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					  GI                  Most   Bacteria   X-Ray
           4 yr olds                            Vaccines
Potpouri             Common & Disease   Signs


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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 is
 16?
(23-7)
The Oka Strain
is found in this
 immunization
What is
Varivax?
                      Double Jeopardy
 Unusual              Immuno-      The           The 6
Infections
           Acronyms
                      deficiency   Eyes   CF    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
   The Circles
  Of Ottolini in
Alphabetical Order
What is Infection
 Malignancy
Rheumatologic?

				
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