1) To differentiate between osmotic and secretory diarrhea it is best to measure :
2) The best way to gauge the IQ of a child is by looking which development :
3) Narrow anterior fontanelle in children is seen in :
4) The iron content of breast milk in mg/L is :
5) Cleft lip is associated with :
6) A 7 year old boy presents with 10 day history of fever and dyspnoea, cough. On examination abdominal distention seen and severe splenomegaly present. Diagnosis could be :
7) Down syndrome is due to :
8) Upper body segment and lower body segment ratio becomes 1:1 by the age fo :
9) A 2-year-old child with minimal cyanosis has a quadruple rhythm, a systolic murmur in the pulmonic area and mid diastolic murmur along the lower left sternal border. An electrocardiogram shows right atrial hypertrophy and a ventricular block pattern in the right chest leads. The child most likely has. :
10) Human parvovirus B-19 infection causes each of following except :
11) Infections with mycoplasma pneumonia can produce each of the following except :
12) Fragile X-syndrome is the most common inherited form of mental retardation. Each of the following is suggestive of this syndrome except :
13) A 2-year-old patient has microscopic and occasionally gross hematuria. His father has hearing loss and end stage renal disease. The most likely cause of this child's hematuria is :
14) Thrombocytopenia in the newborn is associated with all the following except :
15) Hypertonic type of diarrhoea occurs when child is :
16) Evaluation of cerebrospinal fluid is critical in evaluating children of all ages for possible infection of the central nervous system. Normally the CSF should contain no more than 5 leukocytes and the protein should be 10 to 30 mg/dL. However in newborns the values are different. Which of the following combinations is most typical ?
17) An infant who sits with only minimal support, attempts to attain a toy beyond reach, and rolls over from the supine to prone position and does not have a pincer grasp is at a developmental level of :
18) Late pulmonary cmplications of bronchopulmonary dysplasia include primarily :
19) Predominant bottle feeding is associated with deficiency of :
20) In the newborn period which of the following is the least common sign on meningitis ?
21) When an infant with diarrhoea has lost about 5 to 10 prcent of his body weight over 2 days, all the following may be expected except for :
22) A 13-year-old boy is below the 3rd percentile for height (50th percentile for age 9) which of the following would give him the best prognosis for normal adult height ?
23) During first year of a child's life, all of following increase except :
24) A child who is 13 years of age presents with precocious puberty. You will warn the parents about :
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