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Congenital disorderAcquired disorderStructural defectFood AversionView FeedbackQuestion 61 / 1 pointThe provider understands the most common type of enuresis in school-age children is:
Quaternary diurnal enuresisTertiary nocturnal encopresisSecondary diurnal encopresisPrimary nocturnal enuresisView FeedbackQuestion 71 / 1 pointA 2-year-old client presents to the clinic with fever, dyspnea, diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss. The parents report an increase in abdominalsize. On exam, a firm, smooth abdominal mass and a left varicocele are palpated. What is the most likely diagnosis?NeuroblastomaHydronephrosisMulticystic kidney
Wilms TumorView FeedbackQuestion 80 / 1 pointA benign, painless scrotal mass or cyst on the head of the epididymis or testicular adnexa containing sperm best describes what condition?Hydrocele.VaricoceleSpermatoceleOmphaloceleQuestion 90 / 1 pointA 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?
HydroceleVaricoceleSpermatoceleOmphaloceleQuestion 101 / 1 pointThe 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?HypospadiasPhimosisParaphimosisEpispadias