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Can you name the aspects of the different pediatric pathologies?

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True or false: in general, the more severe the ID, the more severe the motor delays?
What term describes motor/tonal abnormalities in 1 limb?
After 2 weeks, what are clunks treated with for the first 3 months (the infant may kick a dislocated hip into the socket)?
What is a term for a deficiency of oxygen reaching tissues of the body?
What is the DSM-IV classification for IQ of 50-70/55-75 with function of 3rd-6th grade & self supporting?
True or false: people with ID have no difficulty generalizing skills?
What classification system is used for children over age 3 with OBPI?
What is a term for severe chronic disability that is mental & or physical impairment, beginning before 22 years old, that is likely to continue throughout life & requires services?
True or false: after the first few days of life the ligaments will tighten & lock the femoral head either in or out of the acetabulum.
What CP classification system is based on where the motor & tonal abnormalities are?
Sub-classification of CP severity: functional limitations in whole body functions, such as walking, sitting, changing postures, hand use & speech
Mvmt abnormality sub-classification: impairment of voluntary mvmts resulting in fragmented or jerky motions.
What is a term for conceptual/social/practical abilities considered to be central to successful life functioning?
True or false: people with ID are capable of learning the same number of things?
+ test: hip is dislocated in a position of flexion & adduction. Flexion, abduction & slight traction will reduce the hip (palpable clunk). Negative test: hip is no longer reducible
How do you describe a hip where the femoral head can be partially displaced out of the acetabulum?
What is a deficient supply of blood to a body part that is due to obstruction of the inflow of arterial blood?
What age range is it appropriate to treat DDH by reducing the hips & placing in abduction/flexion so that ligaments can tighten?
What treatment for torticollis provides an ongoing semi-noxious stimulus to correct aligment?
In DDH, displacement of the femoral head can occur anytime from in utero to what age?
What is persistent cervical flexion to 1 side with rotation of the head to the opposite side?
What type of torticollis involves a clinically palpated mass?
What is a term used to describe damage to a nerve where there is blockage of nerve conduction?
After what age could a forceful reduction of the hip result in the stretching of vasculature to epiphysis & avascular necrosis of femoral head?
What do you call a shortening of the limb in hip/knee flexion (from a supine position)?
What term is used to desribe a flattening of the head (sometimes with decreased hair growth), resulting from too little prone time & too much time supine or reclined upright?
What type of torticollis involves the clinical thickening & shortening of the SCM (no palpable mass)?
What test involves flexing & abducting the hip, then gradually adducting with pressure in a posterior direction (will dislocate a reduced, but unstable hip)?
Mvmt abnormality sub-classification: velocity dependent increased resistance to passive stretch (cortex/motor pathway lesion)
Bleed into subependymal germinal matrix 2 days-1 wk after birth (characteristic of infants less than 28 weeks or 1500g BW)
How are the fingers maintained in Erb's palsy?
If Pavlik harness failed & a reduction was performed, what must the child stay in for 8-12 weeks?
What is a term used to describe damage to a nerve where the neural sheath is still intact?
How soon, in months, can development of the hip cease?
Sub-classification of dyskinesia: child has increased muscle tone throughout the range, little voluntary movement, & high risk of contractures (lesion in brainstem)
How is the shoulder maintained in Erb's palsy (flexion or extension, IR or ER, and abduction or adduction)?
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What is the IVH classification grade for IVH with normal sized ventricles?
What term is used to describe abnormally stiff muscle that requires more force for length change (even if no spasticity is present)?
True or false: the morphology of the cortex, thalamus, cerebellum, limbic system &/or sensory areas can be altered in people with Trisomy 21/DS?
True or false: people with ID have an impaired ability to handle advanced cognitive processes, simultaneous demands & organization of information
What is the most common cause of ID/MR?
What is a term used to describe rupture to a nerve?
True or false: people with Trisomy 21/DS are at risk to develop Alzheimer's 20 years earlier & 2-5x more often?
Before what age (months) must the insult have occurred to be considered CP?
What cardiopulmonary pathology are people with Trisomy 21/DS at risk for developing (75% of adults)?
What is the IVH classification grade for IVH with acute ventricular dilation?
What is the DSM-IV classification for IQ of 35-50/40-55, require support for life skills, perform sheltered work, & live in sheltered env?
What two word descriptor is used to describe the postion of the upper extremity in Erb's palsy?
Sub-classification of CP severity: no useful or purposeful motor ability & no access to community/society
What is the normal ROM (in degrees) in infants for cervical rotation?
What is the DSM-IV classification for IQ of below 20/25, where the person need total care in all areas?
What age range is a Pavlik harness appropriate for?
Category of brachial plexus injury where C5-T1 are damaged
When can an x-ray be used to detect DDH (child's age)?
Type of neuropathic lesion that occurs due to multifactoral reasons (teratogens, radiation, or inefection by viruses such as rubella/herpes)
Mvmt abnormality sub-classification: demonstation of several different patterns at the same time or changing patterns of muscle tone as the child grows.
