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  1. caused by candida albicans
    Vulvovaginal Candidis (VVC)
  2. Vulvoviginal Candidis is also known as
    Moniliasis a.k.a "yeast infection"
  3. The apperence of this discharge is thick, curdy, cottage cheese like
    Vulvovaginal Candidis aka Yeast infection aka Moniliasis
  4. I am Dx by KOH, slides of vaginal discharge shows hyphae and spores
    Vulvovaginal Candidis aka Yeast infection aka Moniliasis
  5. I am caused by Gardnella Vaginalis
    Bacterial Vaginosis BV (Gardnella Vaginalis) Vaginitis
  6. The apperence of this discharge is gray and milky
    Bacterial Vaginosis BV (Gardenella Vaginalis) Vaginitis
  7. I am Dx by slides of vaginal discharge that shows characteristic "clue" cells
    Bacterial Vaginosis BV (Gardenella Vaginalis) Vaginitis
  8. I am caused by Trichomonas Vaginalis
  9. The apperance of this discharge is greenish white and frothy
  10. The slides of Vaginal discharge shows motile flagelliate organisms
  11. Congenital anomaly that results with mechanical obstruction from inadequate motility of part of the intestine
    Hirschsprung Disease (Congenital Aganglionic Megacolon)
  12. inflammation of the appendix
  13. Result of obstruction of the lumen of appendix by hardened fecal material (fecalith) foreign bodies, microorganisms or parasite.  No obstruction, but may follow a bacterial, viral or postoperative fecal stasis
  14. remnant of fetal omphalomensenteric duct that connects yolk sac with primitive midgut during fetal life
    Meckel Diverticulum
  15. proximal segment of bowel telescopes into a distal segment pulling the mesentery with it
  16. When pressure in bowel equals the arterial pressure--- ischemia results. Venous engorgement also leads to leaking of blood and mucus into the intestinal lumen forming the classic CURRANT-JELLY stools.
  17. Malrotation is caused by abnormal rotation of intestines around the superior mesenteric artery during embryologic development
    • Malrotation,Volvulus
    • Short Bowel syndrome (SBS)
  18. protrusion of abdominal contents through an abnormal opening or a weakened area in the wall of the cavity in which it is normally contained
  19. Results when failure of transverse septum and pleuroperitoneal fails to develop and form diaphragm
    Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia(CDH)
  20. most common helminthic infection in the USA
  21. what is the function of the kidneys
    • Activation of vitamin D
    • Production of erythropoietin
    • Secretion of renin
    • Metabolism of CHO
    • Maintenance of body fluids
    • Reabsorption
    • Secretion
    • Excretion
  22. Why is vitamin D so important for children
    Vitamin D is very important for children because it can lead to growth failure
  23. when germs get into this system it can cause a
  24. the most leading cause of a UTI is
    urinary stasis
  25. E.coli causes 80% of these cases
  26. what is enuresis
    bed-wetting: involuntary discharge of urine, especially while asleep
  27. Involuntary voiding by a child that bladder control is expected/ or achieved
  28. Abnormal backflow of urine from the bladder into ureters during voiding
    Vesicoureteral Reflux
  29. Urethral meatus can be located anywhere along the ventral or undersurface of the penile shaft
  30. Meatal opening is located on the dorsal surface of the penis
  31. Occurs when one or both testes fail to descend though the inguinal canal into the scrotum
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2013-10-17 16:20:10

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