Donna M. Santer, M.D., Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.
Peer Review Status: Externally Peer Reviewed by Lauren D Holinger, MD, Robert J. Winter, MD and the AMA
1. You decide to proceed with a more thorough physical examination of this child. You gently insert a tongue blade into his mouth and see the following . What is the possible complication of this? (ANSWER)
2. After you have completed your physical examination, you should now: (ANSWER)
3. The child is now in the OR. There has been a discussion between the various members of the management team of the best way to now proceed. The decision is to obtain firstan x-ray. Choose the x-ray with the characteristic findings of this disease process. (ANSWER)
X-Ray A X-Ray B X-Ray C
4. The patient now undergoes bronchoscopy. Choose the characteristic bronchoscopy findings of this disease process. (ANSWER)
Video A Video B Video C
5. What are the best evaluation and treatment procedures that should be carried out now? (ANSWER)
6. What is the best long-term management of this patient? (ANSWER)
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