Pediatrics COMAT Part 3

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_____ Sarcoma: Located on the midshaft of long bones. Lytic bone lesion with 'onion skin' periosteal reaction on plain x-ray.
______ Fever: Sandpaper-like rash. Caused by strains of Group A streptococcus that produce erythrogenic exotoxins. Penicillin V is the drug of choice.
Vitamin ____ deficiency: Photophobia, dry scaly skin, xerosis conjunctiva, xerosis cornea, keratomalacia
Most common cause of neonatal sepsis.
_____ syndrome: Precocious puberty, Cafe au lait spots, Multiple bone defects.
Presents with follicular conjunctivitis and pannus (neovascularization) formation in the cornea. Treatment is Erythromycin.
_____: Located on metaphyses of long bones. Increased alkaline phosphatase. 'Sunburst' lytic bone lesions.
_______: Tetrad of rash, arthralgia, abdominal pain, and renal disease.
Bedwetting is a normal phenomenon until the age of _____
______ atresia: Infant who presents with cyanosis that is aggravated by feeding and relieved by crying.

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