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Slide examination
Fifth year
May. 2013
By Prof. HAMIDA ESAHLI
ELKHADRA HOSPITAL
1
The Normal Fluid Requirements per day in child with
15 kg is:
A. 1000ml
B. 1500ml
C. 1250ml
D. 980ml
2
The followings are reliable signs of severe dehydration
in 20 months old child ,except:
A. Sunken eyes
B. Sunken anterior ...
The most common cause of this rash is:
A. Staphylococcaus
B. Herpes simplex virus
C. Coxsackie virus
D. Varicella-Zoster v...
This 6-month –old infant developed widespread rash , lip swelling and
wheeze immediately after first formula feed , The ma...
This sign is present in the following conditions except:
A. Chronic pulmonary disease
B. Cyanotic congenital heart
disease...
The DDX of the following blood picture is/are except:
A. Iron deficiency anaemia
B. Thalasmia major
C. Sideroblastic anaem...
One year old baby , who had been brought by his
parents to ER with persisting vomiting and diarrhea for
3days , he was deh...
This a pedigree showing inheritance pattern: what is
the inheritance ? Give two examples?
A. X-linked recessive G6PD
&Haem...
In the initial assessment of coma, fixed dilated pupil's
indicate:
A. Ponitine lesion
B. Severe hypoxia
C. Unilateral thir...
The clinical features of sever brochiolites in un infant
are the following, except:
11
A. Cyanosis or pallor
B. Hyperinfla...
What is the most Likely Diagnosis ?
A. MCU : showed bilateral
vesciouretric reflux grade V
B. DMSA scan
C. IVP
D. Non of t...
T his is an 18 month child came to the well baby clinic,
What are absolute contraindications to this vaccine?
A. patient w...
Assessment of nutritional status can be determined by:
A. Low plasma albumin
B. Low lymphocyte count
C. Skin fold thicknes...
what is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Neurofibromatosis type 1
B. Hyper pigmantation
C. Tuberous sclerosis
D. Sturge-weber...
What is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Lung consolidation
B. Pleural effusion
C. Lung collapse
D. Empyema
16
The developmental age is :
A. One year
B. 2 years
C. 15-18 months
D. 9 months
17
The cause of birth injuries in this neonate is/are:
A. Caput succedaneum
B. Bilateral cephalhaematoma
C. Subaponeurotic ha...
Regarding nasogastric tube(NGT)
A. Indicated in patients with
fracture base of skull
B. Uses: for oral agents and
suction
...
This infant has a grossly distended abdomen from ascites,
the most likely cause is:
A. Liver cirrhosis with portal
hyperte...
What is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Pericardial effusion
B. Cardiomegaly with
increased pulmonary
vascular markings
C. B...
Good luck
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  1. 1. Slide examination Fifth year May. 2013 By Prof. HAMIDA ESAHLI ELKHADRA HOSPITAL 1
  2. 2. The Normal Fluid Requirements per day in child with 15 kg is: A. 1000ml B. 1500ml C. 1250ml D. 980ml 2
  3. 3. The followings are reliable signs of severe dehydration in 20 months old child ,except: A. Sunken eyes B. Sunken anterior fontanel C. Decrease urine output D. Dry mouth 3
  4. 4. The most common cause of this rash is: A. Staphylococcaus B. Herpes simplex virus C. Coxsackie virus D. Varicella-Zoster virus 4
  5. 5. This 6-month –old infant developed widespread rash , lip swelling and wheeze immediately after first formula feed , The management of this infant is/ are: • A. Adrenaline IM if no response nebulised salbutamol • B.Intubation • C. Antihistamine IM • D. Hydrocortisone IV 5
  6. 6. This sign is present in the following conditions except: A. Chronic pulmonary disease B. Cyanotic congenital heart disease C. Celiac disease D. Nephrotic syndrome 6
  7. 7. The DDX of the following blood picture is/are except: A. Iron deficiency anaemia B. Thalasmia major C. Sideroblastic anaemia D. B12 deficiency anaemia 7
  8. 8. One year old baby , who had been brought by his parents to ER with persisting vomiting and diarrhea for 3days , he was dehydrated his arterial blood gas is: A. Compensated metabolic acidosis B. Compensated respiratory alkalosis C. Uncompensated metabolic acidosis D. Respiratory acidosis • ABG: • —pH : 7.2 • —Po2 : 90 mmHg • —PCo2 : 23 mmHg • —HCO3 : 15 mmol/L • —BE : -10 mmol/L 8
  9. 9. This a pedigree showing inheritance pattern: what is the inheritance ? Give two examples? A. X-linked recessive G6PD &Haemophilia. B. X- linked dominant vit D resistant rickets &Incontinenta pigmenta C. Autosomal recessive cystic fibrosis&PKU D. Autosomal dominant Hereditary spherocystosis &chondrodoplasia 9
  10. 10. In the initial assessment of coma, fixed dilated pupil's indicate: A. Ponitine lesion B. Severe hypoxia C. Unilateral third nerve lesion D. All of the above 10
  11. 11. The clinical features of sever brochiolites in un infant are the following, except: 11 A. Cyanosis or pallor B. Hyperinflation of chest C. Apnoea in infants < 4 months D. Stridor
  12. 12. What is the most Likely Diagnosis ? A. MCU : showed bilateral vesciouretric reflux grade V B. DMSA scan C. IVP D. Non of the above 12
  13. 13. T his is an 18 month child came to the well baby clinic, What are absolute contraindications to this vaccine? A. patient with immunodeficiency, leukemia, lymphoma, HIV B. Breast feeding C. Patient with infectious mononucleosis. D. Down syndrome 13
  14. 14. Assessment of nutritional status can be determined by: A. Low plasma albumin B. Low lymphocyte count C. Skin fold thickness D. All the above 14
  15. 15. what is the most likely diagnosis? A. Neurofibromatosis type 1 B. Hyper pigmantation C. Tuberous sclerosis D. Sturge-weber syndrome 15
  16. 16. What is the most likely diagnosis? A. Lung consolidation B. Pleural effusion C. Lung collapse D. Empyema 16
  17. 17. The developmental age is : A. One year B. 2 years C. 15-18 months D. 9 months 17
  18. 18. The cause of birth injuries in this neonate is/are: A. Caput succedaneum B. Bilateral cephalhaematoma C. Subaponeurotic haemorrhage D. Oedema from forceps blades delivery 18
  19. 19. Regarding nasogastric tube(NGT) A. Indicated in patients with fracture base of skull B. Uses: for oral agents and suction C. Can cause pulmonary aspiration D. B &C 19
  20. 20. This infant has a grossly distended abdomen from ascites, the most likely cause is: A. Liver cirrhosis with portal hypertension B. Heart failure C. Nephritic syndrome D. Celiac disease 20
  21. 21. What is the most likely diagnosis? A. Pericardial effusion B. Cardiomegaly with increased pulmonary vascular markings C. Bronchopneumonia D. Non of the above 21
  22. 22. Good luck 22

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