A&P2Mod1 Case StudyBSC 2347 Module 01 Case StudyBSC2347 AP 2 Module 1 Case Study 2019• Question 11 out of 1 points Jasper is a 7-year-old boy who has had flu-like symptoms for several weeks. It was mild at first, but his parents notice that he has been getting worse. They took him to his pediatrician last week, but he was sent home with suggestions to use OTC medication to treat his symptoms while his body recovered from what appeared to be a mild infection. Jasper appears weak, has lost 3-4 pounds in the last month, and has been complaining of headaches. Jasper’s parents have now brought him back to the clinic and another physician orders a CBC. What is a CBC? In your own words, briefly describe why it is useful. • Question 21 out of 1 points The physician suspects that Jasper may have leukemia. Which of the lab results most likely lead the physician to this conclusion?
• Question 31 out of 1 points Jasper exhibits many symptoms that could relate to a diagnosis of leukemia. List and briefly explain 2 other symptoms of leukemia that are NOT mentioned in this case study. • Question 41 out of 1 points Because of Jasper’s age, which type of leukemia is the most likely?
• Question 51 out of 1 points If Jasper has ALL, which of the following lab results is most likely? • Question 61 out of 1 points What is the most common type of childhood leukemia? In your own words, briefly describe the pathophysiology of the disease. • Question 71 out of 1 points Which of these tests would NOT be helpful in diagnosing leukemia? • Question 81 out of 1 points In your own words, briefly describe the difference between myelogenous and lymphocytic leukemia.
• Question 91 out of 1 points Which of the following is NOT a treatment option for ALL?
• Question 101 out of 1 points Assuming that Jasper has the most common type of childhood leukemia, what is his prognosis?
• Question 111 out of 1 points Elsa is an 11-month-old girl. Her parents have brought her to her pediatrician because they have noticed she seems lethargic and pale. Both parents have noticed that she appears bloated, doesn’t want to eat as much as she has before, and is tired and “cranky all the time.” They suspected she might be suffering from anemia, since she was being fed a low-iron formula, so they had switched to a high-iron formula. The change made no difference in her symptoms. The pediatrician notes that Elsa’s belly appears swollen. Her vital signs show that her temperature is normal and her heart rate is on the low end of the normal range for her age. She has dropped from the 50th percentile in height and weight (at her last check-up) to the 10th percentile in both height and weight. Blood test results: Hemoglobin: 5 g/dlRBC: 4.6×106 cells/mlMCV: 65WBC 15,000 cells/mlPlatelet count: 250,000 Which of Elsa’s symptoms is NOT typical of anemia in infants?
• Question 121 out of 1 points In your own words, briefly describe why Elsa’s parents changed her formula to the high-iron baby formula.
• Question 131 out of 1 points Which of her blood test results is within normal range?
• Question 141 out of 1 points Elsa’s blood sampled was analyzed under a microscope and it was determined that her red blood cells were “hypochromatic” and “microcytic.” Explain, in your own words, what these terms mean.
• Question 151 out of 1 points Elsa’s pediatrician suspects that she has thalassemia. Which of the following statements is true of thalassemia?
• Question 161 out of 1 points In your own words, explain why hemoglobin is important in hematology. • Question 171 out of 1 points It is determined that Elsa is experiencing beta-thalassemia major. Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding this diagnosis?
• Question 181 out of 1 points Because Elsa has received a confirmed diagnosis of beta-thalassemia major, which of the following statements is true about her parents?
• Question 191 out of 1 points As Elsa gets older, which of the following choices is NOT a likely complication of her disorder?
• Question 201 out of 1 points In your own words, briefly describe how thalassemia is related to Elsa’s failure to thrive.
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