Pediatric Quiz (june 2010)

10 Questions  I  By Drbhavesh
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1.  The causative agents of bronchiolitis include all of the following except
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2.  The following is not the clinical feature of Hurler’s Syndrome
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3.  The most common complication of Dermatomyositis is
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4.  An 18 months old boy was brought with h/o irritability since 2 weeks and swelling of left eye. He was not taking feeds adequately for last 1 week . Mother had noticed swelling in left eye for last 3 days which is more in morning. There is no h/o insect bite or trauma. There are many pet animals in house.        One of the following is most probable diagnosis:
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5.   All of the following statements are true regarding flat feet except
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6.  The pediatrician is NOT concerned if the flatfoot is
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7.  All of the following statements are true regarding Bowlegs & Knock Knees except
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8.  Central cyanosis with systolic murmer is seen in
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9.  Earliest change in a 1 year old child with raised ICT is
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10.   A 4 year old boy falls from the back of a 3 wheeler, hitting his head. He has no loss of consciousness, is alert and well oriented. On examination, he has blood behind his left tympanic membrane. CT Scan of skull is likely to show
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Very nice questions I really need to work hard now Thankyou I would like to give more such quizzes prepared by you...
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