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2020 clinical assistant physician pediatric disease simulation test (rheumatic immune disease)

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    【Abstract】 Pediatric diseases is one of the key subjects of the clinical assistant physician examination in 2020. In order to help candidates better review and consolidation, the global editor compiled the “2020 clinical assistant physician pediatric disease simulation test (rheumasis)” . Candidates are also asked to carefully review the preparations for the exam, to better grasp the knowledge points and deepen their memory through simulation exercises!

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    1. When does the thymus begin to shrink and when does its X-ray shadow disappear?

    A. School age begins to shrink and X-rays disappear in infancy

    B. Atrophy begins at 11 to 14 years old, and X-ray shadow disappears at 3 to 4 years old

    C. Atrophy begins at 18 to 20 years of age, and X-ray shadows disappear at 5 to 6 years of age

    D. Adolescence begins to shrink, X-ray shadow disappears when 4 to 6 years old

    E. Adolescence begins to shrink, and X-ray shadows disappear when 3 to 4 years old

    2.The only immunoglobulin that can enter the fetus through the placenta is

    A, IgA

    B, IgG

    C, IgM

    D, IgD

    E, IgE

    3.The following prognosis for Kawasaki disease is wrong

    A. It is a self-limiting disease, and most of them have a good prognosis.

    B, a few children can see recurrence

    C. In children who have not been effectively treated, coronary artery damage can reach 50% to 60%.

    D. Case fatality rate is about 0.5%

    E. Death due to myocardial infarction or rupture of coronary aneurysm due to cardiogenic shock or even sudden death

    4. What kind of medicine should be given within 10 days of the onset of Kawasaki disease to quickly reduce fever and prevent coronary artery disease?

    A. Aspirin

    B, glucocorticoids

    C, antibiotics

    D. Injection of gamma globulin

    E, Heparin

    5. Regarding Kawasaki disease, it is an acute febrile eruptive disease with systemic middle and small arterial inflammatory lesions as the main pathological change, so coronary artery damage mostly occurs in the first few weeks of the course of disease.

    A. Weeks 1 to 2

    B. Weeks 1 to 3

    C. Weeks 2 to 4

    D. Weeks 2 to 6

    E. Weeks 3 to 6

    6. Outpatients were admitted to the emergency department for 8 months, and they had persistent thrush since birth. They were diagnosed with fungal pneumonia and died of rescue failure. An autopsy revealed thymic hypoplasia. The main cause of persistent infection in this child is

    A. Defective complement system

    B. Cellular immunodeficiency

    C. Humoral immune deficiency

    D. Deficiency of phagocytes

    E. Secondary immunodeficiency

    7. The child is 1 year old with intermittent high fever for one week, conjunctival congestion, bleeding from lips and palate with bleeding, strawberry tongue, perianal skin redness, blood routine suggesting increased white blood cells and neutrophils, increased blood sedimentation, diagnosed as Kawasaki disease, below Which manifestation is unlikely to appear in the child's symptoms

    A, cholecystitis

    B. Aseptic meningitis

    C, cervical lymphadenopathy

    D, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea

    E. Liver

    Boys at 8 or 7 months, after diagnosis of Kawasaki disease, were discharged after treatment, and there was no obvious cause of sudden death at home after 2 months.

    A. Coronary aneurysm rupture

    B, pericarditis

    C, cerebral embolism

    D. Myocarditis

    E. Intracranial hemorrhage

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