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Nephrotic range proteinuria

40 mg/BSA/hour or Urine protein/creatinine ratio >2.0

2

Normal protein in urine

Less than 4 mg/BSA/hour or U pr/cr less than 0.2

3

MCC of neonatal meningitis in the Philippines

GABHS

4

Reason why supplemental iron is given in 3 divided doses

Decrease gastric irritation

5

Momentary red color changes of half the newborn, sharply demarcated at the body's midline

Harlequin color change (harlequin rash)

6

Nutritional deficiency seen in exclusively breastfed infants

IDA

7

T/F Harlequin rash is seen immediately after birth

F, 2-5 days

8

How long does a Harlequin rash last before it fades

30 seconds to 20 minutes

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T/F Harlequin rash may be seen in normal newborns

T

10

Hypothesis in the development of Harlequin rash

Temporary imbalance in the tone of cutaneous blood vessels secondary to hypothalamic immaturity

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Non-migratory purpuric lesion, arthralgia, abdominal pain

HSP

12

Delayed motor development

Cerebral palsy

13

1st sinus that develops at birth

Frontal

14

MCC of ambiguous genitalia

CAH

15

Maculopapular rash that develops after lysis of fever

Roseola

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Neuroblastoma vs Wilms: Large unilateral flank mass (does not cross midline)

Wilms

17

Neuroblastoma vs Wilms: More likely calcified

Neuroblastoma

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Neuroblastoma vs Wilms: More likely with metastatic symptoms

Neuroblastoma

19

Neuroblastoma vs Wilms: Almost always present with signs and symptoms of primary tumor mass

Wilms

20

Blank stare, EEG with 3-second spike

Absence/petit mal seizure