Which of the following can the child be a patient of?
A 4-year-old male child is brought by his parents to the pediatrician because of vomiting, headaches, and tenderness In the bones of his ARMS and legs. On palpation, the physician notes that many lymph nodes are enlarged, as is the liver. The pediatrician should order a complete blood count in order to determine whether or not the child may have.
A. Chronic leukemia B. Infectious mononucleosis C. Von Willebrand disease D. Acute leukemia E. Pernicious anemia
Acute leukemia-acute leukemia is a disease of children with symptoms that include headaches; vomiting; swollen lymph nodes, liver, and spleen; and the sensation of tenderness in bones. chronic leukemia is a disease that usually affects adults. von willebrand disease is a coagulation disorder and does not have the same symptoms as acute leukemia. infectious mononucleosis affects mostly young adults of high school and college age. pernicious anemia is caused by vitamin b deficiency, and its symptoms do not resemble those of acute leukemia.