107.The oncology service consults you for a febrile 12 y/o with hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, hyperbili-rubinemia, elevated alkaline phosphatase and leucocytosis Ultrasound reveals “bull’s eye” lesions in the hepatic parenchyma most likely caused by A. Systemic candidiasis B. CoccidiomycosisC. HistoplasmosisD. Coxiella infection108.With regards to hepatic granuloma, which statement is false?109.All of the following are associated with NAFLD EXCEPT:
644The NASPGHAN Fellows Concise Review of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition110.The most common area of presentation of PTLD in pediatric liver transplant recipients include;111.Which of the following statements are true regarding the outcome of liver transplantation in children A. Expected one year patient survival is approximately 99%B. Chronic rejection results in graft loss in approximately 5% of childrenC. Primary non-function has been virtually eliminated as a clinical problemD. All of the above112.Nephrotoxicity secondary to calcineurin inhibitors causes the following113.In the setting of acute liver failure it is appropriate to proceed with transplantation:114.Accepted contraindications to liver transplantation in children include all except the following:115.As compared to patients receiving tacrolimus, patients receiving cyclosporine are less likely to:A. Develop DMB. Develop hypertensionC. DyslipidemiaD. Seizures
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