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2011 Series -  January 25, 2011 Lecture 49 of 52  NEXT»

question

You are contacted by a mother who said that she noted a glow or "glint" in one eye of her 18-month-old child seen in a group picture including several family members.

1. Your response to the mother should be:

a. purchase a camera with a sequential flash to eliminate “red eye”
b. tell her pediatrician at the child’s next routine examination
c. reassure the mother that this is not a cause for concern
d. tell her to remind you of this when you see the child for a pre-school examination at age 5 years
e. none of the above

2. The condition you are most likely to think of is usually diagnosed by what age:

a. before 6 months
b. by 12 months
c. between 1 and 3 years
d. after 3 years
e. none of the above

3. What is the most likely result if a child like this lives in an underdeveloped society where care is not available?
a. amblyopia
b. loss of one eye
c. death
d. poor stereopsis
e.

(a) and (d)

For answers to the above, click here on or after February 1, 2011.

 

 


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