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Description Disorder or Defect % Correct
Yellowing of the skin, sclera and mucous membranes caused by an increase in bilirubin levelsJaundice
77.8%
Abnormal development of retinal vesselsRetinopathy of Prematurity
66.7%
Opening in spine below T12 vertebraeSpina Bifida
66.7%
Foot turns down and inClubfoot
66.7%
Lung injury from continuous oxygenationChronic Lung Disease
50%
Hypoxia and ischemia cause damage to digestive tissueNecrotizing Enterocolitis
50%
Increase cerebral-spinal fluid in ventricles of brainHydrocephalus
50%
Bleeding in germinal matrix of the brainIntraventricular Hemorrhage
44.4%
Type of jaundice developing in first 24 hours of life, with bilirubin peaking at 10 mg/dlPhysiological Jaundice
44.4%
Inhalation of particulate meconium in the amniotic fluidMeconium Aspiration Syndrome
44.4%
The esophagus and trachea do not separateTracheoesophageal Fistula
44.4%
When serum bilirubin levels exceed 5 g/dlHyperbilirubinemia
38.9%
The most common cause of mental retardation and is accompanied with growth restrictions in utero, craniofacial structural anomalies and central nervous system dysfunctionFetal Alcohol Syndrome
38.9%
Closed defect of vertebraeOcculta
38.9%
Defect of the craniofacial bones, very commonCleft Lip and Cleft Palate
38.9%
Proximal and distal ends of the esophagus do not communicate causing a blockageEsophageal Atresia
38.9%
Description Disorder or Defect % Correct
Urinary meatus on underside of penisHypospadias
38.9%
Requires a Pavlik harness to decrease adduction and promote abduction of the hipsHip Dysplasia
38.9%
Type of jaundice developing after the first 24 hours of birth with a bilirubin level exceeding 17 mg/dlPathological Jaundice
33.3%
Urinary meatus either on top of penis or between the labia and clitorisEpispadias
33.3%
Peripheral nervous system injuriesMacrosomia
27.8%
Herniation of meninges with spinal cord and nerve roots protrudingMyelomeningocele Cystica
27.8%
A small brain within a large craniumMicrocephaly
27.8%
Rectum ends in a blind pouch with a fistula between the rectum and the perineumImperforate Anus
27.8%
Absence of a cranial vaultAncephaly
22.2%
Herniation of meninges and spinal fluidMeningocele Cystica
22.2%
Bladder protrudes through abdominal wallBladder Exstrophy
22.2%
A defect of the umbilical ring and subsequent evisceration of abdominal contents into external peritoneum Omphacele
16.7%
Herniation of abdominal contents through the abdominal wall with no peritoneal sac involvementGastroschisis
16.7%
Herniation of abdominal contents into thoracic cavityCongenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
16.7%
Impaired gas exchange causes inadequate oxygen levels and increased carbon dioxide levelsNeonatal Asphyxia
11.1%

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