PEDIATRICS

Metabolic, and Genetic Disorders

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421. Friends are considering adopting a “special needs” child from another country. The family has few details, but the video provided by the Bombay, India adoption agency of the 4-year-old…

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Neuromuscular System

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(Courtesy of Susan John, MD.) a. Multiple sclerosis b. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) c. Malignant astrocytoma d. Bacterial meningitis e. Neurocysticercosis 309. The examination of a child’s back is shown…

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Diseases and Immunology

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a. Mumps b. Varicella c. Rubella d. Measles e. Diphtheria 345. A 2-month-old child of an HIV-positive mother is followed in your pediatric practice. Which of the following therapies should…

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Anorectal Malformations

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Fig. 54.1 Clinical photograph of two patients with high anorectal malformations. Note the flat perineum and absence of fistula Perineal signs found in patients with low malformations include (Figs. 54.2 and…

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Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

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Fig. 46.1 Diagrammatic representation of the diaphragm showing the different types and sites of hernias Bochdalek hernia: The most common type of congenital diaphragmatic hernia is a posterolateral (Bochdalek hernia)…

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Hypospadias

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Fig. 68.1 a and b Clinical photographs showing a child with hypospadias. Note the dorsal hood of foreskin and a clinical photograph showing hypospadias. Note the ectopic urethral opening and…

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Teratoma

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Fig. 63.1 a Abdominal CT scan in a newborn with a large gastric immature teratoma. Note the presence of calcifications. b Intraoperative photograph showing a large gastric teratoma. c a…

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Congenital Intestinal Stenosis and Atresia

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Fig. 23.1 Operative (a) and diagrammatic (b) representation of type I intestinal atresia. There is continuity of bowel, no defect in the mesentery and an intraluminal diaphragm In type I…

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