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c. Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
d. Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
e. Blount disease
15. A very concerned mother brings a 2-year-old child to your office because of two episodes of a brief, shrill cry followed by a prolonged
expiration and apnea. You have been following this child in your practice since birth and know the child to be a product of a normal pregnancy
and delivery, to be growing and developing normally, and to have no chronic medical problems. The first episode occurred immediately after the
mother refused to give the child some juice; the child became cyanotic, unconscious, and had generalized clonic jerks. A few moments later the
child awakened and had no residual effects. The most recent episode (identical in nature) occurred at the grocery store when the child’s father
refused to purchase a toy for her. Your physical examination reveals a delightful child without unexpected physical examination findings. Which of
the following is the most likely diagnosis?
a. Seizure disorder
b. Drug ingestion
c. Hyperactivity with attention deficit
d. Pervasive development disorder
e. Breath-holding spell
16. A 10-year-old child arrives with the complaint of new-onset bed-wetting. He has had no fever, his urine culture is negative, and he has had
no new stresses in his life. He is well above the 95th percentile for weight as is much of his family. Which of the following is most helpful in making
a. Fasting plasma glucose of 135 mg/dL
b. Random plasma glucose of 170 mg/dL
c. Two-hour glucose during glucose tolerance test of 165 mg/dL
d. Acanthosis nigricans on the neck
e. Symptoms alone are enough to make the diagnosis
17. You are called to the emergency department (ED) to see one of your patients, a previously healthy 18 year old whom you know is working
at his father’s plastics manufacturing facility for the summer. Several hours into his shift, the adolescent complained of a headache, and shortly
thereafter became agitated and confused. When he suddenly lost consciousness, an ambulance was called and he was brought to the hospital.
While you are talking to his father in the ED the teen develops a dysrhythmia on the cardiac monitor. The blood gas demonstrates a severe
metabolic acidosis. Which of the following agents is most likely the culprit?
b. Chlorophenothane (DDT)
c. Hydrogen cyanide
18. The mother of a 3-day-old infant brings her child to your office for an early follow-up visit. The mom notes that the child has been eating
well, has had no temperature instability, and stools and urinates well. She notes that over .