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MC cause of bronchiolitis in children?
RSV
3 MC causes of acute otitis media?
sreptococcus pneumonia
moraxhella cataralis
h.flu
what are the 3 MC causes of sinusitis?
strep. pneumonia
m. cat
h.flu
MC cause of purpura fulminans?
meningococcus meningitis
MC cause of bacterial pneumonia?
strep pneumonia
at what age will an infant be expected to double their birthweight?
4-5 months
at what age will an infant be expected to triple their birthweight?
1 year
of the 5 senses which is the least developed at birth?
vision
what is the MC cause of wheezing in infants and young children?
bronchiolitis
what is one of the MC etiologic viral agents in 90% of pharyngitis cases?
adenovirus
forschheimer's spots on the soft palate indicate which viral infection?
rubella
which virus has the ability to remain latent in sensory ganglia and may reappear at times of physical stress as a rash following a dermatome pattern?
varicella
this illness is due to an infection with human parvovirus B-19?
erythema infectiosum
5th's disease
this diagnosis whould be suspected in a school-aged child with a prolonged illness that includes fever, lymphadenopathy and fatigue?
EBV
infection during the first 4 months of pregnancy may lead to a congenital syndrome that may include growth retardation and cardia, ocular and auditory abnormalities?
rubella
complications of this infection can include neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, pneumonia, and in rare cases, splenic rupture?
EBV
this rash is classically described as a dew drop on a rose petal
varicella
koplik's spots are a pathognomonic manifestation of this disease?
rubeola
what is the MC cause of wheezing in infants and young children?
bronchiolitis
what is one of the MC etiologic viral agents in 90% of pharyngitis cases?
adenovirus
forschheimer's spots on the soft palate indicate which viral infection?
rubella
which virus has the ability to remain latent in sensory ganglia and may reappear at times of physical stress as a rash following a dermatome pattern?
varicella
this illness is due to an infection with human parvovirus B-19?
erythema infectiosum
5th's disease
this diagnosis whould be suspected in a school-aged child with a prolonged illness that includes fever, lymphadenopathy and fatigue?
EBV
infection during the first 4 months of pregnancy may lead to a congenital syndrome that may include growth retardation and cardia, ocular and auditory abnormalities?
rubella
complications of this infection can include neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, pneumonia, and in rare cases, splenic rupture?
EBV
this rash is classically described as a dew drop on a rose petal
varicella
koplik's spots are a pathognomonic manifestation of this disease?
rubeola