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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


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Most common reason for pediatric liver transplants


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Biliary Atresia


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Electrolyte derangement in classical pyloric stenosis


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Hypochloremic Metabolic Alkalosis


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Acid-base disorder seen in urea cycle defects


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Respiratory Alkalosis


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


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Glucagon


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


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Trichobezoar


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


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40 lbs


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


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40 inches


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The number of colors the average 4 year old can name


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4


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


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4 parts


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The average number to which a 4 year old can count


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4


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Most common cause of lobar pneumonia


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Pneumococcus


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Most common heart defect in Down Syndrome


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VSD


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Most common Cystic Fibrosis mutation


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Delta-508


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Most common Jones criterion in ARF


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Carditis


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Most common metabolic liver disease in children


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A-AT Deficiency


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Gram Negative Rod which causes arthritis in Sickle Cell Patients


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Salmonella


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Gram-Positive Rod which causes Neonatal Meningitis


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Listeria


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Common bacteria colonizing CF patients


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Pseudomonas(Burkholderia)


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Bacteria which causes 50 % of sepsis cases in Galactosemic patients


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E. coli


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Bacteria which causes severe infections after cat-bites


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Pasturella multocida


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Cause of the “Steeple Sign”


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Croup


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Cause of the “Sail Sign”


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Thymus


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Frayed metaphyses, cupping of epiphyses


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Rickets


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Cause of the “Football Sign” in the NICU


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Intraperitoneal Air


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


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Duodenal Atresia


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The 2nd M in MMR Vaccine


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What is Mumps?


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What VAPP stands for


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Vaccine Associated Paralytic Polio


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Age Range when the 1st Live Virus Vaccines are given


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12-15 months


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


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What is16?(23-7)


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The Oka Strainis found in this immunization


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What is Varivax?


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Double Jeopardy

Unusual

Infections

Acronyms

Immuno-

deficiency

The

Eyes

CF

The 6

Exanthems

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FINAL JEOPARDY


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One of the 3 antibiotics that most commonly cause pseudomembranous colitis


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Ampicillin

Clindamycin

Penicillin


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This antigen of the Hepatitis B Virus indicates infectivity


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e


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Guillan-Barre often

follows this bacterial

diarrheal infection


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Campylobacter

jejuni


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Named after the Latin

Word for “sausage,”

This infection is often

associated with home

canning

or feeding infants honey


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Botulism


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Terminal complement

Deficiencies make one

Prone to this organism


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Meningococcus


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The ‘N’ in

PANDAS


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Neuro-psychiatric


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The ‘TE’

In VATER


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Tracheo-

Esophageal

Fistula


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The ‘P’

In LEOPARD

Syndrome


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Pulmonary

Stenosis


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The ‘RRF’

In MERRF


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Ragged Red

Fibers


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The ‘O’ in

TORCH


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Other


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This is the

Most common

Antibody deficiency


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What is

Selective IgA

Deficiency?


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Aortic Arch

Abnormalities,

Hypocalcemia &

T-Cell Defects


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What is

DiGeorge

Syndrome?


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Diagnosed with the

Nitroblue Tetrazolium

(NBT)

Test


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What is

Chronic

Granulomatous

Disease?


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The Ig

Elevated in

Job Syndrome


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What is IgE?


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A screening test for

The Complement System


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What are CH50

Or C3 Levels?


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Found in Down

Syndrome


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What are

Brushfield Spots?


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Found in

Tuberous

Sclerosis


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What are

Lisch Nodules?


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Tumor

Presenting

As Leukocoria


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What is

Retinoblastoma?


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Age when

Vision becomes

20/20


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What is 5 years?


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Eye finding

Recently linked

With Familial

Polyposis Coli


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What is Retinal

Thickening?


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Norse midwives

Diagnosed CF by

Tasting this on

newborn’s foreheads


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What is Salt?


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The Most Common

CF Mutation


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What is

delta-508?


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1 in 20


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What is the US

Incidence of CF

mutations

In Caucasians?


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Common

Neonatal

Presentation of

CF


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What is

Meconium Ileus?


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Cause of a

False Positive

Sweat Test


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What is

Malnutrition?

Also, GSD-I, Hereditary Fructose Intolerance,

And others….


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Heart Lesion

due to fetal

rubella


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What is

Pulmonary

Stenosis?


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The 4 C’s

Of Measles


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What are Cough,

Coryza,

Conjunctivitis &

Koplik’s Spots?


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Causes

Slapped Cheek Disease,

Aplastic Crises and

Is lethal to dogs


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What is

Parvovirus?


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Sixth Disease is

Caused by this


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What is

HHV-6?


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“Fourth Disease” –

No Longer a

Separate disease


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What is

Duke’s

Disease?


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Most common

Non-parotitis

Presentation of Mumps

In pre-pubertal kids


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What is Aseptic

Meningitis?


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FINAL

JEOPARDY

Fevers....


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The Circles

Of Ottolini in

Alphabetical Order


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What is Infection

Malignancy

Rheumatologic?


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