronchiolitis Question 35
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1 out of 1 points Individuals with chronic adrenal insufficiency often have Selected Answer: c. A craving for salt Question 36 0 out of 1 points A 3-year-old presents to your office with a history of wheezing over the last 3 months and has only been moderately responsive to therapy. Which of the following diagnostic tests would be appropriate? Selected Answer: d. All of these are appropriate Question 37 0 out of 1 points The most significant major contributor or contributors to asthma morbidity and mortality is/are Selected Answer: b. An increase in indoor allergies Question 38 1 out of 1 points A 3-week-old male infant with 2 days of projectile, nonbilious vomiting and constant feeding. Which of the following is the most likely etiology? Selected Answer: a. Pyloric stenosis Question 39
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0 out of 1 points Dave, age 17, has gynecomastia. You should also assess him for Selected Answer: c. Endocrine abnormalities Question 40 0 out of 1 points Grace, age 15, has been diagnosed with acne. Which of the following is not true with this condition? Selected Answer: a. Severe acne having a later onset in puberty is more common among males. Question 41 0 out of 1 points Johnny, age 5, is receiving radiation therapy for his acute lymphocytic leukemia. He is at increased risk of developing which type of cancer as a secondary malignancy when he becomes an adult? Selected Answer: c. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia Question 42 0 out of 1 points A 6-year-old boy is left alone for 10 hours, now with hematemesis and pneumomediastinum on chest x-ray. Which of the following is the most likely etiology? Selected Answer: a. Insecticide ingestion Question 43 0 out of 1 points
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A 2-year-old boy is brought in with fever and poor feeding. He started getting sick yesterday and has worsened significantly today. He has had no recent illnesses or injuries, and no known ill contacts. On examination, his temperature is 101°F, he is tachycardic, and he appears ill. He is laying on his back with his left leg flexed and abducted at the hip. The HEENT examination is normal, heart is tachycardic but regular, and the lungs are clear. The abdomen is nontender and has normal bowel sounds. He screams in pain when you move his left leg from its resting position. Blood work reveals an elevated WBC count of 15,000 mm3 and an ERS or 45 mm/h. An x-ray of his left hip shows a widened joint space but no fractures. What is your next step at this point? Selected Answer: b. MRI of the hip and referral to an orthopedist Question 44 1 out of 1 points When Jason, age 12, slid into homeplate while playing baseball, he injured his ankle. You are trying to differentiate between a strain and a sprain. You know that a sprain Selected Answer: a. Is an injury to the ligaments that attach to the bones in a joint.
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