Amedco - Quiz

February 2018 JPGN

 
 

A   - Albumin and blood coagulation tests
B   - Gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) and plasma proteins
C   - Autoantibodies (ANA/ASMA) and immunoglobulin G (IgG)
D   - Hemogram and blood cultures

A   - Hepatomegaly and abdominal ultrasound.
B   - GGT elevation and magnetic resonance imaging of the biliary tract.
C   - Abdominal pain and abdominal computed tomography.
D   - Thrombocytopenia and lymphocyte immunophenotyping.

A   - Activation of lymphocytes, mainly CD4+.
B   - Participation of macrophages and natural killer cells (NK).
C   - HLA-DR haplotypes, especially HLADR*1301 in children and adolescents.
D   - Cell reduction in the bone marrow.

A   - CCR7
B   - CD69
C   - CCR3
D   - HLADR

A   - Azathioprine should be discontinued due to thrombocytosis, a common side effect in its use.
B   - Ursodeoxycholic acid can help in the control of clinical and laboratory manifestations of cholangitis.
C   - A liver biopsy may show interface hepatitis, hepatic regeneration with "rosette" formation and periportal/periseptal lymphocyte infiltrates.
D   - Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the biliary tract would demonstrate tortuosity and stenosis of the intra- and extrahepatic ducts.

A   - Gets tired from eating and is not able to finish.
B   - Gags with textured food like coarse oatmeal.
C   - Uses tongue to move food around in mouth.
D   - Stores food in cheek or roof of mouth.

A   - Symptoms of a feeding problem typically begin after the age of 24 months.
B   - Symptoms of a feeding problem tend to begin in the 18 months of life and their expression may change over time.
C   - Once established, symptoms of a feeding problem tend to be stable as the child develops.
D   - When the child begins to exhibit problematic feeding behaviors, a feeding problem now exists.

A   - Symptoms that the child's body is not tolerating the work of feeding or management of the food.
B   - Symptoms that represent the child's behavioral approach to food or mealtime.
C   - Symptoms that represent the child's management of different qualities of food.
D   - Child's ability to coordinate their oral-motor system.

A   - Internal consistency reliability
B   - Test-retest reliability
C   - Construct validity
D   - Content validity

A   - Internal consistency reliability
B   - Test-retest reliability
C   - Construct validity
D   - Content validity