Congenital disorder Acquired disorder Structural defect Food Aversion View

Congenital disorder acquired disorder structural

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Congenital disorder Acquired disorder Structural defect Food Aversion View Feedback Question 6 1 / 1 point The provider understands the most common type of enuresis in school-age children is:
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Quaternary diurnal enuresis Tertiary nocturnal encopresis Secondary diurnal encopresis Primary nocturnal enuresis View Feedback Question 7 1 / 1 point A 2-year-old client presents to the clinic with fever, dyspnea, diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss. The parents report an increase in abdominal size. On exam, a firm, smooth abdominal mass and a left varicocele are palpated. What is the most likely diagnosis? Neuroblastoma Hydronephrosis Multicystic kidney
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Wilms Tumor View Feedback Question 8 0 / 1 point A benign, painless scrotal mass or cyst on the head of the epididymis or testicular adnexa containing sperm best describes what condition? Hydrocele. Varicocele Spermatocele Omphalocele Question 9 0 / 1 point A benign enlargement or dilation of testicular veins causing a painless scrotal mass of varying size that feels like a “bag of worms” best describes what condition?
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Hydrocele Varicocele Spermatocele Omphalocele Question 10 1 / 1 point The child that sits to void and urinates on the floor in front of the toilet unless he holds his penis to direct the stream most likely has what condition? Hypospadias Phimosis Paraphimosis Epispadias
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