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Most common cause of seizures in the first 24 hours of life?
What is a normal anion gap?
In patient with oligoarticular JIA, what lab finding indicates need to monitor patient closely for uveitis?
Triad of prune-belly syndrome?
bilateral hydroureteral nephrosis, undescended testicles, and diminished/absent anterior abd wall musculature
Which mineral deficiency? Slow growth, compromised immunity with frequent infections, and anorexia due to loss of taste sensation
Which mineral deficiency? neutropenia, hypochromic anemia unresponsive to iron, bone abnormalities, and hair and skin depigmentation
What type of diarrhea is toddler's diarrhea?
Test for carbohydrate malabsorption?
Test for pancreatic insufficiency?
Test for celiac disease?
TTG IgA, may be false negative if low total serum IgA
What are the following tests for?
- -elastase: pancreatic insufficiency
- -TTG-IgA: celiac disease
- -reducing sub: carb malabsorption
- -stool leuks: inflammation
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