Pediatrics Board Review Sample Question 1
Healthy, full-term infants are usually first screened for iron deficiency anemia at what age?
- AAt birth
- B4 months
- C8 months
- D12 months
- E16 months
Pediatrics Board Review Sample Question 2
A 16-year-old girl was noted to be hypotonic at birth. As she became older, various abnormalities were noticed, including developmental delay, a wide mouth, and small feet. She is obese and constantly eats when left to do so, to the point that locks have been placed on the refrigerator at home to control her eating. She has not had menarche yet. What is the most likely diagnosis in this patient?
- AFragile X syndrome
- BPrader-Willi syndrome
- CAngelman syndrome
- DCri-du-chat syndrome
- ERett syndrome
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