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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Book title
Contents
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
References and further reading
Cases 1–25
Answers: Cases 1–25
Cases 26–50
Answers: Cases 26–50
Cases 51–75
Answers: Cases 51–75
Cases 76–100
Answers: Cases 76–100
Cases 101–125
Answers: Cases 101–125
Index of cases
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GetThrough

MRCPCH Part 2: 125 Questions on
Clinical Photographs

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Case 63

A 36-hour-old baby boy failed to pass meconium but looks well. There
are no other abnormalities on general and systemic examination.

(a) What are the two abnormalities on this abdominal X-ray?

1. Free peritoneal gas
2. Situs inversus
3. Dilated large-bowel loops

4. Absent air in rectum
5. Abdominal mass
6. Enlarged liver

(b) What is the diagnosis?

1. Hirschsprung’s disease
2. Intestinal malrotation
3. Intestinal volvulus
4. Meconium plug

5. Anorectal atresia
6. Necrotizing enterocolitis
7. Duodenal atresia

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Case 64

A 6-month-old infant has a history of tachypnoea, recession and cough.
Earlier on, his mother was feeding him solid food. Two hours later he
was tired and crying and not interested in food. His father is a known
asthmatic as is his brother.

(a) What are the abnormalities on his chest X-ray?

1. Bilateral lower lobe consolidation
2. Bilateral pleural effusion
3. Left lower consolidation
4. Hyperinflated lungs
5. Cardiomegaly

(b) What is the diagnosis?

1. Bilateral bronchopneumonia
2. Aspiration pneumonia
3. Cystic fibrosis
4. Bronchiolitis
5. Heart failure
6. Mycoplasma pneumonia

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Index of cases

Acrodermatitis enteropathica 57, 74
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

(ADEM) 133, 148
Adrenogenital syndrome 90, 109
Aicardi’s syndrome 162, 186
Anal atresia with rectovaginal fistula

13, 33
Anal fissure 153, 182
Anorectal atresia 91, 110
Arteriovenous malformation 93, 110
Astrocytoma 168, 189

Bartter’s syndrome 136, 149
Beckwith–Wiedemann syndrome 95,

111
Bilateral intraventricular

haemorrhages 138, 150
Bite, insect 58, 74
Bites, human 165, 187
Bronchopulmonary aspergillosis 89,

109

Capillary cavernous haemangioma 8,
30

Carbohydrate-deficient glycoprotein
syndrome 174, 191

Caudothalamic cyst 100, 113
Cellulitis 140, 150
CHARGE syndrome 96, 111
Chest asymmetry 102, 114
Choanal atresia 115, 141
Choroid plexus papilloma 116, 141
Coeliac disease 85, 107; 159, 184
Congenital hypothyroidism 88, 108
Craniopharyngioma 157, 183
Crohn’s disease 41, 67
Cystic fibrosis 59, 75
Cystic hygroma 121, 143
Cystic lesion following pneumonia

151, 181

Dermatitis, perianal 60, 75
Dilated cardiomyopathy 99, 113
Dimple 123, 144

Ectopic ovary 61, 75
Eczema herpeticum 79, 105
Edwards’ syndrome (trisomy 18) 124,

145
Encephalocoele 130, 147
Erb’s palsy 52, 72
Erythema multiforme 125, 145

Erythema nodosum, with pulmonary
TB 53, 72

Extradural collection 167, 188

Facial nerve palsy 126, 145
Failure to thrive 152, 181
Foreign-body inhalation 55, 73

Glaucoma, congenital (buphthalamus)
129, 147

Goldenhar’s syndrome 62, 76

Haemorrhage, intraventricular 97,
112

Harlequin baby syndrome 131, 147
Harrison’s sulcus 132, 148
Hernia, congenital diaphragmatic 81,

106
Hernia, diaphragmatic 122, 144
Hernia, inguinal 137, 149
Herpes ophthalmicus 1, 27
Hirschsprung’s disease 24, 39
Hurler’s syndrome 80, 105
Hydrocephalus, non-communicating

134, 148
Hypospadias 135, 149

Intracranial injury (shaken baby
syndrome) 156, 183

Juvenile chronic arthritis 160, 185

Kawasaki’s disease 51, 71

Letterer–Siwe disease 64, 77
Lissencephaly 166, 188
Lobar emphysema, congenital 118,

142
Lymphoma, lymphoblastic 120, 143
Lymphoma, mediastinal 178, 192

Meningococcal septicaemia 49, 70
Microcephaly 48, 70
Morbilliform rash 44, 68
Moya moya disease 161, 185

Nasal polyp 45, 69
Necrotizing enterocolitis 24, 39
Neuroblastoma 43, 68
Neurofibromatosis, complications 98,

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Non-accidental injury 56, 74; 102,
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Non-accidental injury, possible 87,
108

Noonan’s syndrome 42, 67

Orbital cellulitis 154, 182
Osteogenesis imperfecta 26, 39
Osteopetrosis 4, 28
Otitis media 164, 187

Palmar–plantar hyperkeratosis 54, 73
Pericardial tamponade 22, 38
Periorbital cellulitis 19, 36
Perthes’ disease 20, 37
Pierre Robin syndrome 18, 36
Pneumocystis pneumonia 17, 36
Pneumonia, aspiration 92, 110
Pneumothorax and necrotizing

enterocolitis 15, 34
Portal hypertension secondary to

cirrhosis 21, 37
Post bacterial meningitis subdural

effusion 119, 143
Post BCG vaccination 94, 111
Prader–Willi syndrome 16, 35
Precocious puberty 14, 33
Primary ciliary dyskinesia 23, 38
Primitive neuroectodermal tumour

176, 191
Pyloric stenosis 86, 108

Renal cystic diseases 117, 142
Rickets 11, 32
Right middle cerebral infarct 47, 69

Saethre–Chotzen craniosynostosis
169, 189

Scabies 10, 31
Scimitar syndrome 9, 31
Skull fractures 163, 186
Smith–Lemli–Opitz syndrome101,113
Staphylococcal pneumatocoeles 82,

106
Sternomastoid tumour 83, 107

Tension pneumothorax, management
of 158, 184

Teratomas, mediastinal 50, 71
Tetralogy of Fallot 127, 146
Tracheo-oesophageal fistula 172, 190
Transposition of the great vessels 170,

190
Tuberculosis of the skin 6, 29
Tuberculosis, miliarypulmonary46,69
Tuberculosis, primary pulmonary and

toxic epidermal necrolysis 7, 30
Tuberous sclerosis 5, 29; 180, 193

Umbilical granuloma 63, 76
Ureterocoele and left hydronephrosis

3, 28
Urethral prolapse 84, 107

Vascular ring 2, 27
Vein of Galen malformation 128, 146
Vesico-ureteric reflux 12, 32
Vesico-ureteric reflux, bilateral 155,

182

Warts, perianal 66, 77

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