AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS Pediatrics Assessment (127 Questions) Question: A child sustained a "full-thickness" burn injury. This type injury involves tissue destruction down to the: Question: A ... child was involved in a vehicular accident and sustained burns on the lower extremities. Examination reveals a dry, waxy, whitish appearance of both lower legs and some visualization of the tibialis anterior. This type of burn would be classified as a: Question: The earliest recognizable clinical manifestation(s) of cystic fibrosis in an infant is: Question: An infant presents with a rash in the diaper area. Which description likely indicates candidal diaper rash? Question: Examination of a child who experienced a burn from a curling iron on the forearm appears red without blistering but is painful to touch. This type of burn would be classified as a: Question: A small child sustained burns to the posterior trunk and posterior surface of both arms. According to the "Rule of Nines" for small children, what percentage of the total body surface area was involved? Question: If a newborn is suspected of having congenital hypothyroidism, which clinical manifestation would be evident? Question: A child has a maculopapular, blotchy rash and on examination of his mouth, red eruptions with white centers on the buccal mucosa are visualized. These eruptions are called: Question: When suspecting pediculosis capitis, the chief complaint is: Question: A reddish blue, irregularly shaped, solid and spongy mass of blood vessels that may be present at birth and enlarge during the first 10 to 15 months is characteristic of a: Question: The infant with the lowest risk of developing elevated levels of bilirubin is the one who: Question: A seven- year -old is suspected of having conduct disorder. Which one of the following topics should the nurse practitioner include in the assessment history? Question: With Duchenne muscular dystrophy: . Question: Which of the following would help a 9-year-old develop a sense of industry? Question: When assessing a 3-year-old African American child, the most likely cause of black, dusky mucous membranes is related to: Question: The first sign of puberty in a male is: Question: After attempting to elicit the Moro reflex in a newborn, the nurse practitioner identifies absence of movement of the left arm. The next assessment would be to: Question: A 6-month-old presents today for a well child visit. He is sitting in his mother's lap. Assessment should begin with: Question: In which of the following situations would a one-year-old child be at risk for lead poisoning? Question: During the newborn’s physical assessment of the mouth, the soft and hard palates are palpated to detect: Question: An eight-year-old complains of itching in the right ear and an increase in pain when the pinna is pulled or the tragus is palpated. Examination reveals slight redness in the ear canal with a clear odorless fluid. This could be suggestive of: Question: An otherwise healthy two-year-old presents with a heart rate that varies with inspiration and expiration. Which statement is true? Question: The nurse practitioner differentiates physiologic jaundice from pathologic jaundice by assessment of the: Question: A six-year-old child presents with sore throat, difficulty swallowing, and a temperature of 102 °F. Findings reveal lymphadenopathy and pharyngeal erythema. This is probably: Question: When a child presents with a history of a head injury sustained within the past four hours, a subdural hematoma should be expected because: . Question: Symptoms of acrocyanosis in the newborn include: Question: A 9 year old girl had a history of tuberculosis when she was 6 years old. She presents with recent weight loss and anorexia. Along with her presenting symptoms, which one of the following assessment findings would be most indicative of Addison's disease? Question: A child received a burn to the chest from a cup of hot coffee. On examination, the injured area appears moist and red to ivory white in color, blisters are noted, and painful to touch. This burn would be classified as a: Question: When assessing a normal 5-year-old, the last site to assess would be the: Question: Which developmental area is predominantly affected by lead poisoning? Question: A teenage complains of itching and burning of his eye. Examination reveals an erythematous eyelid margin with crusting and a clear mucus discharge. These findings are consistent with: Question: Which one of the following would be an abnormal finding in a 6-month-old? Question: Symptoms indicative of Shaken Baby Syndrome are related to: Question: When assessing a 3-month-old for developmental dysplasia of the hips (DDH), which one of the following symptoms would be suspicious of dysplasia? Question: Symptoms of a child suspected of having a diagnosis of mixed failure to thrive (FTT) are usually seen in children: Question: At what age would a baby first be expected to locate an object hidden from view? Question: A 4-year-old child presents with bilateral watery discharge from the eyes. Examination reveals subconjunctival hemorrhage, and eyelid ecchymosis. These findings are consistent with: Question: Children with Legg-Calve Perthes disease should: .............................................................................continued.................................................................................................................. [Show More]
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