Non-motor neurodevelopmental or sensory problems & how the interact in those with CP (seizures, hearing/vision impairments, attentional/behavioral/communicative/cognitive deficits)
What is a term for a person's effectiveness in coping with environmental demands?
Category of brachial plexus injury where C7, C8 &/or T1 are injured
True or false: PT/pediatrician should be able to accurately diagnose CP in all but the mildest cases by 6 months of age?
Type of neuropathic lesion involving bleeding below the lining of the ventricles
What group of children with OBPI have poor or no hand function, severe loss of sweat/sensation, & small atrophic extremity?
What is the DSM-IV classification for IQ of 20-35/25-40, where person conforms to daily routine in protected env?
Sub-classification of CP severity: disability restricts performance of activities to fulfill normal life roles
What type of torticollis involves the postural head tilt & clinical features, but no tightness or fibrous mass of SCM?
What originates before 18 years & is characterized by significant limitations in intellectual functioning & adaptive behavior skills?
What is the average length of PT treatment (in months) for children with torticollis?
Group of developmental disorders of movement & posture, causing activity limitation, that are due to non-progressive disturbances that happened in developing fetal/infant brain.
What is a term for an umbrella-type diagnosis encompassing a variety of children (age 3-9 years) with differences in development (often language, but also social/motor skills)?
Instability at what joint can lead to acquired quadriplegia in people with DS/Trisomy 21?
What is the most common endocrine problem in DS/Trisomy 21?
What term describes motor/tonal abnormalities in both legs?
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Mvmt abnormality sub-classification: low muscle tone, little/no resistance to stretch, & decreased ability to hold body against gravity.
What is the IVH classification grade for IVH with dilation & bleeding into periventricular tissue (unilateral)
What ROM measurement is more reliable for torticollis?
True or false: hypotonia and ID/MR are hallmarks of Trisomy 21/DS?
What diagnostic test (imaging) outlines cartilage & can detect early DDH?
What is the age range in months where there is the greatest deficiency in musculoskeletal growth for children with DS/Trisomy 21?
Sub-classification of CP severity: functional limitations only in most advanced gross motor skills used in daily life at child's age level
How is the elbow maintained in Erb's palsy?
What is the IVH classification grade for an isolated germinal matrix hemorrhage?
True or false: congenital heart defects that are not corrected by age 3 are not associated with greater delays in motor dvpt for children with Trisomy 21?
True or false: in Trisomy 21 the weight/size of the brain is normal?
Sub-classification of dyskinesia where the child has fluctuating musle tone throughout the body, including the face (lesion in basal ganglia)
What term describes motor/tonal abnormalities in all 4 limbs?
Before what age (years) must the movement problems manifest to be considered CP?
How is the forearm maintained in Erb's palsy?
A developmental, progressive deformation of the hip where the proximal femur, acetabulum, & capsule are defective
Cognitive tests focus on sensorimotor dvpt & information processing in the assessments of whom?
Persistent what are associated with decreased likelihood of walking in children with CP?
How do you describe a hip where the femoral head is in the acetabulum, but may be dislocated via adduction & extension of the hip?
How do you describe a hip where the femoral head is completely out of the acetabulum & may or may not be reducible?
Category of brachial plexus injury where C5, C6, & sometimes C7 are damaged. The most common type of brachial plexus injury.
Cognitive tests require spoken & motor responses or use non-language/min motor tests in the assessment of whom?
Mvmt abnormality sub-classification: inability to coordinate voluntary muscular mvmts (cerebellum lesion)
Type of neuropathic lesion that occurs secondary to anoxia or hypoxia
True or false: Most people with DS/Trisomy 21 do not have hearing loss?
What term describes motor/tonal abnormalities on the right or left side?
What group of children with OBPI have min scap winging, normal sweat/sensation/hand function, & shoulder abd to 90 degrees?
What is a term for a lack of oxygen reaching tissues of the body?
If Pavlik harness fails, what treatment will be used for 2 weeks, followed by a reduction?
Obstetric injuries (injured cervical roots, fx of clavicle or humerus, or subluxed shoulder) sustained during diffcult vaginal delivery involving traction on shoulder &/or head?
How is the wrist maintained in Erb's palsy?
The observed tonal abnormalities assessed on exam & diagnosed movement disorders present (i.e. spasticity, ataxia, dystonia or athetosis)
The medical classification of ID is based on the severity of intellectual functioning (IQ) and comes from what book?
What is the DSM-IV classification for IQ of 70-125/75-130?
What group of children with OBPI have mod winging, less than 90 degrees shoulder abd, elbow flex contracture, weak wrist/finger ext, & some loss of sweat/sensation?
What is a lack of oxygen or excess of CO2 in the body that is usually caused by interruption of breathing (& results in LOC)?

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