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decreased IgG, IgA, IgM, and IgE, along with absent or markedly decreased B cells

Brutton's agammaglobulinemia

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onset of recurrent bacterial infections in the first 5 yr of life; serum IgG, IgM, and IgA low; absent isohemagglutinins or poor response to vaccines; less than 2percent cd19 pos B cells

brutton's agammaglobulinemia

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boy with eczema, thrombocytopenia, and recurrent infections with encapsulated germs

wiskott-aldrich syndrome

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presents at birth with petechiae, bruises, bleeding from circumcision, or bloody stools

wiskott-aldrich

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low IgM, high IgA and IgE; poor antibody response to polysaccharide antigens, modertely reduced T cells and platelets

wisott-aldrich syndrome

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recurrent and uncontrolled infections with catalase-pos organisms

chronic granulomatous disease

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lymphadenitis, and abscesses of the skin and viscera (liver); lymphocytes are normal

chronic granulomatous disease

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an immediate anaphylactic reaction, an encephalopathy, or any CNS complication within 7 days of DTAP, means do what for the next dose?

only give DT; the acellular pertussis is prob responsible so we hold off on that

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by age 1 yo, what should weight and height be?

weight should triple and height should increase by 50 percent

10

twice daily administration of prophylactic penicillin should be given to kids with sickle ceel disease until hwen

5 years of age

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infant with cyanosis that is aggravated by feeding nad relieved with crying

choanal atresia

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management of choanal atresia

place an oral airway and lavage feeding; definitive treatment is repairing the obstruction with surgery or endoscopy

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inspiratory stridor that is exacerbated by any exertion; symptoms appear in the first 2 weeks of life an dincrease in severity

laryngomalacia

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caf au lait spts, macrocephaly, feeding problems, short stature, learning disabilities

NF type 1

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bilateral acoustaic neuromas and cataracts

NF type 2

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fine reticular granulatiry of the lung parenchyma

classic in hyaline membrane disease

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chest xray shouws prominent pulmonary vascular markings,, fluid lines in the fissures, overaeration, a flat diaphragm, and occasionally pleural fluid

transient tachypnea of the newborn

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persistent pulm htn of the newborn

cyanosis; persistence of fetal circulatory pattern of R to L shunting; hypoxia unresponsive to 100percent oxygen;

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meconium aspiration can lead to pneumothorax or pneumodiastinum

right

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patchy infiltrates, coarse streaking of both lung fields, increased anterposteriod diameter, and flattening of the diaphrag,

chest xray in meconium aspiration

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osgood schlatters disease

aka traction apophysitis

22

what bacteria is associated with infants with indwelling IV catheters

coag neg staph

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most common causes of early onset and late sepsis

GBS and E coli

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hypotonia, hepatosplenomegaly, cervical lymphadenopath, protruding abdomen, cherry red spon on macula, regression of milestones

niemann-pick disease