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By Mary Anne Jackson, Sara Viessman

Greater than 1,000 board-style questions construct self belief, wisdom, and test-taking talents for the USMLE Step 2 CK and the pediatrics shelf examination "I particularly just like the structure of the questions. i think they're particularly a correct illustration of the questions that seem at the forums" -- Joshua Lynch, DO Lake Erie university of Osteopathic medication, category of 2008 "I notion the questions have been good worded. The conciseness [of the reply motives] is without doubt one of the merits of this book." -- Lisa A. Nowell, MD, Pediatric Resident, PGY-2, Morgan Stanley Children’s health center of latest York Presbyterian, Columbia college there is no larger solution to organize for the USMLE Step 2 CK and the pediatrics clerkship examination than LANGE: Q&A: Pediatrics. This board-format assessment deals striking assurance of high-yield issues in pediatrics and offers specified factors of either right and wrong solution offerings. every little thing you want to excel at the examination: Questions are awarded in board-style to arrange you for what you will see at the real examination solutions contain precise dialogue and references to key textbooks and American Academy of Pediatrics guidance scholar reviewed for the main correct content material attainable a whole perform try out prepares you for the true factor worthwhile test-taking assistance provide the part on examination day

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Behrman, 1242–1243) 9. (E) Cystic fibrosis is the most common cause of pancreatic insufficiency in childhood, accounting for almost all cases. Biliary atresia is not associated with pancreatic insufficiency. Congenital hypoplasia or absence of the pancreas is recognized but rare. Schwachman syndrome is a rare condition of unknown cause characterized by pancreatic insufficiency and neutropenia. Acute pancreatitis usually does not lead to pancreatic insufficiency. (Behrman, 1299–1300) 10. (C) Brain abscess is an infrequent but not rare disorder of childhood.

You evaluate an 8-year-old girl with hyperactivity and inattentiveness. Which of the following manifestations is required to make a diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) occurrence before the age of 10 years concurrent learning disability impulsivity history of birth trauma a sibling with the diagnosis of ADHD Questions: 78–99 86. You counsel the new parents of a baby boy with hypospadias about circumcision. Which information will you most likely share with the parents?

A) (B) (C) (D) (E) hepatobiliary scintigraphy upper gastrointestinal endoscopy urine catecholamine levels serum alpha-fetoprotein level voiding cystourethrogram 37. A 9-year-old African-American child presents with anemia and stroke. What is the most likely finding with hemoglobin electrophoresis? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) HbS 45% HbA 65% HbA2 15% HbF 15% HbC 45% Questions: 30–45 38. A 2-year-old boy from Sudan has failure to thrive, chronic diarrhea, and severe candidiasis. You suspect HIV infection.

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