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Fetal alcohol syndrome: Quiz


Question 1: [15] Other structural impairments must be observed through ________ techniques by a trained physician.
NeuroimagingFunctional magnetic resonance imagingMedical imagingRadiology

Question 2: In the context of FAS, neurological impairments are caused by prenatal alcohol exposure which causes general neurological damage to the ________ (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS).
White matterGrey matterNeuronCentral nervous system

Question 3: Soft signs are broader, nonspecific neurological impairments, or symptoms, such as impaired fine motor skills, neurosensory ________, poor gait, clumsiness, poor eye-hand coordination.
TinnitusHearing impairmentSensorineural hearing lossPresbycusis

Question 4:

Question 5: As of 2002, there were 25 reports of ________ on infants known to have FAS.
DeathPathologyForensic pathologyAutopsy

Question 6: The neurobehavioral approach focuses on the ________ underpinnings from which behaviors and cognitive processes arise.

Question 7: Prenatal alcohol exposure risk may be assessed by a qualified physician or ________.
PsychotherapyClinical psychologyPsychologistPsychology

Question 8: [29] In Gaelic ________, the mother and nurse were not allowed to consume ale during pregnancy and breastfeeding (Martin Martin).
WalesScotlandEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 9: The advocacy model is often recommended, for example, when developing an ________ (IEP) for the patient's progress at school.
Free Appropriate Public EducationIndividuals with Disabilities Education ActIndividualized Education ProgramLeast Restrictive Environment

Question 10: ________
Alcoholic liver diseaseRecommended maximum intake of alcoholic beveragesAlcohol and cancerAlcoholic hepatitis

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