(MCQS 292-294):transient synovitis of the hips is most likely to present at

Question:292
Correct Answer: E
Explanation:
Fibroma (Fibrous Hyperplasia) is the second most common oral exophytic lesion and the most common benign soft tissue neoplasm in the oral cavity. It may occur at any age, but is most frequently seen in the third to fifth decades. There is no gender or racial predilection. The lesion appears as a small nodule, often no larger than a centimeter in diameter, with normal overlying mucosa, is sessile or slightly pedunculated with a smooth contour, and is firm to palpation . It may be seen on the buccal and labial mucosa, tongue, palate, gingiva, and edentulous ridges

Question:293
 
Correct Answer: D
Explanation:
average age of patients with irritable hips with transient synovitis is 3 years, Children with irritable hips have an average duration of symptoms of 6 days

Question:294
Correct Answer: D
Explanation:
The peak age of Wilm's is between 2.5 - 3 years When a malignant neoplasm is suspected, the immediate goal is to determine its nature and extent. A tentative diagnosis can often be inferred from the patient's presenting symptoms, age, and tumor location. An abdominal mass is much more likely to be a neuroblastoma or Wilms' tumor in a young child than in a child older than 10 yr.


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