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pth 246 peds review

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baby at full rounded while sitting A.4 mo B.5 mo C.1 mo D.2 mo 1
what reaction orients head in space, may use visual / or gravity cues and occurs in the midbrain? A. labyrinthine B. Moro C. Primitive D. righting righting
what are the 4 developmental time periods in everyone's life? infant, Childhood, adolescense, adulthood
age based on gross motor activities a child is able to do? A.chronological age B.adaptive age C.developmental age D.rounded age developmental age
a plan set by school officials with teachers, therapists and parent concerning specific goals and accomodations for a child A.IDEA B.CRS C.DDSN D.IEP IEP
a medicaid funded clinic where children w/ disabilities are seen, resources for equipment and medical needs available A.DDSN B.WIC C.CRS D.IDEA CRS
a law ensuring services to children w/ disabilities throughout the nation. Governs how states and pulic agencies provide early intervention? A.DDSN B.IDEA C.CRS D.IEP IDEA
a paralysis of a C5-C6 showing s/sx of arm paresis hand rotated inward and failed MORO reflex on involved side. Prognosis is generally good A.Fetal alcohol syndrome B.TMH C.Erb's D.Bell's Erb's
AVN of the femoral head seen in children 3-12, may have episodes of synovitis, may result in Trendelenburg gait, with interventions such as WB restrictions and aquatics. A.Osteogenisis imperfecta B.Rhett Syndrome C.LCPD D.Becker Muscular Distrophy LCPD
X-linked boys only, will show the Gower Maneuver, Dx:bone biopsy, death ~ 25 years A.Phynylkentonuria B.Becker's Muscular Dystrophy C.Fragile X Syndrome D.Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
A genetic cause of MR, with seizures, behavioral problems, may detect with a blood test, by be exacerbated by ingesting a chemical found in some gum and diet drinks Phenylkentonuria
progressive low tone and weakness, child may have a normal cognitive ability. Targets degeneration of the anterior horn of the spinal cord A.Cystic Fibrosis B.Becker's Muscular Dystrophy C.Arthrogryphosis Multiplex Congenita D.Spinal Muscular Atrophy Spinal Muscular Atrophy
This type of SMA is onset at 2-17 years, has proximal weakness and slow progression A.Werdnig-Hoffman B.Acute infantile SMA C.Kugelburg-Welander D.Fragile X syndrome Kugelburg-Welander SMA
This defect of Chromosome 7 leads to a pt with severe endurance problems. interventions may include inc UE str, chest PT. A.Chronic SMA B.Becker Muscular Dystorphy C.Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy D.Cystic Fibrosis Cystic Fibrosis
This describes the way a child w/ Duchenee Muscular Dystrophy might use to go from laying to standing A.Adaptive positioning B.Asymmetrical standing C.Gower's manuver D.transition Gower's manuver
This rare disease may be caused from intrauterine movement restrictions, hyperthermia in-utero. A.Prader-Willi syndrome B.Cri-du-chat C.Down syndrome D.Arthrogryphosis Multiplex Congenita Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita
This deletion of Chromosome 15, will show failure to thrive for the infant, moderate MR, and hypotonia A.Cystic Fibrosis B.Cri-du-chat syndrome C.osteogenisis imperfecta D.Prader-Willi Prader-Willi
Findings of this syndrome will have a high tolerance to pain, 40-80% scholiosis, and an unusual skill with jigsaw puzzles. A.Prader-Willi B.ARthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita C.Prader-Willi D.Myelomeningocele Prader-Willi
This boney defect leaves an opening without a protrusion of the dura A.Meningocele B.Myelomenginocele C.Spina Bifida Cystica D.Spina Bifida Occulta Spina Bifida Occulta
Normal gestation is A.36-37 weeks B.36-40 weeks C.37-42 weeks D.38-41 weeks 37-42 weeks
This X linked condition causes a Neurodegenerative disorder, is more prominent in girls may wring hands A.Down syndrome B.Cerebral Palsy C.Angelman's syndrome D.Rhett Syndrome Rhett Syndrome
This boney defect will show a protrusion of the dura without the spinal cord A.Spina Bifida Occulta B.Spina Bifida Cystica C.Myelomeningocele D.Menginocele Meningocele
This gene defect occurs when one parent is affected by the gene Ex:osteogenesis imperfecta A.Dominant inheritance B.recessive inheritance C.sex-linked inheritance D.trisomies dominant inheritance
This trisomy 21 will show a babies 1/2 with heart defects and visual defects, ear infections and 10% severe MR A.Cri-du-chat B.Angelman's syndrome C.Down-syndrome D.Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Down-syndrome
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