NSG 6435 Week 6 Quiz – Question with Answers South University
- The provider suspects that a 7-month-old client has Pyloric Stenosis. What physical exam finding is consistent with this disorder?
- The provider suspects that a 7-month-old client has been diagnosed with Intussusception. What exam finding is consistent with this disorder?
- A 5-year-old client with a history of crying with bowel movements, bright red streaks of blood in the stool and withholding stools presents to the clinic. On exam, the anal mucosa shows small tears with the client in the knee-to-chest position. What is the most likely diagnosis and how is it treat ?
- The guardians of a 7-month-old client newly diagnose with gastroesophageal reflux is unsure of the proper way to care for the child. What information does the Provider share? (select all that apply
- The parents of a 3-month-old client presents to the clinic complaining that their child appears to be losing weight. Upon examination the it is noted that the client is irritable and weight falls below the 5th percentile of children. Who are the same age and height. The provider makes a diagnosis of Failure to Thrive (FTT). What is the most likely cause of FTT in this patient?
- The provider understands the most common type of enuresis in school-age children is: nsg 6435 week 6
- A 2-year-old client presents to the clinic with fever, dyspnea, diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss. The parents report an increase in abdominal size. On exam, a firm, smooth abdominal mass and a left varicocele are palpate. What is the most likely diagnosis?
- A benign, painless scrotal mass or cyst on the head of the epididymis or testicular adnexa containing sperm best describes what condition?
- A benign enlargement or dilation of testicular veins causing a painless scrotal mass of varying size that feels like a “bag of worms” best describes what condition?
- The child that sits to void and urinates on the floor in front of the toilet unless he holds his penis to direct the stream most likely has what condition?