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GI Potpouri. 4 yr olds. Most Common. Bacteria & Disease. X-Ray Signs. Vaccines. 100. 100. 1 0 0. 100. 100. 100. 200. 20 0. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Double Jeopardy.

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GI

Potpouri

4 yr olds

Most

Common

Bacteria

& Disease

X-Ray

Signs

Vaccines

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Double Jeopardy


Most common reason for pediatric liver transplants


Biliary Atresia


Electrolyte derangement in classical pyloric stenosis


Hypochloremic Metabolic Alkalosis


Acid-base disorder seen in urea cycle defects


Respiratory Alkalosis


Drug which can help push a distal esophageal foreign body into the stomach


Glucagon


Mass of hair in the stomach seen in kids with hair-pulling


Trichobezoar


The average weight, in pounds, of a 4 year old


40 lbs


The average length, in inches, of a 4 year old


40 inches


The number of colors the average 4 year old can name


4


The number of parts of a person the average 4 year old can draw (not including the head)


4 parts


The average number to which a 4 year old can count


4


Most common cause of lobar pneumonia


Pneumococcus


Most common heart defect in Down Syndrome


VSD


Most common Cystic Fibrosis mutation


Delta-508


Most common Jones criterion in ARF


Carditis


Most common metabolic liver disease in children


A-AT Deficiency


Gram Negative Rod which causes arthritis in Sickle Cell Patients


Salmonella


Gram-Positive Rod which causes Neonatal Meningitis


Listeria


Common bacteria colonizing CF patients


Pseudomonas(Burkholderia)


Bacteria which causes 50 % of sepsis cases in Galactosemic patients


E. coli


Bacteria which causes severe infections after cat-bites


Pasturella multocida


Cause of the “Steeple Sign”


Croup


Cause of the “Sail Sign”


Thymus


Frayed metaphyses, cupping of epiphyses


Rickets


Cause of the “Football Sign” in the NICU


Intraperitoneal Air


Cause of the “Double Bubble Sign” in an abdominal film in a Trisomy 21 patient


Duodenal Atresia


The 2nd M in MMR Vaccine


What is Mumps?


What VAPP stands for


Vaccine Associated Paralytic Polio


Age Range when the 1st Live Virus Vaccines are given


12-15 months


Difference in the number of capsular antigens in old and new pneumococcal vaccines


What is16?(23-7)


The Oka Strainis found in this immunization


What is Varivax?


Double Jeopardy

Unusual

Infections

Acronyms

Immuno-

deficiency

The

Eyes

CF

The 6

Exanthems

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FINAL JEOPARDY


One of the 3 antibiotics that most commonly cause pseudomembranous colitis


Ampicillin

Clindamycin

Penicillin


This antigen of the Hepatitis B Virus indicates infectivity


e


Guillan-Barre often

follows this bacterial

diarrheal infection


Campylobacter

jejuni


Named after the Latin

Word for “sausage,”

This infection is often

associated with home

canning

or feeding infants honey


Botulism


Terminal complement

Deficiencies make one

Prone to this organism


Meningococcus


The ‘N’ in

PANDAS


Neuro-psychiatric


The ‘TE’

In VATER


Tracheo-

Esophageal

Fistula


The ‘P’

In LEOPARD

Syndrome


Pulmonary

Stenosis


The ‘RRF’

In MERRF


Ragged Red

Fibers


The ‘O’ in

TORCH


Other


This is the

Most common

Antibody deficiency


What is

Selective IgA

Deficiency?


Aortic Arch

Abnormalities,

Hypocalcemia &

T-Cell Defects


What is

DiGeorge

Syndrome?


Diagnosed with the

Nitroblue Tetrazolium

(NBT)

Test


What is

Chronic

Granulomatous

Disease?


The Ig

Elevated in

Job Syndrome


What is IgE?


A screening test for

The Complement System


What are CH50

Or C3 Levels?


Found in Down

Syndrome


What are

Brushfield Spots?


Found in

Tuberous

Sclerosis


What are

Lisch Nodules?


Tumor

Presenting

As Leukocoria


What is

Retinoblastoma?


Age when

Vision becomes

20/20


What is 5 years?


Eye finding

Recently linked

With Familial

Polyposis Coli


What is Retinal

Thickening?


Norse midwives

Diagnosed CF by

Tasting this on

newborn’s foreheads


What is Salt?


The Most Common

CF Mutation


What is

delta-508?


1 in 20


What is the US

Incidence of CF

mutations

In Caucasians?


Common

Neonatal

Presentation of

CF


What is

Meconium Ileus?


Cause of a

False Positive

Sweat Test


What is

Malnutrition?

Also, GSD-I, Hereditary Fructose Intolerance,

And others….


Heart Lesion

due to fetal

rubella


What is

Pulmonary

Stenosis?


The 4 C’s

Of Measles


What are Cough,

Coryza,

Conjunctivitis &

Koplik’s Spots?


Causes

Slapped Cheek Disease,

Aplastic Crises and

Is lethal to dogs


What is

Parvovirus?


Sixth Disease is

Caused by this


What is

HHV-6?


“Fourth Disease” –

No Longer a

Separate disease


What is

Duke’s

Disease?


Most common

Non-parotitis

Presentation of Mumps

In pre-pubertal kids


What is Aseptic

Meningitis?


FINAL

JEOPARDY

Fevers....


The Circles

Of Ottolini in

Alphabetical Order


What is Infection

Malignancy

Rheumatologic?


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