NURS6501 Advanced Pathophysiology Week 11 Knowledge Check Pediatrics In this exercise, you will complete a 10-20 question Knowledge Check to gauge your understanding of this module’s content. Possible topics covered in this Knowledge Check include: Growth and development Normal growth patterns Scoliosis (ortho)Kawasaki Alterations in children Congenital (heart syndrome)PD As Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)Asthma Lead poisoning and effects on neurological functioning Sickle cell Hemophilia Question 1What is the function of Protein S?Question 2 Von Willebrand disease is a genetic condition that causes: (thrombotic, hemorrhagic) condition. Question 3During the first five years of life, the respiratory system continues to develop and the number of what structure increases? Question 4Children with Down’s Syndrome has an increased risk of developing which type of cancer?Question 5Infants that have seizures typically have what types of symptoms due to the normal development of the nervous system?Question 6A child with MYCN oncogene is at risk for developing which type of cancer?Question 7Pruritic linear lesions that itch more at night that may have more vesicles and papules describes which of the following conditions? Question 8Marasmus is a severe deficiency of what? Question 9A ventricular septal defect will cause what type of  blood shunting?Question 10Which of the following about Roseaola is FALSE? Question 11Which of the following characteristics of Impetigo is FALSE?Question 12Cerebral palsy involves what type of defects? Question 13Children who have atopic dermatitis often have elevated levels of ______________________.Question 14Which of the following is true of people that have sickle cell anemia?Question 15An infant with a congenital defect involving a hole in the septum between the two lower chambers of the heart has a _______________________.Question 16A coarctation of the aorta will cause what type of  blood shunting? Question 17What are the two most common malignant bone tumors of childhood? Question 18What is the function of G6P4?Question 19A tetralogy of flow will cause what type of  blood shunting? Question 20Red, round, and scaling patches with a clear center that occur mostly on the face, trunk, and limbs in an asymmetrical distribution describes which of the following conditions?  Purchase this Tutorial.