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Pediatric Board Review Multiple Choice Questions & Answers Vol. 4

Sample Chapter 1
Here are some of the multiple choice question which you will find in this book

Q1. A routine physical examination in a 2-year-old boy reveals rooting reflex. The most likely diagnosis is:
  1. Normal
  2. Cleft lip
  3. Cleft palate
  4. Visual defects
  5. CNS abnormalities
Q2. A child begins to develop sense of individuality. She is aware of strangers. She is frightened by separation from her parents. The most likely age of this girl is:
  1. 6 months
  2. 8 months
  3. 10 months
  4. 12 months
  5. 15 months
Q3. A 12- month-old girl is toilet trained. The long-term outcome of this girl is:
  1. Questionable
  2. Good
  3. Very good
  4. Average
  5. Excellent
Q4. A 3-year-old boy can read. The long-term outcome of this boy is:
  1. Average
  2. Good
  3. Very Good
  4. Excellent
  5. Questionable
Q5. The first visible sign of puberty in girls is:
  1. Onset of menstruation
  2. Axillary hairs
  3. Pubic hairs
  4. Appearance of breast buds
  5. Enlargement of clitoris
Q6. In boys, testicular enlargement begins as early as:
  1. 8 years of age
  2. 8 years 6 months of age
  3. 9 years of age
  4. 9 years 6 months of age
  5. 10 years of age
Q7. The development of underarm odor and faint genital hair is most likely due to the following hormone:
  1. FSH
  2. LH
  3. GnRH
  4. Testosterone
  5. Dehydroepiandosterone sulfate (DHEAS)
Q8. A 12-month-old boy appears with failure to gain weight for the last 3 months. The boy has a history of repeated regurgitation of food after eating. Mother denies nausea, abdominal pain, dysuria, diarrhea, and bloody stools. The boy was completely asymptomatic prior to this episode. He was born by NSVD with Apgar scores of 9 and 9 at 1 and 5 minutes respectively. He was discharged home at 2 days of age. The mother is living alone with the child for the last 3 months. The most likely diagnosis is:
  1. Malrotation
  2. Volvulus
  3. Food allergy
  4. Rumination disorder
  5. Intussuception
Q9. A child is diagnosed to have restrictive pericardial effusion. The important clinical signs are the following:
  1. Tachycardia, hypotension, and decreased oxygen saturation
  2. Bradycardia, hypotension, and decreased perfusion
  3. Tachycardia, hypertension, and swelling of face
  4. Arrythmia, normal BP, and venous engorgement of neck
  5. Fever, tachycardia, and hypertension
Q10. The most common unintentional cause of death in children with epilepsy is:
  1. Drowning
  2. Motor vehicle accidents
  3. Medication overdose
  4. Head injury
  5. Pedestrian injury

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