NURS 6541D Week 5 Quiz – Primary Care Adolescent & Child (10 out of 10 points)
- A new mother is concerned about a strawberry hemangioma that her infant daughter has on the back of her neck. What is the treatment of choice for the majority of infants with hemangiomas?
- You diagnose a 14-year-old with tinea capitis. Which of the following treatments do you recommend?
- You see a 6-year-old who obtained a cut on his foot while walking barefoot. You diagnose cellulitis. He is up to date on his DTaP vaccine. There is a low-grade temperature and appears nontoxic. There is considerable pain when you palpate the foot. Which of the following treatments is best?
- You see a 10-year-old with warts on the hand. This is best treated with:
- You receive a phone call from a mother of a 3-year-old who was diagnosed yesterday with molluscum contagiosum at a well-child visit. The mother was not at the visit and has questions about what type of treatment the child will need. Your best response is:
- You see a post-term infant in the well-child nursery 36 hours after birth. The baby has a number of skin lesions including red wheals, vesicles, and pustules on his trunk. The lesions form a linear pattern. The child is otherwise asymptomatic. Which of the following do you suspect?
- A 7-year-old presents to your office with several linear, curved lines approximately 4 millimeters in length that end in a papule. The lines are near the umbilicus and waist area. He complains about severe itching that is worse at night. You suspect:
- Which of the following treatments is indicated for tinea versicolor?
- Michael is a 10-month-old with erythematous papular dermatitis on the face, scalp, and neck. His mother says he is constantly rubbing the skin. There is a strong family history of asthma and allergies. The most likely diagnosis is:
- You diagnose a 2-month-old with atopic dermatitis. She has an erythematous pruritic rash on her cheeks and scalp with ovoid patches on her trunk. What is the most important intervention at this time?