TIS

Pediatrics Final Exam

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Select True or False.

1. Mitosis is defined as cellular division prior to fertilization.
True
False

2. Genetic disorders may be caused by gene mutations and chromosome number and structure abnormalities.
True
False

3. Respiratory distress syndrome may lead to broncho-pulmonary dysplasia causing serious respiratory complications.
True
False

4. Grade 1 intraventricular hemorrhage is the most serious type of bleeding in the brain of an infant.
True
False

5. Pauciarticular juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is a multi-system disorder that may include heart, liver, and spleen involvement.
True
False

6. Spina bifida cystica is manifested in both meningocele and myelomeningocele.
True
False

7. "Floppy baby syndrome" is more correctly labeled ataxic cerebral palsy.
True
False

8. Erb’s Palsy and Klumpke Paralysis are both types of peripheral nerve injuries.
True
False

9. There is no primary role for the physical therapist for children with asthma or hemophilia.
True
False

10. There is reason for concern if a neonate does not support his head or commando crawl by 3 months.
True
False

11. Premature infants reach the same developmental milestones in chronological age when compared to full-term infants.
True
False

12. Kyphotic sitting posture is normal in a 4 -6 month olds.
True
False

13. T. Berry Brazelton is credited with the theory of affective development of neonates.
True
False

14. The influence of home and family is studied by Piaget.
True
False

15. The traction response, crossed extension, and flexor withdrawal all have onsets around 28 weeks gestation.
True
False

16. Sequential rolling and commando crawling may be normal mobility modes of an infant.
True
False

17. Chromosomal deletion is induced by chromosome breakage and the broken potion is lost rather than attached.
True
False

18. Specific gene mutations account for 9-11% of all congenital anomalies.
True
False

19. Body Righting Reaction (reflex) begins at 35 weeks gestation and is intergrated at 1-2 months.
True
False

20. The proper response for the child in the tilting reaction in standing reflex is that the body should extend against the tilt with the upper leg flexed and arm abducted while the lower leg is extended and braced.
True
False


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